Watch The Brutal Red Band Trailer For Shudder’s ‘Random Acts Of Violence’

July 11, 2020

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A cult-hit in the making, Jay Baruchel’s long-anticipated Random Acts of Violence, adapted from the popular 2010 horror graphic novel by the same name, is a force to reckon with. The Canadian filmmaker and actor, best known for his comedic bow in This is the End and as the voice of Hiccup in the How to Train Your Dragon series, has long been committed to bringing Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti’s brutal pages to the big screen, and wrote, directed, produced and stars in the upcoming film.

The brand new Red Band trailer teases a bloody and brutal film that explores ideas of legitimizing cruelty, the responsibility of the artist, and what makes a monster in society. Masterfully lensed by award-winning cinematographer Karim Hussain (Hobo With a Shotgun, Brandon Cronenberg’s Possessor), the film holds a ferocious mirror up to art, society, and violence.

What are the real consequences when life begins to imitate art? Comic book creator Todd Walkley (Jesse Williams), his wife Kathy (Jordana Brewster), assistant Aurora (Niamh Wilson) and best friend, Hard Calibre Comics owner Ezra (Baruchel), embark upon a road trip from Toronto to New York Comic Con and bad things start to happen and people start getting killed.


Featuring a knock-out cast, iconic kills, and a pulsating score from celebrated punk all-star Wade MacNeil (Alexisonfire, Black Lungs) and composer Andrew Gordon Macpherson (Vice’s Dark Side of The Ring) Random Acts of Violence makes for a truly subversive sophomore feature from Baruchel, and the slasher film of the Summer.

Random Acts of Violence opens in theaters and arrives On Demand July 31st followed by its Shudder debut in the US, UK, and Ireland on August 20, 2020.

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