From emerging filmmakers, Greg Swinson and Ryan Thiessen come this nail-biting, edge-of-your-seat survival horror film Hunt Her Kill Her, which is being released in 150 U.S. theaters by Welcome Villian Films this March.
“On an otherwise peaceful evening during her first night on the job, a lone night shift janitor finds herself in an unexpected fight for survival when she becomes the target of sinister masked intruders. As their disturbing motives become more apparent, she must use her crafty instincts and brutal violence to make it through the night alive. ”
In what critics are touted as “brutal and intense” and “one of the most engaging experiences of the year,” Hunt Her Kill Her takes a simple premise and injects it with adrenaline. The story follows Karen (Natalie Terrazino) on an otherwise peaceful evening during her first night on the job as a lone night shift janitor. She soon finds herself in an unexpected fight for survival when she becomes the target of a group of sinister masked intruders. As the intruders’ disturbing motives become more apparent, Karen must use her crafty instincts and brutal violence to make it through the night alive.
A very important rule of indie filmmaking is: use what you have. And for us, we had access to a giant factory. Having grown up around the factory and knowing how creepy it was at night, we crafted a story that infused our love of action and horror as well as utilized all the location’s dark corners and elaborate machinery, setting an impressive stage for an intense ride with a strong emotional core. the directors said. “The entire cast and crew poured a ton of blood, sweat and sawdust into making this, and we’re thrilled to finally unleash it upon the world. Our influences for HHKH come from Alien, First Blood, Die Hard, maybe some Friday the 13th. For the shooting style, we draw inspiration from David Fincher and Sam Raimi, among others.”
Villian Films and Trauma One present Hunt Her, Kill Her, which opens in theaters nationwide on March 3, 2023.