In A Violent Nature | Highly-anticipated horror film sets UK release date for this summer

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In A Violent Nature, a horror film shot from the perspective of a serial killer, is finally landing in the UK this July. 

2024 has already offered us plenty of horror gems, like Immaculate and The First Omen with Sting on the horizon still, and this summer’s line-up of horror films is looking particularly exciting. 

While we wait for news on the UK release date for Osgood Perkins’ Longlegs, we do now have confirmation that In A Violent Nature will be in UK and Irish cinemas from 12th July, courtesy of Altitude Films. 

The film, directed by Chris Nash, has been making a bit of a splash among genre fans thanks to its unique premise. In A Violent Nature is filmed entirely from the perspective of a gnarly serial killer, called Johnny. 

Here’s the trailer. 

In A Violent Nature gives the slasher genre a fresh spin but looks to also homage some of the biggest horror classics of the 80s. The Friday The 13th vibes are strong with this one and honestly, we’re okay with that. It remains to be seen if Johnny becomes as iconic a killer as Jason or Michael Myers, but it looks very promising. 

The film originally premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and received very enthusiastic reviews from critics. The film’s press release also promises that the film includes “astoundingly orchestrated and intensely gory kills”. 

We’ll leave you with the official synopsis: When a locket is removed from a collapsed fire tower in the woods that entombs the rotting corpse of Johnny, a vengeful spirit spurred on by a horrific 60-year old crime, his body is resurrected and becomes hellbent on retrieving it. The undead golem hones in on the group of vacationing teens responsible for the theft and proceeds to methodically slaughter them one by one in his mission to get it back – along with anyone in his way.

In A Violent Nature is in UK and Irish cinemas 12th July. 

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