October 12 — The horror-comedy feature film SLAW, a loose parody of the SAW film franchise, had its world premiere to a packed house on Wednesday October 12 at the Studio Movie Grill in Duluth, Georgia.
The film follows two “foodie” brothers who kidnap anyone who ruins their dining experience, forcing them to all “play a game.” These games include a healthy helping of “Mama’s World Famous Coleslaw” (“it’s the best in the world, you know.”).
Headlined by Kevin Nash (as himself) and Gregory Alan Williams (as Commissioner Kelly), the film stars John Kap and Aaron Beelner as the foodie brothers, with the rest of the cast comprising a virtual who’s-who of Georgia acting talent. SLAW is written by Kap and Richard Tavernaro and directed by Matt Green.
Currently being considered by several major platform distributors, SLAW aims for theatrical and/or cable broadcast release in the Spring of 2017.