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Slovenia’s First Horror Movie ‘Killbillies’ Heads for DVD and VOD

picture from the horror movie Killbillies

Okay, full disclosure: Killbillies looks about three levels beyond bad ass. Seriously, the movie looks absolutely insane in a grand way! The trailer is live, and we’ll show you that in a minute, but first we want to share some release details!

Slovenia’s first horror film will hit DVD and VOD on October 25th, so you’ll have ample time to squeeze a viewing in prior to our beloved holiday, Halloween!

The film was directed by Tomaž Gorkič and stars Nina Ivanišin, Lotos Vincenc Šparovec, Jurij Drevenšek, Nika Rozman, and Sebastian Cavazza.

We’re stoked to see this one head our way this month, and you likely will be as well, once you check out this trailer:

Synopsis: Killbilllies (aka: Idyll,Idila) depicts a harrowing tale of abduction, violence and hoped-for survival, in Slovenia’s first ever horror movie. A group of fashionistas from the city, including models Zina and Mia, make-up artist Dragica and photographer Blitcz, begin to shoot on an idyllic countryside hilltop. But soon, two physically deformed psychopathic countrymen approach them and quickly attack. After the terrified group finds themselves chained in a basement and awaiting their gruesome fate, they decide they must fight no matter what the odds. A wild, bloody, taut clash ensues between urban and rural, women and men, between savages and civilized man. A fresh, sadistic take on such classics as The Hills Have Eyes and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

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