Exclusive clip, photos, release info, plus trailer: Bill Moseley and a “HORDE” of mutants

When you’re stalked by a clan of disfigured killers, it’s nice to have a former Navy SEAL on you side, as seen in an exclusive clip from the upcoming THE HORDE. See it past the jump, with some exclusive pics and release details, as well as the trailer.

Directed by Jared Cohn, THE HORDE (no relation to the French zombie film of the same title) was written by its star Paul Logan, and also features genre regulars Costas Mandylor (from the SAW series), Bill Moseley and THE ROAD WARRIOR’s Vernon Wells, along with Tiffany Brouwer and Matthew Willig. Gravitas Ventures premieres the movie May 6 on the following U.S./Canada VOD platforms: iTunes, Google Play, YouTube Movies, Vudu, Amazon Instant Video, Microsoft Video Store, PlayStation Network, Hoopla; also in the US on AT&T U-VERSE, DISH, DirectTV, Cox, Charter on Demand, Verizon FiOS, Suddenlink, Mediacom, Insight, WOW and RCN; and in Canada on Eastlink TV, Rogers on Demand and Shaw.

The synopsis: “Ex-Navy SEAL John Crenshaw [Logan] accompanies his girlfriend and her students on a weekend nature-photography expedition deep in the woods. What should be an educational and fun-filled trip turns into horror as the group is besieged by an unspeakable evil: a horde of hideously disfigured, mutated humans with an insatiable taste for blood. With the stakes higher than ever, John must once again embrace the life he left behind and become the unstoppable combat soldier he was to track down and kill the horde. The mutants have no idea who they are up against when the hunters become the prey in this life-or-death, kill-or-be-killed conflict that proves how much one man will do and endure to save the woman he loves and get them out of this hell alive.”

Check out THE HORDE’s official website, Facebook page and Twitter.






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