Wronged

Wronged

24.99

After suffering through the death of their child by a madman, David and Andrea’s lives are in a downward spiral. When their marriage counselor suggests a weekend getaway, neither has any idea of the nightmare awaiting. Upon their arrival they are stalked and savagely attacked by a group of murderous mercenaries in the woods. Trying to flee, they find themselves surrounded by unforgiving nature as their weekend getaway turns into a fight for survival that will leave no one unbloodied.

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SYNOPSIS

After suffering through the death of their child by a madman, David and Andrea’s lives are in a downward spiral. When their marriage counselor suggests a weekend getaway, neither has any idea of the nightmare awaiting. Upon their arrival they are stalked and savagely attacked by a group of murderous mercenaries in the woods. Trying to flee, they find themselves surrounded by unforgiving nature as their weekend getaway turns into a fight for survival that will leave no one unbloodied.


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 91 minutes
Format: 1:78 HD
Sound: Dolby Sr.
Country: USA
Language: English
Website: www.IndicanPictures.com
Genre: Thriller/Horror



AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

“Speaking of brutal grown-up nightmares…”
Blood Violence and Babes

“thriller”
YES! Weekly

“beautiful and crisp to look at”
Phil The Movie Guy Reviews
“a fight for survival”
28 Days Later Analysis

“exciting tale of confrontation and revenge”
Geek Legion of Doom

“violent thriller”
Horror Society

“unlike traditional horror films”
Horrorscreams Videovault

“Hyper-violent, avante-garde revenge thriller”
The Oakland Press

“powerful performances…”
CRYPTIC ROCK

“primed for fans of ‘hillbilly horror’ “
SCREEN ANARCHY

“brutal”
QUIET EARTH

“impressive film”
ALIEN BEE

“Unforgiving”
Promote Horror

“thrilled with the way the movie turned out”
The Oakland Press

“significant”
MLIVE

“dark revenge thriller”
Il Cineocchio

“encapsulation of this singular season”
Invisible Oranges