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Old 37 – a horror film in which victims are picked up from accident sites by the drivers of a fake ambulance in a bizarre act of vengeance – is coming to home video after winning accolades on the festival circuit.
Fangoria calls it ‘… a match made in Hell;’ iHorror describes it as ‘…Jaws on the Interstate.’
Old 37 will in stores on October 6th. Pre-orders can be taken at Walmart, Amazon and Best Buy, now. Folloow the jump for more.
Old 37 – a horror movie with a unique premise – has been picked up for American and Canadian distribution by Epic Pictures (US) and Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada.
Old 37 follows to psychopathic brothers who pose as paramedics in a refurbished old ambulance, eavesdrop on emergency calls and vent their spleen (and, no doubt, other organs) on careless teen drivers.
The film stars horror icon Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley and Brandy Cyrus.