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Trailer: New Zealand presents “FRESH MEAT” to Tribeca

A cannibalistic Kiwi twist on the old “criminals running into folks much badder than themselves” is hitting the Tribeca Film Festival and VOD. 

Directed by MEET THE FEEBLES co-writer Danny Mulheron, the film sees “a dysfunctional gang’s prison breakout go violently wrong. They need a hideout in a hurry. Picking the McMansion of a middle-class family in the suburbs seems like a safe bet, until it becomes clear that this particular family has reintroduced some very old-fashioned cuisine to their table. Will the Tans escape the trap, or is there gangster in the casserole tonight? A gruesomely funny, no-holds-barred comedy with style to burn, FRESH MEAT will leave you hungry for more.”

FRESH MEAT plays Tribeca April 23, but wouldn’t you know, you can see it on Demand thanks to Tribeca Film, itself on April 16; a cool deal since this cuisine-based horror/comedy looks like a lot of fun.

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