GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE Gets a Spring 2019 Release Date

garden-party-massacreThe critic and crowd approved screwball comedy, meets slasher spoof GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE, hits the market March 12, 2019 via SGL Entertainment.  This is the second multiple award-winning film from writer and director Gregory Blair. This is also the second collaboration with SGL Entertainment – the slow-burn psychological thriller DEADLY REVISIONS being the first.  GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE can be pre-ordered via the SGL website, below.

With laughs splattering all over the place, GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE is a fast-paced, wacky spoof in the vein of Shaun of the Dead and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil.  The fun begins when a friendly backyard gathering goes hilariously awry as an unexpected guest arrives.  With a pickaxe.  And an attitude.  It’s a madcap brew of murder, mirth and mayhem that critics have hailed as: “hilarious!” “brilliant!” and “a comedic romp!”

The film has won over a dozen awards on the festival circuit and appeared on several Top Ten lists to date. Awards include: “Best Feature” (FANtastic Horror Film Festival), “Outstanding Horror Comedy” (Zed Fest Film Festival), “Best Film” (Lucky Strike Film Festival), “Outstanding Horror/Comedy Feature” (Los Angeles Academy of Film Awards), “Best Narrative Feature: Comedy” (Hollywood Independent Filmmaker Award) and “Best Comedy” (Artists and Aliens Film Festival). The awards continue to roll in!

GARDEN PARTY MASSACRE has also won five “Best Ensemble” awards as well as several other acting accolades for its cast. The cast includes: Andy Gates (“Grimm”), Nichole Bagby (“On The Rocks”), Lise Hart (Deadly Revisions), Gregory Blair (“Escape The Night”), Dawna Lee Heising (Revenge of the Samurai Cop), Matt Weinglass (“Jimmy Kimmel Live!”) and David Leeper.

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