Sid Haig’s ‘High On The Hog’ Hits Select Theaters Soon!

Indican Pictures sends word they’ve picked up distribution rights to Tony Wash’s Grindhouse horror comedy feature High on the Hog. The film stars Sid Haig (3 From Hell), Joe Estevez (Public Enemy) and Robert Z’dar (Maniac Cop), in his final film role. The genre bending film tells the story of Big Daddy (Haig) and his fight against the government to maintain his grow-operation.

According to the folks at Indican, the film is coming soon to a major city near you. Check out the official trailer below, then read on for the details!

High on the Hog Synopsis

Part comedy and part horror, High on the Hog takes place on a remote farm where everything is grown, including the green herb. With a potent strain of pot sweeping the City, DTA agents attempt to infiltrate a small town farming operation that has a strong leader and interesting family members.

In addition to his starring role, Sid Haig produced the film. Of the project, Haig had this to say:

“I’ve always loved the grindhouse action movies of the 70’s and am happy to make this off beat, modernized take on them!”

Sounds like great fun! Here’s a look at the official poster art.

High On The Hog

High on the Hog debuts in Los Angels and 10 other major cities on April 19. Be sure to check out Fandango for movie listing times and to sign up for e-mail alerts.

Final Thoughts

Robert Z’dar was a cool guy and I look forward to seeing him give this final performance. Of course you know we love Sid Haig and will be first in line to support his projects. This looks like it could be a fun ride!

What do you think? Will you check out High on the Hog on April 19? Tell us in the comments!

About Kenn Hoekstra

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