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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Jay Baruchel’s ‘Random Acts of Violence’ Hits the Road This Summer [Poster]

Horror superfan Jay Baruchel produced, directed, and starred in Random Acts of Violence, which will release this summer after have its World Premiere at last year’s Fantastic Fest where Trace Thurman called it “a brutal and merciless slasher.”

The Cabin in the Woods’ Jesse Williams costars with Jordana Brewster, who you should remember from Platinum Dunes’ remake of  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

In the film, “Todd Walkley (Williams) and his publisher Ezra (Baruchel) made their careers crafting a comic book based on a real-life serial killer called Slasherman. On a press tour to announce the launch of their final issue, they visit the town where Slasherman wreaked havoc twenty years earlier. Upon their arrival, a series of new murders unfold… murders that look eerily familiar to imagery in Todd’s Slasherman comics. Speculation and paranoia build regarding the identity of the mysterious killer.”

The initial press release exclaims that the film “has no shortage of extreme, gruesome, graphic bloodshed. Whoever is committing these crimes is driven by tremendous anger. The brutality of these murders should not be taken lightly.”

The road trip horror movie is based on the graphic novel written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.

Check out the poster and a previously-released piece of footage in which Ezra and Todd debate whether it’s actually the final issue. Unfortunately, there’s no bloodshed in the clip.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3620331/jay-baruchels-random-acts-violence-hits-road-summer-poster/

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