Horror Film Exit 33 Scares Audiences at Premier on March 11, 2010!
Have you seen the new horror film Exit 33? It's an adrenaline pumping roller coaster you don't want to miss. Ask for Exit 33 Horror Film today at your local movie theater!
Many of us horror film fanatics grew up watching legendary horror actor Kane Hodder as he terrified us as the disturbed killer Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th parts VII-X, Leatherface in Texas Chain Saw Massacre III, deformed killer Victor Crowley in Hatchet, and serial killer Dennis Rader in BTK. Now Kane Hodder is back as Ike, a gas station owner and serial killing taxidermist in Exit 33, the latest of the great independent horror films.
Exit 33, shot entirely at a campground in rural Michigan, premiered at the Emagine Theater in Novi, Michigan on March 11, 2010. This is Michigan businessman Norman Koza’s first film, inspired by the lonely commuter trips to and from his Northern Michigan workplace near Traverse City. One night Koza was driving down a long, narrow and dark road in Traverse City and needed to refuel. He pulled off and immediately was overcome with an eerie feeling. "I had this feeling that if my car broke down, I would be in trouble. I went home later that day and started to write a movie about a man whose car breaks down in a remote area. It is a scary scene and I knew this had to be a horror film."
Like the best horror films, Exit 33 strives to elicit an emotional response from viewers. You can sense the evil and feel the disturbing terror just watching the trailer. When we watch great horror films we can feel excitement along with the chills, fear, and terror as we watch in morbid fascination as other people go through situations that terrify us. Dark deserted places, scary people and/or monsters, and unavoidable torture and death have been attracting viewers of horror films for over a century, with no signs of slowing down.
We follow four friends on their way to a high school reunion who all decide to take the same rarely used highway that leads to Ike’s Last Chance Gas at Exit 33. What awaits them is indescribable evil and terror as Hodder’s Ike displays his taxidermy skills. One of the first independent horror movies released in 2010, Exit 33 is one of the best horror movies to come out in the past few years.
Fans of slasher and horror movies will appreciate this low budget glimpse into the evil tortured mind of the serial killer Ike. Says producer Todd Brunswick, "Kane Hodder delivers an outstanding performance, taking us deep into his character's horrific landscape.”
Catch up with Kane Hodder at this year's Motor City Nightmare's Horror Movie Convention April 23-25, 2010.