This one doesn’t QUITE sound like a horror movie, but it DOES sound like a pretty great, bloody time. Scott Mann’s The Tournament, which concerns 30 assassins trying to kill each other for an ultimate prize (so it’s like Highlander meets… Mr and Mrs. Smith?) has been picked to kick off this year’s Screamfest on October 16th. Boasting a good cast (Ving Rhames, Robert Carlyle, Lost’s Ian Somerhalder, etc) and I assume at least 29 death scenes, I’ll be there whether its horror or not. And I’ll be there for the remaining 8 days of the festival as well, seeing as many of the films that I can. So come on down (tix available HERE) and buy me a coffee!
Scott Mann’s “THE TOURNAMENT” Opens Screamfest Horror Film Festival on October 16th!
Scott Mann’s, high octane, blood-bathed, British action thriller, THE TOURNAMENT, starring Ving Rhames, Robert Carlyle, Kelly Hu, Ian Sommerhalder, Liam Cunningham, Scott Adkins and Sebastien Foucan will open this year’s at Screamfest in the prestigious Grauman’s Theatre on October 16th.
THE TOURNAMENT was directed by Scott Mann, written by Gray Young , Jonathan Frank, Nick Rowntree, and produced by Keith Bell, Glenn M. Stewart, Gina Fegan.
The Tournament is an explosive, action-loaded thriller where the winner takes all. Every seven years, thirty of the world’s most deadly assassins face off against one another for an outrageous cash prize. There’s only one rule: kill or die. As dozens of wealthy gamblers watch via closed-circuit TV, a city is overrun by brutal assassins – all aiming to be the last one standing.
The trailer can be seen here http://www.screamfestla.com/films.php
The 9th annual festival will be held October 16th-25th at the Mann Chinese Theaters in Hollywood, California. For more information please call the Screamfest Horror Film Festival at 310-358-3273 or visit www.screamfestla.com to order tickets.
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