On April 15, orange blossoms will be replaced by bloody roses when Anchor Bay Entertainment releases a story of shattered trust and broken vows: Death Do Us Part.
From writer/producers Julia Benson, Peter Benson and Ryan Copple, the film was nominated for three Leo Awards and directed by award-winner Nicholas Humphries, Death Do Us Part tells of two people on the threshold of beginning a new life together: a threshold that turns into a precipice of death!
Bloody Disgusting has the exclusive trailer premiere, and we’re actually really pumped about this title because it comes from the director of “The Little Mermaid”, an astounding short that won “Best Short Film” at the Screamfest Horror Film Festival!
“Kennedy Jamieson (Julia Benson, ‘Stargate Universe,’ ‘That Burning Feeling’) has waited her whole life for her perfect wedding. Engaged to the charming Ryan Harris (Peter Benson, ‘The Killing,’ ‘Arrow’), it looks like her dream is about to come true. Except for one thing – the young couple hasn’t had a chance to celebrate their respective bachelor/bachelorette parties. Ryan’s best man Chet (Kyle Cassie, ‘True Justice,’ ‘Lost Boys 2: The Tribe’) books a remote cabin in the woods to throw them a “Jack and Jill” party that they’ll never forget. It doesn’t take long before things take a horrifying turn as members of the group are brutally picked off one by one. Kennedy and Ryan had planned for the celebration of a lifetime – but how long will that lifetime last?”
So prepare for a deadly reception from where there is no escape; not until Death Do Us Part!
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