As wonderful as they can be, weddings can also be stressful, but what a group of bridesmaids encounter before walking down the aisle in the new film Unhinged (a remake of the early ’80s movie of the same name), ratchets up their anxiety to unprecedented levels. As a special treat for Daily Dead readers, we've been provided with exclusive stills and the trailer premiere for Unhinged, which you can watch right now. But be warned, you might not look at a wedding dress the same way again.
Unhinged is slated for a DVD and VOD release in September from 88 Films and ITN Distribution. Check out the trailer and stills below, and stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on this release.
"Plot: A remake of the 1983 video nasty 'Unhinged'. Melissa and her three American bridesmaids decide to take the English back roads whilst travelling to her wedding in the countryside. On the way, a deadly secret forces the girls to be stranded in the woods. They discover a house, occupied by Miss Perkins, who promises to look after them until they find help. Little do the girls know, a dark evil lurks in and around the grounds of the house. Only when the girls come face to face with 'it' will they truly discover what real horror is...
The cast includes; Kate Greer (Neighbours, Fox Trap), Lucy-Jane Quinlan (Cage, The Cutting Room), Becky Fletcher (Fox Trap, Lucifer's Night), Lorena Andrea (Papillon, The House on Elm Lake), Michelle Archer (12 Deaths of Christmas), Louisa Warren, Faye Goodwin and more.
Unhinged is Dan Allen’s directorial feature debut and is currently in final stages of post production, having shot in England September 2016.
Unhinged has signed a distribution deal with 88 Films and ITN Distribution for world wide sales, set for a September 2017 DVD/VOD release.
Proportion Productions is a UK based feature film production company that hopes to make a modern wink at classic slashers such as Curtains, Black Christmas (1974) and House on Sorority Row. Upcoming films are; Fox Trap (Sony Home Entertainment/4DigitalMedia), 12 Deaths of Christmas and The House on Elm Lake, which are all due for October/November DVD/VOD release world wide."