Claymation goes R-rated in these promos for The Belko Experiment

Watch three truly disgusting clips from Greg McLean and James Gunn’s violent corporate satire.

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From the twisted minds of director Greg McLean and writer James Gunn, The Belko Experiment is a gory new horror movie that’s pitched somewhere between Office Space and Battle Royale.

It sees a group of 80 office workers pitted against one another in a fight-to-the-death scenario that plays out in increasingly grisly fashion. If that sounds like your kind of thing, we strongly recommend watching the film in cinemas when it’s released later this month.

Before then, whet your appetite with these hyperviolent claymation promos, each of which reimagines a scene from the actual film. The clips in question were created by brilliant/deranged British animator Lee Hardcastle, who specialises in stop-motion.

He’s perhaps best known for recreating ’80s action and horror films as stop-motion spoofs. When you’ve watched the below clips, be sure to check out A Good Clay to Die HardHamster Hell and The Evil Dead in 60 Seconds with Clay – just don’t say we didn’t warn you…

The Belko Experiment is released in cinemas 21 April.

Published 4 Apr 2017

Tags: Greg McLean James Gunn

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