Today: June 14, 2024
Gill Eeckelaert is Kai the feral boy, helper of the Poacher in Welp/CUB (Jonas Govaerts/Potemkino 2014).

Reconsider the family camping holiday this Summer, one of the year’s most talked about horrors is heading your way.  Altitude Film Distribution are releasing Sitges Film Festival winner Jonas Govaerts’ CUB in cinemas on demand on 31 July. Own CUB on DVD from 3 August.

Sam, an imaginative but vulnerable twelve year-old, heads off to camp with his Cub Scouts troupe.  Mistrusted by the pack leader Peter and isolated by the other scouts, he becomes convinced a terrible fate awaits them in the forest after he discovers a mysterious lair.  When Sam tries to warn them, they ignore him and his darkest fears soon come to life as one by one his fellow scouts are hunted down leaving him to fight back to survive.

CUB will also be available to own and rent from all good digital platforms.

CUB IS IN CINEMAS AND ON DEMAND ON 31 JULY.

OWN IT ON DVD FROM 3 AUGUST.

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