Imagine you've had a bad year. (OK, that's easy to imagine.) Now imagine it's been a few bad years, including a stint in prison. You're finally free and looking to get away and decide what's next. You travel to a new country hoping to take in the sights and sounds, and on your way to the hotel you're drugged and wake up in a cold, dark basement tied up. That's what happens to Rex Coen (Ben O'Toole) in Bloody Hell. Luckily he keeps his dark sense of humor intact as he tries to escape his horrifying surroundings.
Bloody Hell is the latest from Australian genre director Alister Grierson. His lone American co-production was the quickly forgotten 3-D spelunking thriller Sanctum. He hasn't directed many films since, but this one looks like it could be a lot of fun. It's already played at Germany's Fantasy Filmfest and will premiere at Australia's Brisbane International Film Festival in October and Spain's Molins Film Festival in November.
Check out the trailer below.
A North American festival premiere for Bloody Hell has yet to be announced.