Splatterday Special: Bonehill Road [Film]

Welcome to Day 20 of Trainwreck’d Society’s Annual Month of Horror Showcase! We have a fully loaded month of all things horror for you fine folks! October is our favorite month for this very reason, and we are so excited to share 31 full days of film showcases and interviews with some of the finest folks from the world of horror, just as we have been doing for the last 5 years. What started as a simple 5 day showcase, has now blossomed into a full blown month long event. You’re going to love this! Enjoy!

“Emily and Eden Stevens escape one violent situation only to dive head first into another. Terrified and alone they are stranded in the dark woods only to be chased into a horrific scene in a house or horrors. They must work together to get out alive. But what is worse? What is on the inside or out?” – October Coast PR

Welcome to another Splatterday Special here at Trainwreck’d Society! Today we are featuring a true low budget delight of a film. We are talking Bonehill Road, a wonderful part werewolf and part psychological thriller from the mind of the legendary B-Horror filmmaker Todd Sheets. It’s part cringe-worthy, part silly in a dark kind of way, and ALL superbly done. The cast even includes our dear friend Linnea Quigley who you may remember from a couple of Month of Horror showcases ago. She is fantastic, and is surrounded by a wonderful group of peers in this film. Big shout out to Millie Milan, who puts on one of the finest “frightened as fuck!” performances I have ever seen.

When it comes to low-budget horror films, you can’t get much better than the legendary Todd Sheets. He is of the class and caliber of so many damn fine filmmakers we have had the pleasure of showcasing here. But Sheets has his own unique style that is very prevalent here in Bonehill Road. The blood flows like a chilled box wine, and the suspense is as exhilarating as “that one couple” arguing for hours as the sun gently drapes over the trailer park. I really, really loved this film for being exactly what it was supposed to be: a wonderful piece of B-Horror art that both entertains and frightens. It’s what we have come to expect from a guy like Todd Sheets, and he once again did not disappoint!

Bonehill Road is available now on DVD from Wild Eye Releasing, with a digital release coming soon. Check out the trailer here:

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One Response to Splatterday Special: Bonehill Road [Film]

  1. Todd Sheets says:

    Thank you so much for this! Some people just do not get it… but YOU GET IT!!! It’s all about doing all we can with so little. Thank you so much for the love!!!

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