Jennifer Ellison, Andy Serkis and Reece Shearsmith serve up the grossest of gore in the hell-for-leather, spectacularly gruesome, British horror-comedy The Cottage. A bloody blend of Shaun of the Dead and Severance, The Cottage is released to buy and rent on DVD on 14 July 2008 from Pathé Distribution Ltd. Written and directed by Paul Andrew Williams (London to Brighton), The Cottage tells the story of a bungled kidnapping turned backwoods massacre.
In the dead of night, a car arrives at a secluded country cottage. Bickering brothers David (Serkis; Lord of the Rings Trilogy; King Kong) and Peter (Shearsmith; The League of Gentlemen) kidnap Tracey (Jennifer Ellison) in a desperate moneymaking scheme with the help of her black sheep step-brother Andrew (Steven O'Donnell), while hiding out in a remote cottage from her ganglord father.
However, all does not go to plan as Tracey turns the tables on her captors and escapes with Peter as a hostage. David and Andrew follow them into the woods but they soon discover something far more terrifying is lurking in the darkness. All hell breaks loose in a grotesquely comic battle for survival when all four stumble across a psychopathic farmer who is hell-bent on reaping a harvest of human heads. As maximum carnage ensues who will survive and what will be left of them?
Painful, gory and very, very funny, The Cottage on DVD is packed with blood-thirsty special features including an Audio Commentary, Deleted scenes, Outtakes and a Making of featurette. Guaranteed to leave you in stitches and its cast chopped into tiny pieces, don't miss The Cottage on DVD, a fabulously deranged and relentlessly hilarious treat for horror fans everywhere this summer!
- Making of featurette
- Deleted scenes with audio commentary
- Easter Egg - swear count
- Theatrical trailer
- Photo gallery
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.