On this course, it’s not the sand traps you got to worry about. Instead in the new golfed-themed horror comedy Caddy Hack, the real hazard is surviving a round of 18 holes against the course’s unwanted inhabitants.
Caddy Hack is written and directed by cult indie filmmaker Anthony Catanese, known for previous low-budget horror comedies such as Girls Just Wanna Have Blood and Sodomaniac.
In his new film, a struggling golf course suffers a string of caddy murders at the paws of pesticide-mutated gophers, while the greedy owner of the facility tries to cover up the carnage and an unhinged groundkeeper attempts to wage an all-out war against the vicious vermin.
The fifty-nine-second trailer highlights the over-the-top comedic bloodbath audiences can expect to see in Caddy Hack, as you get the opportunity to bear witness to the havoc these mutated gophers are running all over the greens.
In the trailer, we are also briefly introduced to our greedy golf course owner as he prepares to host the biggest golf tournament the course has ever seen since it was passed onto him by his father.
But now, when it seems his dreams of turning around his failing course are within his grasp, he is faced with the fact that caddies are turning up dead just before the tournament is scheduled to start.
Determined to not fall prey to a horde of mutated gophers, the caddies decide to bring the fight to the gophers, before they find themselves at the receiving end of their razor-sharp teeth.
The only battle these caddies were ready for was the back nine – now they’re fighting for survival instead of par.
Best described as Caddyshack meets Gremlins, Caddy Hack appears set to follow in the footsteps of its spiritual predecessor Caddyshack in spoofing the culture around the popular leisure sport.
Catanese’s latest venture into horror-comedy, stars Sara Casey, Scott Miller, Jim Gordon, Joseph Kuzemka, and Rob Hauschild, as they prepare to deliver a wildly bloody and entertaining creature feature spoof.
Caddy Hack will have its premiere on August 11th at Kevin Smith’s Smodcastle Theater in Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey before a release on digital, Blu Ray and DVD in October through Wild Eye Releasing.
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