Scream HQ Partners With Producer Suzanne DeLaurentiis for MANHUNT
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Los Angeles based producer Suzanne DeLaurentiis teams up with Jay Lee (Scream HQ) for a thriller with former WWE superstar/professional football star Gene Snisky. Manhunt takes you through the journey of a hunted ex-wrestler who fights for his life in the ultimate wrestler versus psycho mountain man winner-takes-all…
Manhunt is about Buck Severs, a world-wrestling champion that has been down on his luck for the past three years. After a family tragedy and a major injury in the ring Buck decides to return to "Bro's Weekend" with his three best friends and try to put some perspective into his life. Buck learns a little too late that the weekend will take place on a Wildlife Preserve that has been closed for 40years (a densely forested no-man's land of no laws, no rangers and no rules).
Unfortunately for Buck, he finds out that on the preserve lives a wild man, a feral and inbred killer whose one pleasure is to hunt the humans that dare to trespass onto his domain. It will be up to Buck to find the fighter within himself if he is to survive the weekend, and if he is to win the ultimate wrestler versus psycho killer mountain man winner – takes- all.
Scream HQ is dedicated to producing quality and entertaining films in the horror, sci-fi and cult genres including: Zombie Strippers, Alyce, The House with 100 Eyesamong others. Led by the talented brother and sister team of Angela and Jay Lee, and with 30 years combined production experience, they have put together a team of equally talented and enthusiastic artists.
Some of Suzanne's independent filmmaking credits include 10th & Wolf, The Grief Tourist, How Sweet It Is, Area 407, Out of the Black, Shut-up Kiss and Me, A Month of Sundays, Stone Markers.