Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley collect victims in the Old 37 trailer

Last Updated on July 22, 2021

Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley are two of the coolest horror icons working today, and from time to time they find themselves working on the same set. They share the screen in the upcoming film OLD 37, which Epic Pictures and Anchor Bay Entertainment will be releasing on DVD and Blu-ray on October 6th, paired as serial killer siblings.

The plot:

After losing her father and best friend in less than a year, wallflower Amy decides she won’t watch life pass her by one more day. Taking cues from her flawlessly sexy neighbor Brooke, Amy attempts to flirt with her muscle car driving boyfriend, Jason. Ever the mean girl, Brooke vindictively takes it upon herself to remind Amy just how insignificant she is in this world. With the help of her nurse Mother, Amy goes under the knife. Now a dead ringer for Brooke, Amy makes her move for Jason.

Meanwhile, deep down the forgotten stretches of back road where the cool kids race their cars, two deranged brothers, Darryl and Jon Roy intercept 911 calls in their father’s beat up old ambulance to exact medical atrocities on victims. When a careless car accident befalls Brooke and Jason, Amy gets caught in the fallout. Amy always wanted her neighbor’s life, but she may get her neighbor’s fate.

If just the idea of Hodder and Moseley as killers who gather up victims in an old ambulance isn't enough to sell you on OLD 37, a new trailer has made its way online that shows these guys in action. It looks like Moseley will be delivering a fun performance, as always, and that Hodder might be in silent slasher mode, which he excels at.

OLD 37 is available for pre-order on Amazon, and I can't wait to check it out.

The film also stars Brandi Cyrus, Caitlin Harris, Olivia Alexander, Maxwell Zagorski, Maggie Keane Williams, Ben Schneider, Mindy White, Sascha Knopf, and Ken Simmons, with an appearance by Australian rock band Sheppard.

Source: Old 37

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