UK Readers, Metrodome Acquired Tons Of New Horror Titles Including ‘Hatchet 3′ and ‘Last Days’

Big Bad Wolves

Metrodome has announced UK and Irish acquisition deals for a slew of hot new titles, says ScreenDaily.

Here’s a complete list…

The Last Days, a Spanish sci-fi horror project about a mysterious epidemic. (Sold by Wild Bunch.)

Hyena, Gerard Johnson’s thriller for Number 9 and Film 4. The cast includes Peter Ferdinando, Neil Maskell and Arta Dobroshi, in the story of a corrupt London police officer who collides with Albanian gangsters.

We Are The Best, written and directed by Lukas Moodysson, about three outsiders in 1980s Stockholm. Metrodome has frequently released Moodysson’s work in the past.

A Prize Idiot, Hans Petter Moland’s action-comedy set against a drug war between Norwegian mafia and Serbian gangsters. Stellan Skarsgård and Bruno Ganz lead the cast.

Big Bad Wolves, pictured above, a revenge thriller directed by Aharon Keshales & Navot Papushado, the duo behind the acclaimed Rabies. The film will close Film4 FrightFest.

The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears, directed by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani and starring Klaus Tange, Jean-Michel Vovk, Sylvia Camarda, Sam Louwyck. A husband searches for his missing wife and finds himself in a violent world.

Siberian Education, by Gabriele Salvatores and starring John Malkovich, Peter Stormare and Eleanor Tomlinson. Salvatore’s English-language debut has grossed more than €6m in Italy.

In addition to those eight, Metrodome picked up a number of horror films for home entertainment releases: Sin starring Ron Jeremy, Wax starring Geraldine Chaplin, Patrica Rea’s Nailbiter, Jason Richard Miller’s The Unidentified, and Hatchet 3, pictured below, starring Danielle Harris and Zach Calligan.