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Plank Face

R18 Horror

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Synopsis

From Scott Schirmer, festival alumni and emerging master of confrontational horror cinema (Found, Headless, Harvest Lake), comes this shockingly original tale of a man forever transformed by a savage clan of back-woods women.

Axe-murders, cannibalism, mutilation, sex, naked women in bunny masks, naked men in Plank Face masks, and Ellie Church, one of the most popular actresses of the indie horror scene (Mania, Harvest Lake, Frankenstein Created Bikers), what's not to love? Plank Face is the perfect midnight movie!

Come hunker down with us for this special late night session.

Release Date 3 December 2016
Running Time 1hr 31m
Rating R18
Cast Nathan Barrett, Susan M Martin, Brigid Macaulay, Alyss Winkler
Director Scott Schirmer

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