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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

CRUSHES THE SKULL Available to Stream May 17th From Breaking Glass Pictures

I feel like we've heard this one before. CRUSH THE SKULL appears to be a moral Horror tale that will pit thieves vs. a serial in a game of torture and murder. Doesn't it sound just a little like People Under the Stairs? or maybe even more recently Intruders? Breaking Glass Pictures often puts out movies that have plenty of gratuity but not necessarily original ideas. That being said, when we get a juicy one from BGP, it can be a real low budget, independent treat. 

What catches my eye about this release is the poster. It has the look/set up of some of the Cannibal Holocaust prints I've seen as of late albeit with bright neon green. I'll give it a shot, and we'll be sure to let you know if it was worth the watch.

Check out the synopsis below and the trailer (and the poster above if your eyes can take it). 


From Breaking Glass Pictures:

Breaking Glass Pictures will release the horror comedy CRUSH THE SKULL in theaters, On Demand, and DVD this May. From the director of “iZombie,” Viet Nguyen, CRUSH THE SKULL follows a pair of thieves who become trapped in a serial killer’s house.

CRUSH THE SKULL will open in Los Angeles, Seattle, and Portland on May 13. The film premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival in 2015 where Indiewire raved the film is “a bone chillingly good time full of laughs and thrills.”

CRUSH THE SKULL stars Katie Savoy, Chris Dinh, Chris Riedell, Tim Chiou, Lauren Reeder, Walt Bost, Lincoln Hoppe, Jessica Bailey, Justin Ray, Nathan Moore, and Katrina Nelson.

Official Synopsis:
A group of thieves find themselves trapped in a house they intended to rob, only to discover they've inadvertently wandered into the lair of a deranged serial killer. Forced now to navigate his sadistic torture den, will they survive?

Starting May 17 CRUSH THE SKULL will be available on the following platforms: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Blockbuster, Google Play, Xbox, PlayStation, Vudu, and Cable On Demand.

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