While Hans Zimmer is better known these days for his relationship with directors like Christopher Nolan, it was Nico Mastorakis who helped first get his foot in the door of the industry. One of Zimmer’s earliest credits was on Mastorakis’ slice of ‘80s horror nastiness “The Zero Boys” (he would also score the director’s next effort, “Terminal Exposure“) and the film has now been given a fresh 2K restoration by Arrow Video for its upcoming Blu-ray release.
Kelli Maroney leads the movie that follows a group of friends who head to the woods for a weekend of survival games, only to wind up fighting for their actual lives against a group of inbred, bloodthirsty maniacs. Featuring some gruesome scenes that would lay the path for pictures like “Hostel” and “Saw,” this one is a must for horror buffs.
Check out our exclusive clip from the movie below which teases the danger lurking in the woods. “The Zero Boys” is in stores on April 26th.