Extracurricular UK Trailer Teases ‘bloody’ After School Activities

In the 1980’s Luke Goss with his brother Matt were wooing girls when he was in Bros. 2019 he’s chasing the college teens in Extracurricular, the students engaging in ‘bloody’ after school activities.

The film made it’s European Premiere back in August at this year’s Arrow Video FrightFest. A film we reviewed described by our Horror editor Bradley Hadcroft…” a very original affair both thematical and structurally, although there is a subtle nod to Martyrs and less subtle one to Scanners.”

The film will be available to own soon and Signature Entertainment have released the film’s UK Trailer...

Related: Arrow Video Frightfest 2019 Round Up- Day Three (Extracurricular Review)

Meet the pupils heavily into the three Rs – Reading, Writing and Wrongdoing! An entertaining blast of mean-spirited and nasty genre thrills, it’s THE BREAKFAST CLUB meets EDEN LAKE as they take on Sheriff Gordon (Luke Goss from Bros fame)!

Four high school seniors feel their day-to-day lives at school are getting a little dull. So they made a pact to plan and execute a series of perfect, elaborate murders and get some thrills behind them before heading off to college. However when their latest, carefully planned homicidal plan hits some unexpected speed bumps, the situation turns deadly, violent and bloody.

Co-starring Keenan Tracey, Brittany Raymond, Spencer Macpherson, and Brittany Teo.

Extracurricular will be released in the UK and Ireland on DVD as well as Digital HD from 21st October.

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