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Hellions premieres in USA on September 18th, and in Canada on September 25th!
Come check out our hometown premiere when Hellions screens at TIFF this year! It premieres on Thursday September 17th at 9:30pm. If you’re too afraid to watch it at after dark, there is a 4:00pm screening on Friday the 18th. Tickets sales open on September 6th and they are available here: http://tiff.net/festivals/festival15/vanguard/hellions
Hellions will be having its Canadian Premiere as part of the Vanguard programme at TIFF this year! Hellions @ TIFF
HELLIONS will be playing at the Edinburgh Film Festival in the Night Moves program! http://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/news/2015/05/edinburgh-international-film-festival-unveils-2015-programme
Hellions will be screening this week as part of the Copenhagen CPH PIX 2015 official lineup. Check it out here: http://www.cphpix.dk/film/2524/1
Twitter’s @Hollywood spoke to us last week – see what we had to say in these streaming videos! Bruce McDonald wants to make surreal, dark “Yummy Fur” movie Bruce McDonald proud of his throwback horror film Bruce McDonald on working with Robert Patrick and different interpretations of the Hellions script Chloe Rose breaks down just… Read more »
What did people have to say about Hellions in the wake of the Sundance Festival? Read all about it! “Bruce’s refusal to stop taking chances is as ardent as ever. For my money, the results are fascinating,” says Zach Gayne from twitchfilm.com. Read his interview with Bruce McDonald, Chloe Rose, and Robert Patrick! Chloe Rose,… Read more »
By Peter Howell How special will the movie year 2015 be? Consider that it will be the first since 2002 to have new Star Wars and James Bond movies in the same 12 months, and the first ever to drop a Quentin Tarantino film into that mix. Read the article on thestar.com.
Finally it’s official, and we can share the news: HELLIONS is heading to Sundance in January to premiere in the Festival’s ‘Park City at Midnight’ Program! Check out the official press release at sundance.org or hit up any of the film sites carrying it: Indiewire, Deadline, Variety, Collider and more.