100 Acres Hell, Gene Snisky

Indican Pictures presents the intensely raw and gripping survival thriller, 100 Acres of Hell, starring Gene Snitsky and Catherine Corcoran. Director Hank Leigh Hump delivers a bona-fide cult hit that pushes the action and slasher genre to new heights. 

When ex pro wrestler Buck Severs (Gene Snitsky) travels to an abandoned wildlife preserve with his friends for ‘Bro’s Weekend’, they become the targets of a deadly manhunt and Buck must find the fighter in himself before it’s too late.

Here are 5 reasons why you should see 100 Acres of Hell:

5) Gene Snisky!

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Former WWE superstar Gene Snitsky has an undeniable charisma that dominates the screen as he portrays the troubled, yet admirable Buck Severs. Snitsky has instant chemistry with his co-stars, especially when he shows off his calm coolness and comedic timing with Katie Walsh, who plays Kitty. There’s a grindhouse roughness when Buck (Snitsky) dives into the horror action as Jeb Tucker (Sam Anoai) starts the body count.

4) Catherine Corcoran!

Displaying an irresistible charm, Catherine Corcoran has a vibrant personality in her role as Sissy. Self-confident and feisty, Sissy (Corcoran) radiates the screen when she and her friends drop by Buck’s camp site. You will definitely get a reaction when Sissy suddenly ends up crossing paths with Jeb Tucker (Anoai). 

3) Brittany Ineson!

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If you have a name like Brooklyn, you definitely have to be a badass like Brittany Ineson. As Brooklyn, Ineson perfectly fits the persona with her leather outfit and tough personality. The movie itself jumps to another exciting level when Brooklyn and her gang pop up at the camp. 

2) The Direction!

Snitsky, along with co-writers Ed McKeever, and Jason Koerner, have done a great job creating such engaging characters. Director Hank Leigh Hump allows the viewers to get to these characters and watch their camaraderie develop. During the raw slasher action, the editing by Mark Dennebaum is fast-paced. The camerawork beautifully captures the lighting from the campfire during the brutal fight between Buck and Jed. 

1) Raw and Edgy!

From start to finish, 100 Acres of Hell delivers a raw and visceral experience. The ending will stay with audiences long after they finish watching.

100 Acres of Hell arrives in theaters October 8th, 2019, then on DVD and Digital and VOD October 15th, 2019

By Jorge Solis