Bingo Hell release date, cast, synopsis, trailer and more
Welcome to Blumhouse is giving fans another installment for 2021. Amazon Prime Video is ready to release some new horror from Blumhouse with four new films for this Halloween season. Bingo Hell might just be the creepiest of the four new films that will be releasing in October.
Gigi Saul Guerrero writes and directs, and also stars in this film. She is known for directing episodes of The Purge and the anthology series Into the Dark. Executive Producers for the film are Jason Blum, Lisa Bruce, Jeremy Gold, Marci Wiseman, Raynor Shima, and Lauren Downey.
Welcome to Blumhouse premiered in 2020 with the first four films, The Lie, Black Box, Evil Eye, and Nocturne. This year they continue to the anthology with four new films, Bingo Hell, The Manor, Black as Night, and Madres.
Bingo Hell release date
Amazon Prime will release Bingo Hell on Oct. 1. This film looks like a great one to kick off your horror viewing season.
Bingo Hell cast
The film stars Adriana Barraza, L. Scott Caldwell, Richard Brake, Bertila Damas, Gigi Saul Guerrero, Clayton Landey, Joshua Caleb Johnson, David Jensen, Grover Coulson, Jonathan Medina, Kelly Murtaugh, and Wendy Conrad.
Bingo Hell synopsis
A group of feisty senior citizens fights against a sinister figure who threatens the way of life in their low-income community. This is an original horror movie that features a fiendish yet funny twist.
When Mr. Big (Blake) takes over their bingo hall, the citizens realize something terrifying has moved into the neighborhood. They decide to stand up to whatever is making the body count rise in Oak Springs.
Bingo Hell trailer
The trailer is bloody and wild and unexpected. I think this might be one of the crazier of the four in this year’s Welcome to Blumhouse films. It is interesting to see a group of seniors citizens standing up to whatever evil comes their way.
Be sure to check out all four films in the Welcome to the Blumhouse anthology of films. Bingo Hell releases on Amazon Prime Video on Oct. 1.