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Thursday, June 18, 2020

Epic Pictures Acquires ‘Sacrifice’, ‘Uncle Peckerhead’, and ‘La Casa’ Ahead of Cannes

Epic Pictures and its horror brand Dread have acquired global rights to a trio of genre movies ahead of next week’s Cannes virtual Marché, reports Deadline who shares details on all three.

Andy Collier and Toor Mian’s (Charismata) horror flick Sacrifice, co-starring Barbara Crampton, is set on a Norwegian island and follows a man and his pregnant wife who return to his birthplace to deal with an unexpected inheritance after the death of his mother.

The horror-comedy Uncle Peckerhead, written and directed by Matthew John Lawrence, chronicles punk rock band Duh on their first tour. When the group receives a hand from a drifter, they discover he is a cursed, man-eating hillbilly. The film premiered at Panic Fest in Kansas City earlier this year, where it was named among the ‘Best of the Fest’. The pic will be released in U.S. theaters on August 7, 2020, via Epic’s distribution arm.

Lastly comes La Casa, a Spanish-language horror from Chilean writer-director Jorge Olguín, which takes place in 1986 during Chile’s military dictatorship. When a police officer is summoned to investigate suspicious people inside a house, he finds himself trapped, trying to escape from violent paranormal events. It debuted at the 34th Mar del Plata International Film Festival.

Pictured: Uncle Peckerhead



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3620643/epic-pictures-acquires-sacrifice-uncle-peckerhead-la-casa-ahead-cannes/

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