The folks behind UNCLE PECKERHEAD describe it as “a fun little horror-comedy gore fest with heart.” We agree (read our review here)! You’re going to enjoy this one. And good news: you’re going to get to enjoy it sooner, rather than later! The film is heading to select theaters and video on demand in the very near future.
Check out the trailer, then read on for all the details!
Uncle Peckerhead (2020) Synopsis
Judy, the bassist of punk-rock band ‘DUH’, dreams of traveling the world and becoming a full-time musician with her two friends, guitarist Max and drummer Mel. But when DUH’s van is repossessed hours before they’re set to embark on their first tour, desperation sets in, and Judy strikes an uneasy alliance with a redneck old-timer by the name of Peckerhead, or ‘Peck’, who offers to drive them in his van in exchange for food and gas.
One night after their first show, Peck mysteriously goes missing. Desperate to get back on the road to make their next show, Judy volunteers to look for him. Regrettably, she finds Peck devouring the brains of the promoter who ripped them off earlier. The band quickly comes to realize their new roadie is a cursed, man-eating hillbilly and the “gig life” they’ve always dreamed of is paved with nightmares and half-eaten bodies.
Matthew John Lawrence wrote and directed the film. It stars Chet Siegel, Ruby McCollister, Jeff Riddle, and David H. Littleton.
Here’s a look at the official poster!
UNCLE PECKERHEAD hits select theaters on Friday, August 7, 2020. A VOD/Digital release follows on Tuesday, August 11, 2020.
Very cool! Been looking forward to checking this one out since I read the review. Looks like a ton of fun!
What do you think? Did you enjoy the trailer? Will you check out UNCLE PECKERHEAD in theaters or on demand? Tell us in the comments!