Arriving on DVD and Digital Download May 8 is Eric England’s backwoods slasher Madison County – which we’ve teased in this extensive exclusive set report. But before you can get your hands on a copy, an official boycott has emerged. And by boycott, I mean one YouTube user who hilariously declares that he’ll “stingle handily tarnish” England’s career. It’s unclear why the little guy is so angry, but it’s an absolutely hilarious video that was retweeted this weekend by a thick-skinned England. Watch the video below and then share your thoughts on Madison County next Tuesday.
“Madison County is about a group of college kids that travel to a remote, mountain town called Madison County to interview the author of a tell-all book on the accounts of the grisly murders that happened in the town over two decades ago. Upon their arrival, the author is no where to be found and the townspeople state that they’ve “not seen him in years.” They also deny that Damien Ewell, the notorious murderer, ever existed and that the murders never happened. As the kids start to dig around to get their own answers, they come to find that the stories, and Damien, maybe more real than the townspeople are letting on.”
Madison County stars Ace Marrero (who also co-produced), Colley Bailey, Matt Mercer, Joanna Sotomura, Natalie Scheetz, Katie Stegeman, and Adrienne Harrell, with Laid To Rest’s Nick “ChromeSkull” Principe as the savage killer Damien Ewell.
Here’s where it started:
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