When a group of old friends gets together ten years after high school and head out of town to play a simple game of paintball, things quickly go wrong as they realize there is a killer on the loose. And what else would you expect, given the film’s title?
Paintball Massacre is a British dark comedy full of suspense and gore and laughs. Here’s the official synopsis:
True British dark comedy horror at its finest. Providing suspense, gore and a few laughs along the way. When a group of old school friends from Mass Acre Prep School are reunited after 10 years, everything is not quite as it seems. An organised paintball trip ran by three smug marshals, led by Marshal Shelley (Katy Brand) puts them in the middle of nowhere, miles away from civilisation. The final game “Capture the fort” does not go according to plan and it is clear to them that there is a cold-blooded masked killer on the loose. With no real plan, they decide to make their way back to basecamp to try and call for help. Unintentionally getting split up does not improve their chances of survival, the killer proceeds to track down and kill each off one by one in the most intriguing way which links them to their profession. There are blood, guts, fire and explosions whilst each meets their gruesome untimely death. Who is this masked killer? Why the class of 2004? Has their past come to take it’s revenge? Questions then begin to be answered as the film takes an amazing turn and the twist is revealed. The last remaining school friends band together to lure the killer into a barn. Using any object they can lay their hands on to use as a weapon to aid them in the final kill or be killed fight to the death. Will anyone survive their 10th year school anniversary or is this the end of class of 2004?
The film is written by Chris Regan, directed by Darren Berry, and produced by Joe Hallett and Brendan Carr. It’s set to be released in 2020.
In the meantime, check out the trailer:
I’m definitely adding this one to my must-see list!