OLD 37, a psychological slasher about two brothers posing as paramedics who intercept 911 calls in a retired old ambulance, will be premiering at HorrorHound Film Festival this year in Cincinnati, Ohio! The screening will be held on Saturday, March 21st, at 8PM.


In addition, OLD 37 writer and producer Paul Travers will be speaking on a panel alongside four other indie filmmakers prior to the screening. This Q&A style panel will take place from 11AM to 12PM on Saturday, March 21st. For more information regarding HorrorHound Weekend, including purchasing tickets, visit www.horrorhoundweekend.com.


Regarding the premiere, HorrorHound Film Festival Director Jason Hignite stated, “HorrorHound is honored to be bringing the world premiere of OLD 37 to horror fans. The anticipation for this film has people salivating. We are excited to be presenting the madness that only Moseley and Hodder can deliver!”


Writer and Producer Paul Travers shared, “We are beyond excited to unleash OLD 37 on Horror Hounds 25k horror maniacs. We feel that this is the best possible venue to give a first look at the film that has taken so many years, blood sweat and tears to get finished. We will be forever grateful for the HH team for welcoming us to the festival.”


Fast paced and blood soaked, OLD 37 taps into the most basic human fear, vulnerability. The words “don’t worry I’m a paramedic” will make you think twice before dialing 9-1-1, similar to what Jaws did with people going into the water. For more information on OLD 37, please visit www.OLD37TheMovie.com.


The film stars Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet) and Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) as twisted brothers working together to exact revenge on some careless teen drivers.