Is there such thing as an MMA horror movie? There is now. Introducing HellKat, coming from Uncork’d Entertainment this Groundhog’s Day.
Katrina used to fight in the MMA championships, but after a series of failures, she’s out. She wants nothing to do with professional fighting anymore. The only thing that could possibly get her back in the ring was if it was the only way to save her son’s life. And wouldn’t you know it, that’s exactly what the circumstances are. Katrina’s got no choice but to go through hell.
We seriously, literally mean she has to go through hell. The tournament is behind held IN HELL. Boy, is that annoying! With the fate of her son’s soul on the line, and possibly her own, she better have the right moves…
HellKat stars Sarah T. Cohen, Ryan Davies, Serhat Metin, Adrian Bouchet, AJ Blackwell, Clive Cohen, Abi Casson Thompson, Ricardo Freitas, Arthur Boan, Michael Hoad, and Jon Callaway. It was written and directed by Scott Jeffrey & Rebecca J Matthews, and it’ll be on DVD and digital platforms on February 2.
MMA horror movie HellKat premieres on DVD and Digital February 2, 2021 from Uncork’d Entertainment. Katrina is a washed-up MMA fighter who must come back to the ring and fight in a tournament to save her son’s life. But the tournament is in hell, and she will have to fight her way past man, beasts, and the demons that haunt her from within.
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