The Devil’s Bargain has bagged itself a digital release date in the UK.
The film, billed as a “full-frontal apocalypse nightmare”, is directed by Drew Cullingham (Black Smoke Rising) and was made on a “shoestring budget”.
Set in 1974 when the Earth is about to destroyed by an asteroid, The Devil’s Bargain follows Adi (Jonnie Hurn) and his young wife Ange (Chloe Farnworth), who, haunted by memories of the death of their son, journey to the idyllic rural setting where he was conceived, determined to shed clothes, inhibitions and psychological traumas before the planet is destroyed forever. That is, until the arrival of a young photographer turns their plans upside down.
The film will be available to watch from Monday 17th January 2014 via Distrify and the film’s Facebook page for £3.99.
Here’s the trailer:
Drew Cullingham tells us: “It was made on a shoestring budget in twenty-four hours over four days, using an experimental pinhole technique to give it a unique look. Containing copious amounts of full frontal nudity, the mantra for this film has been: No money. No clothes. No fear.”
No money? No clothes? No fear? Luckily, that also happens to be our New Year’s resolution.
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