Butcher the Bakers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – The official trailer for Butcher the Bakers, a new slacker horror/comedy from Hometown Hero Production.

MEDIA CONTACT:

P.J. Starks (executive producer) – starks.pj@gmail.com

SYNOPSIS:

A grim reaper terrorizes a small town, killing and collecting souls for a purpose only he knows. Sam and Martin, slackers who work at the local bakery, are hired by a mysterious stranger to stop him from killing again. This leads them on a ridiculous journey full of blood, guts, monsters, and cookies!

ABOUT THE PROJECT:

Hometown Hero Productions is an independent film studio hell-bent on making delightfully weird films your mother will hate to love. Founded in 2015 by a naive group of small town fools, it has turned into a productive team of passionate and creative people. Butcher is third film from writer/director Tyler Amm (River City Panic, Grace’s Room) and executive produced by P.J. Starks, creator of the critically acclaimed Volumes of Blood franchise.

TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Z7rfTuB1N0

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Become a fan on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/HometownHeroFilm/

You can also find more information here at our official site http://hometownherofilms.com/

Here’s what the director had to say:

“Butcher the Bakers is made up of all the elements I love about my favorite films: blood, guts, comedy, a sense of adventure and most importantly, bizarre characters. From The Evil Dead, to Bill & Ted, to The House of the Devil, I’m a fan of horror in whatever form I can consume it. I’m excited for the release of my newest film because I really feel like our team channeled elements from those films and created something weird and special. Bringing on P.J. Starks as an executive producer was really the next logical step to help us grow our audience. Being a small outfit from the Illinois Valley, it’s a hit when 500 people buy tickets to the local screening of your film. With P.J. on the team now, we have a wider reach and are looking forward to hitting the festival circuit, seeking out distribution, and leaving copies of the film in random mailboxes.”

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