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[BD Selects] Can She Escape The Ax Man In This Exclusive Clip From ‘Crawl’?

Now available on DVD and Digital release is the awesome new Australian suspense thriller Crawl, which is part of our Bloody Disgusting Selects film series (we’re always striving to bring you quality horror flicks). This movie is absolutely fantastic, and I guarantee you guys are going to dig it, especially if you like a good slow-burn!

Check out a new exclusive clip featuring the wrath of the ax man!

Set in an unknown rural town, a seedy bar-owner hires a mysterious hitman to settle a score. The gun-toting killer crosses paths with an innocent waitress sparking a cat and mouse struggle of survival. As tension builds, everyone is driven to desperate measures causing a chain of events that build to a blood-curdling climax.

Written and directed by Paul China, and produced by brother Ben China, Crawl has been invited to over 30 festivals thus far. The film has been compared to the works of the Coen Brothers (No Country for Old Men and Blood Simple), Hitchcock and Polanski. Crawl, the debut feature film of the two brothers, showcases the work of rising talented filmmakers, unafraid to leap beyond the normal and expected to give audiences a deep, emotional, and horrific escape. The film is about a murder-for-hire gone bad which lands an innocent waitress hostage in her own home and driven to desperate measures for survival.

The film brings together a talented cast spearheaded by rising-star Georgina Haig of Fox’s most popular science fiction drama (Fringe), George Shevtsov (Love Serenade, Dead Calm), Catherine Miller (Terra Nova) and Lynda Stoner (Prisoner). Other notable crewmembers include renowned cinematographer Brian Breheny (The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert, The Hard Word) who not only shot the picture, but also produced and John Scott, the acclaimed editor of Little Fish, Sexy Beast and The Quiet American.

Also Available On Demand and as a Digital Download/Rental: Amazon, Amazon Instant and iTunes

Check out the film’s official website.



  • eagleye25

    Simply, BLOOD SIMPLE.

  • Aaron Emery

    The film was fantastic and I would easily recommend it to most of the other readers here, great atmosphere and suspense!

    **Why the hell would you want to post a clip like this for your movie? It features not one but TWO spoilers near the end of the film. The one about Travis doesn’t exactly ruin the movie but it was a nice added bit when the revelation came, and showing (okay, not showing but implying and including the sound) the death of one of the few characters in the movie.

    Sorry to sound like an asshole, I’m not usually too fussy about spoilers but for a movie that works so well because you don’t know what’s coming, it’s kind of stupid to give away one of the few deaths in the movie. Again, REALLY GREAT MOVIE, it’s one of the best I’ve seen in a while and might be the best of the BDSelects brand thus far (I love CHOP too)

    • Aaron Emery

      As a matter of fact, all of the clips pieced together pretty much show the whole finale, save for a few bloody bits.
      If you can’t tell I’m in shock that these scenes were even considered for promo clips (especially ranging from 1:30-1:50 in length, like WTF?)

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