War Games - Preview and trailer
Preview by Jack Foley
TORTUROUS and terrifying, this twisted horror story – inspired by true events – sees an innocent group of friends hunted down by psychopathic ex-soldiers, who turn their country break into a bloody nightmare.
When the adventure seeking group of friends head off to for a light-hearted weekend of mock warfare, they have no idea of the fatal traps laid out in store for them by heavily armed hunters who appear to be tracking their every move.
Finding themselves caught up in a deadly game of hide and seek, but clueless to why they are being targeted, the group’s mock guns and ammunition are no match for their unseen predators’ stash of barbaric weapons and landmines.
As the murderers begin to pick them off one by one, slaughtering them in increasingly gruesome and barbaric ways, the group realise that deep inside the impenetrable forest, nobody is coming to save them.
Petrified and powerless to stop the escalating violence, the victims become embroiled in a macabre mind game that will see them win or die. As their desperation grows, so too does the frenzied and graphic horror on screen. Viewers will be gripped as the group battles it out against an almost inhuman, totally insane foe.
Witness the bloodshed and torture of this warped War Game when it is released for the first time on Blu-ray and DVD from October 3, 2011.
War Games stars Stephanie Chapman-Baker, Sam Cohan and Valene Kane and is directed by Cosimo Alemà. Watch the trailer
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Running time: 94mins
UK DVD & Blu-ray Release: October 3, 2011