All My Friends Hate Me trailer: UK horror comedy gets March release in North America

Last August, we shared the news that Super Ltd had picked up the North American distribution rights to the UK comedy horror thriller All My Friends Hate Me. Now we know exactly what Super Ltd has planned for the movie: they will be giving it a limited US theatrical release on March 11th, which will be followed by a VOD release on March 25th. In anticipation of this, a trailer for All My Friends Hate Me has arrived online and can be seen in the embed above.

Directed by Andrew Gaynord (whose previous credits include six episodes of the show Haters Back Off!) from a screenplay written by Tom Palmer and Tom StourtonAll My Friends Hate Me was described by Variety as an “exquisitely uncomfortable social anxiety comedy-horror”. Stourton (The Spy Who Dumped Me) also stars in the film, which tells the story of 

a college reunion that goes awry when Pete (Tom Stourton) suspects his friends may be out to get him. As their weekend getaway grows more and more uncomfortable, should he be worried about his safety, or is it all in his head?

Stourton is joined in the cast by Charly Clive (Pure), Georgina Campbell (Krypton), Antonia Clarke (I May Destroy You), Joshua McGuire (Lovesick), Graham Dickson (Down from London), Dustin Demri-Burns (Drunk History: UK), Kieran Hodgson (Two Doors Down), and Christopher Fairbank (Guardians of the Galaxy).

Palmer produced the film. Esme Hicks co-produced, with Jon Plowman, George Cave, and Peregrine Fellowes serving as executive producers. Stourton and Palmer previously worked together as “Totally Tom” to craft two stage comedy shows.

All My Friends Hate Me looks like a good time, and reviews have indicated that it is. I’ll probably be checking it out next month. Will you? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

All My Friends Hate Me
Source: Arrow in the Head

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