Pooh and Piglet on a Rampage: Director Details Plot of Upcoming ‘Winnie the Pooh’ Horror Film
Don’t open the door. This is a vital principle in horror; opening a door when a threat lurks outside ends in bad news. That’s precisely the dilemma the characters face in this exclusive Bloody Disgusting clip for Blumhouse Television and EPIX horror comedy Inhuman.
Inhuman will be available on June 3, 2022 for digital purchase from Paramount Home Entertainment.
In the movie, “The dead will have this club for breakfast. Blumhouse Television and EPIX bring you the story of a school trip gone wrong. Seven misfit students must unite against a growing gang of inhuman savages. The group’s mutual trust is tested in a brutal and gruesome fight to survive and they must take out the deadly zombie creatures…before they kill each other first.
The blood breakfast club-as the film is written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton (Saw IV, V, VII and Saw: The Final Chapter, The Collector) and directed by Dunstan.
Dunstan’s In the Dark: Pilgrim collaborater Pierre-Gilles breaks one of horror’s most tested rules in the clip below. Giles plays the role of the distraught chaperone who defies his students’ pleas to keep the bus door closed. The odds of survival may not be in his favor. With blood splattered on the windshield and fog surrounding the bus, it creates problems, especially when approaching a menacing figure.
The clip encapsulates Dunstan’s mix of humor and bloody violence and provides a quick look at archetypical teenagers facing danger. This is just the beginning of this nightmare on the pitch. Navigating the social hierarchy and high school underworld has never been so daunting in this kill or be killed setting.
Inhuman stars Brianne Tju (“I know what you did last summer”), Benjamin Wadsworth (Teen Wolf: The Movie), Urie Shelton (Weird), Ali Gallo (“The Sex Life of College Girls”), and Drew Scheid (Halloween 2018).