The updates just keep rolling in and this time it comes from the zany looking backyard slasher GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE. The Gregory Blair feature follows a less than appropriate group gathering for a barbecue when a pick ax wielding madman shows up. Possibly the most appropriate phrase of all time is in this trailer with the question of “why does someone have a pick ax in the suburbs?” GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE is currently looking to hit film festivals so lookout for release info in the near future.
Director Gregory Blair (Deadly Revisions) and Pix See Productions have completed shooting for Garden Party Massacre. The film is a blend of horror and comedy as seen in the film’s brand new, first, full length trailer. Fans can expect to see Garden Party Massacre at film festivals, soon, but, a closer look at this both bloody and hilarious feature is available now!
The film begins with friends and a barbeque. But, in the vein of Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010), events take an unusually bloody turn. An uninvited guest tears his way through the get-together, with a pickax and a bad attitude. Thus, it becomes a killer party. Literally!
Garden Party Massacre has already received its first review: a bona fide rave from Michael Haberfelner (Search My Trash) who declares it “a hilarious film!” Director Blair says of the film’s comedy: “I think horror easily lends itself to comedy because the emotions are so high and the situations are often outrageous.” The new trailer leaves no doubt: Garden Party Massacre promises a laugh a minute.
The story is a fast-paced, wacky romp, telling the tale of a friendly backyard gathering that goes horribly awry when an unexpected guest arrives. With a pickax. And an attitude! Suddenly, it’s a killer party! Literally!
GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE is directed by Gregory Blair and stars Andy Gates, Nichole Bagby, Gregory Blair, Lise Hart, David Leeper, Dawna Lee Heising and Matt Weinglass.
Fans can donate to the Garden Party Massacre film festival run here; funds will go directly to the festival requested: http://www.gardenpartymassacrefilm.com/