The poster for writer-director Renaud Gauthier’s horror movie, ‘Aquaslash.’

A killer vacation awaits for a group of high school students in the new horror movie, ‘Aquaslash.’ in honor of the drama’s upcoming release on VOD and in Drive-In theaters on June 23, courtesy of Red Hound Films, the distributor has unveiled the new red band trailer and poster for the feature.

‘Aquaslash’ was written and directed by Renaud Gauthier, who brought the Canadian-American murder mystery thriller to last summer’s Fantasia Film Festival for its world premiere. The filmmaker returned to the Canadian festival after he originally premiered his debut feature, ‘Discopathe,’ there in 2013.

Gauthier’s upcoming 80’s throwback movie stars Nicolas Fontaine, Brittany Drisdelle, Nick Walker, Madeline Harvey, Paul Zinno, Chip Chuipka, Howard Rosenstein, Ryan Ali, Cameron Geller, Lanisa Dawn and Ivan Ossa. has released the following synopsis for ‘Aquaslash’:

High school is over for the students of Valley Hills, and they’re ending it with a huge weekend bash at Wet Valley, a reportedly haunted water park stuck in the ’80’s where they can party like there’s no tomorrow. There is also a competition with a cash prize for the fastest team to fly down the slides, but the teens are unprepared for a razor-sharp surprise, as someone plots to slice up the competition.

For more information on ‘Aquaslash,’ visit its page on Red Hound Films’ official website.

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'Aquaslash's Official Red Band Trailer
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'Aquaslash's Official Red Band Trailer
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Red Hound Films has released the official red band trailer for writer-director Renaud Gauthier's horror movie, 'Aquaslash,' which stars Nicolas Fontaine and Brittany Drisdelle.

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By Karen Benardello

As a graduate of LIU Post with a B.F.A in Journalism, Print and Electronic, Karen Benardello serves as ShockYa's Senior Movies & Television Editor. Her duties include interviewing filmmakers and musicians, and scribing movie, television and music reviews and news articles. As a New York City-area based journalist, she's a member of the guilds, New York Film Critics Online and the Women Film Critics Circle.

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