‘Bed of The Dead’ hits UK VOD early July


Back in March we gave you guys the news that our friends across the pond at Grimm Entertainment picked up the rights to BED OF THE DEAD. They plan on release the feature on VOD across all platforms in the UK in a few weeks. This genre inspired treat comes from Jeff Maher and follows a group stuck on a haunted bed that they just can’t seem to leave. Grimm will release the film on July 10th as it has finished its festival run. Check out the latest artwork and red band trailer ahead and look for this soon to be cult classic soon!


Grimmfest’s distribution arm Grimm Entertainment are proud to announce the UK video-on-demand release of the internationally acclaimed BED OF THE DEAD on 10th July 2017. The film will be made available on all major transactional video-on-demand platforms.


In the vein of the 1977 film Deathbed, BED OF THE DEAD sees a group of friends tormented by a malevolent haunted bed, making use of “inspired gory visuals [ensuring] the film never loses viewer focus.” – Film School Rejects


After the success of 2015’s Bite, Black Fawn Films (Antisocial 1&2, Let Her Out, upcoming The Heretics) are set to unleash another genre favourite upon British audiences with BED OF THE DEAD. It tells the story of an evil antique bed which brings whoever lies within to a gruesome end. Starring Colin Price (The Heretics), Samantha Cole (Friends With Benefits TV series) and Dennis Andres (The Strain TV series), BED OF THE DEAD premiered at Fantasia International Film Festival and has since played at Toronto After Dark, FrightFest, Berlin Fantasy Film Fest and Other Worlds in Austin, Texas.


Red Band Trailer:


BED OF THE DEAD will be available on Sky Store, Virgin FilmFlex, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Microsoft Video Store and Google Play.



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