Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Satirical Slasher Ruin Me Finds a Home on DVD and Digital this October 8th

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Ruin Me is a horror film that makes fun of horror tropes. This title has already had a long run on the film festival circuit. Now, RLJ Entertainment is set to release the film on home entertainment formats, this October. In Ruin Me, several horror fans sign up for a Slasher Sleepout. In the 36 hour event, these six strangers are subjected to strange characters and events, in a remote wood. As well, Ruin Me stars: Marcienne Dwyer (Reset, 2015), Matt Dellapina, Chris Hill and several others. A preview of the film's wide release, in the United States, is hosted here.

While on the road, writers Preston DeFrancis and Trysta A. Bissett have talked about this release. DeFrancis was studying directing in the University of South Carolina, while Bissett was researching scriptwriting (iHorror). Together, they developed several comedies and romantic comedies, before turning to horror. At a special haunting event, they found their inspiration and vowed to create something scarier. In October, horror fans can view what DeFrancis and Bissett came up with, on home entertainment platforms.

Ruin Me will have its wide release on October 8th. On this date, this satire will be available on DVD and Digital platforms; the film's official DVD artwork is hosted here. This self-described "satirical slasher horror" feature will bring a light-hearted look at the recent explosion of horror events, which welcome participants, in haunted locations. The laughs begin this October!

Release Date: October 8th, 2019 (DVD, Digital).

Director: Preston DeFrancis.

Writers: Trysta A. Bissett, Preston DeFrancis.

Cast: Marcienne Dwyer, Matt Dellapina, Chris Hill, Eva Hamilton, John Odom, Sam Ashdown, Cameron Gordon, Rocky Rector.

A trailer for Ruin Me (via Terror Weekend Productions):

Ruin Me at RLJ Ent.: Ruin Me Release Details at RLJ Ent.

Source: Ruin Me at iHorror

Ruin Me on DVD, at Amazon:

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