Here at HCF, we managed to get our hands on three very eye pleasing pieces of artwork from Matthew Gunnoe’s new horror, The Pit (thanks Matthew by the way!), and we also have some news on where the film will be debuting. I have also managed to see a few minutes of the film itself, and let me tell you, it delivers exactly what you’d expect.
The first clip showcased the three very fine looking acresses as they get out of their car in the woods to stretch their legs, have a piss (as you do) and finally go hunting for their deaf dog who has run off. This is the scene which will lead the three girls into a world of violence and danger and the second clip showcases some of the brutal but fun violence included in the film. I won’t say anything about what I saw for fear of spoiling the story, but I will say that yes it is very violent, bloody and gorey and at times so over the top you cannot help but love it, and secondly, the film really exploits the three ladies and their looks. In other words then, The Pit is a guranteed winner!
The film is set to make its debut at Outbreak Omega, where there will also be a signing with the cast. You can find out more details on that event OutbreakOmega.com
The Pit has been produced by MG Cinema, and you can find more information about them on their official website.
Finally, don’t forget to head over to The it’s official website for further updates.
Three friends – Stephanie, Chelsea and Megan – are looking to get away from it all. After a recent breakup they decide to take a vacation in Florida but skip the typical tourist venues. Instead they head off on their own, with their only male companion being Bandit, a deaf black lab.
En route to the beach, the girls travel a seemingly endless stretch of desolate road, and after a while they pull over to stretch their legs and water Bandit. This proves to be a fatal mistake as Bandit disappears into the foliage. Because he’s deaf, the girls must follow to retrieve him. But after hours of searching they only manage to become lost in the sweltering wetlands of Florida.
Exhaustion turns to horror as they are captured by a vicious gang of meth runners and discover drugs aren’t the only secrets they conceal in the vast swamp. Their deranged captors are working on a secret government project concerning a mysterious meteorite they simply call The Pit.
Now the girls must use every drop of adrenaline in a fight for survival and to avoid being test subjects for The Pit.
By Matt Wavish