Office Space met Battle Royale in this year’s The Belko Experiment (read our review), a collaboration between powerhouse duo James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy) and director Greg McLean (Wolf Creek). The film came and went at my local theater so fast that I never actually got the chance to see it, so I’m excited to learn that it’s already headed home real soon.
The Belko Experiment arrives on digital HD June 13th and DVD/Blu-ray June 27th.
- Rules of the Game: The Secrets Behind The Belko Experiment
- Lee Hardcastle’s Survival Tips
- Deleted Scenes
In The Belko Experiment…
On what appears to be a normal day at Belko Industries, Belko employees are horrified when they find out that they’ve become guinea pigs in a company-wide experiment which will lead them to either kill their fellow employees or be murdered themselves. The experiment is masterminded by a mysterious voice which is controlling the loud speaker and instructing the employees to slaughter each other by any means necessary.
The film’s cast includes Tony Goldwyn, Adria Arjona (“True Detective”), John Gallagher Jr. (10 Cloverfield Lane), John C. McGinley (“Scrubs”), Sean Gunn (Super), David Dalmastian, Michael Rooker (Henry, Slither, “The Walking Dead”), Steven Blakeheart, Owain Yeoman, Rusty Schwimmer, Melonie Diaz, Josh Brener, David Del Rio, Abraham Benrubi, Gail Bean, Joe Fria, Ben Davis, James Earl, Brent Sexton, Mikaela Hoover, Valentine Miele.
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