The trailer and poster have arrived for Ted Geoghegan’s new revenge flick MOHAWK
Ok, folks, you all know the craic. I have just relocated to Spain to live and my internet has been terrible. I tried my hardest to update moviehooker the best I could but it was just too infuriating. Now, I don’t have the best connection in the world, but at least I can get back to writing and hooking you all up with some awesome new flicks.
One of these flicks is from Ted Geoghegan, with his follow-up to the independent 70’s inspired haunted house horror, We Are Still Here. Geoghegan’s new film is called MOHAWK; it’s a revenge thriller that focuses on America’s dark history. The film follows a group of American soldiers who set out find a young Mohawk after she set’s fire to their camp. I am pretty sure those American soldiers deserved what they got..and they have no idea who they’re fucking with. Scalps will be peeled from heads like someone peeling an orange.
I am delighted to be able to share the poster and the very first trailer with you guys and gals.
Mowhawk is directed by Ted Geoghegan and written and Geoghegan and Grady Hendrix. The film stars Kaniehtiio Horn, Ezra Buzzington, Eamon Farren, Justin Rain and Jon Huber, and Ian Coletti.
All the info you need to know from the press-pack.
After its hit festival run,Dark Sky Films is proud to announce the theatrical release of Ted Geoghegan‘s MOHAWK on March 2, with a simultaneous VOD and HD Digital release. MOHAWK is a no-holds-barred action-thriller marking the second team-up between writer-director Ted Geoghegan, producer Travis Stevens, cinematographer Karim Hussain andDark Sky Films after their award-winning 2015 horror hit, We Are Still Here.
After one of her tribe sets an American camp ablaze, a young Mohawk warrior finds herself pursued by a contingent of military renegades set on revenge. Fleeing deep into the woods they call home, Oak and Calvin, along with their British companion Joshua, must now fight back against the bloodthirsty Colonel Holt and his soldiers – using every resource both real and supernatural that the winding forest can offer.
Praised as “gripping” and “a wild ride” by Indiewire, and “realistic and very personal” by The Hollywood Reporter, MOHAWK unfolds over the course of one bloody day during The War of 1812. Birth. Movies. Death. Says, “[Mohawk] does a fine job of reminding us that sometimes the truest horror is that of our own history.” and RogerEbert.com called the film”A searing genre hybrid.”
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