Movies In Focus is watching director Steven LaMorte’s 3 Hours Until Dead simply because it’s based on Richard Connell’s The Most Dangerous Game – and that should be the reason that you watch it as well. However, it also looks like it might just offer some fun B-movie thrills. And who doesn’t want that?
Check out the trailer:
Following a disastrous boat accident, professional big game hunter and celebrity playboy Rick Rainsford (John Hennigan) is washed up on a deserted island with his reluctant companion Anna (Michelle Taylor). While attempting to save another gravely injured survivor they encounter Colonel Zaroff (Eric Etebari), a psychopathic ex-KGB Agent and his menacing assistant Ivan (Joseph Gatt).Soon the pair discover Zaroff is a hunter of human game who sets booby traps for his unfortunate prey. Tracked across the rugged island, Rick and Anna must work together to disarm Zaroff’s deadly traps and survive his brutal attacks. The game is on – can they escape the island alive?3 Hours Until Dead is based on the classic Richard Connell short story The Most Dangerous Game (1924), which also influenced the classic horror The Most Dangerous Game (1932) from King Kong (1933) director Ernest B. Schoedsack.Starring: John Hennigan (Sharknado 5, Hercules Reborn), Michelle Taylor (Dark Amazon), Eric Etebari (2 Fast 2 Furious, The Infiltrator), Joseph Gatt (Game of Thrones).
3 Hours Until Dead is available on Digital 7 May from Left Films.