Jul 262012
 




IFC Midnight picked up Padraig Reynolds’ vicious horror, Rites of Spring, for distribution in the US back in December. The film is all geared up for a limited theatrical run and VOD release on Friday 27th July, and in celebration of its release Bloody Disgusting landed themselves an exclusive clip. Thankfully, they have added an embedding option, and we can share the clip here with you.

However, before watching the clip I must warn you that it should NOT be viewed at work, it is a savage, brutal clip which introduces a new horror villain, Wormface. Slasher fans will love this, and with the film receiving some very positive word of mouth during its festival run, it shouldn’t be long until the highly anticipated horror finds its way to UK shores. Sadly there is no release date for the film here in the UK yet, although the film did have its UK premiere back in February at Film Four’s Frightfest in Glasgow.

A.J. Bowen, Anessa Ramsey, Sonny Marinelli, Katherine Randolf, Marco St. John, Hannah Bryan, Sarah Pachelli, James Bartz, Shanna Forestall, Skylar Burke and Andrew Breland star in the story of kidnappers whose hideout in an abandoned school is attacked by a mysterious creature. Wes Benton and Eric Thompson produced the film; Bobby Benton and John Norris served as executive producers.

Check out our previous stories, including the frightening trailer, here

Synopsis:

A group of kidnappers abduct the daughter of a wealthy socialite and hide out in an abandoned school on the edge of town. But feelings of guilt soon overtake the kidnappers, dividing the group and putting their entire plan in jeopardy. The evening further spirals out of control when their poorly chosen hideout becomes a hunting ground for a mysterious creature that requires springtime ritualistic sacrifices.

(Source: BD)

By Matt Wavish

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  4 Responses to “Wormface introduces himself in brutal NSFW clip from Padraig Reynolds’ ‘Rites of Spring’”

  1. DAVID GILLESPIE

    Managed to watch this a Glasgow Frightfest and was not all that impressed. The tension is cranked up well in the first half and then falls apart when the second (horror) story kicks in. It is very gory but ends very abruptly with sequel very much in the cards.

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