“OLD 37” is revved up to return to Long Island, NY where it was filmed entirely.
After previously premiering in theaters on Long Island for a week-long special event, the horror flick is gearing up to screen as an official selection at the Macabre Faire Film Festival.
Fans will have a chance to watch “OLD 37” on Jan. 16 at midnight in the Amphitheater Room of the UPsky Hotel.
Since its formation in 2012, the festival has established a reputation for showcasing films with a focus on horror, sci-fi, fantasy and all things macabre in a respectful and nurturing environment for film junkies and critics alike.
For more information on the Macabre Faire Film Festival and to purchase tickets, please visit: macabrefairefilmfest.com.
Festival Name: Macabre Faire Film Festival
Festival Date: Saturday, January 26th
Location: Amphitheater Room at UPsky Hotel | 110 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway | Hauppauge, NY
Time: 12 a.m.
Festival Website: http://www.macabrefairefilmfest.com
Dubbed as new and noteworthy on iTunes, indie-horror film OLD 37 is officially available for purchase on DVD (via Epic Pictures & Anchor Bay Canada).
Thrill-seekers can pick up a personal copy in-store at over 2,400 Wal-Mart locations across the US.
Alternatively, the film can be purchased on demand via Dish, Verizon Fios, Charter, Sudden Link, Media Com and many more to come.
For more information, please visit: old37themovie.com.
“OLD 37” is the last ambulance ride you’ll ever take.
The film takes you on a journey through the lives of careless selfish teens and how two psychotic brothers (Kane Hodder + Bill Moseley) intercept emergency calls in their father’s old ambulance to perform their own heinous medical procedures.
The two worlds collide. When a shy girl-next-door becomes their latest target, she turns the tables on her captors to fight for her survival.
Fast paced and blood soaked, “OLD 37” taps into the most basic human fear, vulnerability.
The words “don’t worry I’m a paramedic” will make you think twice before dialing 9-1-1.
Fans can take their first look into the film by watching the official trailer now, here: bit.ly/OLD37_Trailer.
Already featured by Fangoria, MTV, The Insider, J14 Magazine, DreadCentral, BloodyDisgusting, IHorror, HorrorHound and more, the star cast also includes Brandi Cyrus, (Hannah Montana, Zoey 101), Caitlin Harris (The Secret Life of the American Teenager), Olivia Alexander (Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader, Killer Eye), Maxwell Zagorski, Maggie Williams (Audition), Ben Schneider, Mindy White (States, Lydia), Sascha Knopf (Shallow Hal, Expiration Date), Ken Simmons (Kick Ass), and more.
Musicians featured within “OLD 37” include The Used, Circa Survive, Night Riots, States, Death On Two Wheels, Sheppard, Survival Guide, DariusTX, and Emii.
“OLD 37” was written and produced by Paul Travers, stemming from a nightmare he had. With music composed by Darius Holbert (Hobo With A Shotgun, World’s Greatest Dad, Cedar Rapids), and blood, guts and scares provided by Brian Spears and Pete Gerner (We Are What We Are, Late Phases, VHS), this team is ready to bring the sirens
What The Press Is Saying About OLD 37…
“A blood-soaked, slasher fan’s wet dream that promises to satiate every hardcore horror aficionado to the core.”– Matt Boiselle, Dread Central
“It’s a match made in Hell when Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder team up to play barbaric brothers.”-Michael Gingold, Fangoria
“OLD 37 is a frightening and effective piece of independent horror cinema.”-Timothy Rawles, iHorror
“OLD 37 is a welcomed addition to the Horror genre. It stays true to a classic ’80s Slasher with a gritty feel and has enough brutality to please gorehounds whiles stimulating viewers looking for something more.”– Frank Malerba, Cryptic Rock
“The choice of music throughout was outstanding and sometimes it was like watching one big masochistic music video. The use of heavy-duty industrial tunes was a perfect accompaniment in watching a pair of psycho paramedics finishing off casualties.”– Amanda Hunt, Scream Horror Magazine
“OLD 37 will make you think twice about dialing 911.”– James Shotwell, UnderTheGun
“OLD 37 comes through with in-your-face visceral horror.”-Jason Hignite, HorrorHound