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Described as Fargo meets Fight Club, Bloody Hell is a quirky fun horror with levity set between Boise in Idaho and Helsinki in Finland and follows Rex Coen (Ben O’Toole – Detroit, 12 Strong, Nekrotronic), a man with a mysterious past, whom flees the country to escape his own personal hell – only to arrive somewhere much, much, much worse…..

Premiering exclusively at selected Event Cinemas across the country from Thursday 8 October 2020, Bloody Hell was filmed entirely on the Gold Coast and was directed by Alister Grierson (Sanctum) and written by first time screen writer, Robert Benjamin.

The feature film was selected for screening at the Germany Fantasy Filmfest, Brisbane International Film Fest and Molins Film Festival Spain in November 2020.

Bloody Hell also stars Meg Fraser, who makes her screen debut playing the Finnish character of Alia, a natural born caretaker, but also the black sheep of her family, Caroline Craig (Blue Heelers, Underbelly), Matthew Sunderland (Amazon’s The Lost City of Z, Out of the Blue), Travis Jeffery (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Unbroken), Jack Finsterer (Dangerous, In Her Skin, Neighbours), and newcomers David Hill, and Caleb Enoka.