The summer of 1974. Four young friends; Camilla, her boyfriend Roger, Mia and her brother Jørgen have planned a relaxing weekend out in the woods. But now they’re in the middle of nowhere, and during the long ride, the four are beginning to rub each other the wrong way. Stopping at a remote truck stop, the four of them get into an altercation with some locals. As they leave the truck stop, they pick up a hitchhiker who, after only a short ride, demands that they stop the car. She is terrified. Someone is out there. Someone who is out to get them. All of a sudden they’re ambushed and left unconscious. When they wake up, they are deep into the woods. There is no one around, only dark trees. Then the sound of a hunting horn. Someone is out hunting. And they are the prey… Previous disagreements are pushed aside by more immediate concerns. Their new status as prey forces them to make numerous moral choices, essentially how to save one’s own skin. It’s now all about survival, whatever the cost…
An official Facebook has launched for Vincent Cleghorne’s Haters, an apocalyptic horror film that begins when “Hell is hatched.” We’ve landed the Cannes sales art above.
“Trapped in her Paris apartment in a world ravaged by demons, Elise – a survivor awaiting word from her husband and infant son – is about to learn the true meaning of Hell on Earth.”
Here’s the long synopsis: “When a CNN India news crew are reported missing whilst covering a story in the state of Arunachal Pradesh, the circumstances of their disappearance are quickly dismissed as nonsensical, and are only given credence when similar reports begin to flood in from all over the globe; reports stating that Hell itself has hatched.
The world is under attack from a plague of Demons; Demons so vast in number they decimate whole cities within hours of first contact, Demons of which there are no two alike.
As world authorities advise citizens to arm themselves with whatever weapons come to hand, we follow the story of 29 year-old French architect ELISE COLLIER, who has barricaded herself in the living room of her Paris apartment in the hope of surviving the invasion to be reunited with her America based husband and four year old son.
Inflicting a constant barrage of mental torment and physical assault, the Demons refrain from actually killing Elise. Their reasons for keeping her alive become clear as they scratch away at Elise’s perfect façade to reveal her life of secrets and concealed guilt, her Hell on Earth. “