What’s the best hangover cure? Catch the crew whose odds are so not in their favour. The Hungover Games, a parody of The Hangover and The Hunger Games series, will be
released on Digital HD October 27th and DVD November 10th from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The comedy ensemble includes Tara Reid (American Pie, Sharknado), Jamie Kennedy (Malibu’s Most Wanted), Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie’s), Ben Begley (‘NCIS: Los Angeles’, ‘Franklin & Bash’), Ross Nathan (the Bollywood hit English Vinglish), Herbert Russell (‘Law & Order’, ‘Robot Chicken’) and John Livingston (Mr. Wrong, The Stickup). Katnip Everlean is played by up-and-comer Rita Volk. Additional appearances include Bruce Jenner, Hank Baskett, RobertWagner, Kayden Kross, and the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ stars Kyle Richards, Brandi Glanville and Camille Grammer.
The Hungover Games DVD offers more than 20 minutes of bonus content including “Go
Deep Inside The Hungover Games,” a behind-the-scenes look into the making of the film, plus exclusive interviews with the star-studded cast. The Gag Reel will keep you laughing out loud well after the credits roll.
Synopsis: After celebrating Doug’s upcoming wedding in a cut rate hotel in Laughlin, Nevada, our hungover party-ers, Bradley, Ed and Zach, wake up in a strange room in an even stranger world… and without their pal, Doug. After meeting the haughty and flighty Effing and the gruff, alcoholic Justmitch, our trio puts the pieces together and realises that they are on a train car headed to The Hungover Games. But instead of the twelve districts of The Hunger Games, our guys have to go toe to toe against various Pop Culture Districts, including The Superhero District, The Middle Earth District, The Puppet District, and The Johnny Depp District.
“The Hungover Games,” written by David Bernstein, Kyle Barnett Anderson and Jamie Kennedy marks the directorial debut of Josh Stolberg. Producers are Ash R. Shah, Ben Feingold, Jim Busfield, Steve Small and Jamie Kennedy. For additional film news, please visit the official Facebook page here.
The film’s run time is approximately 81 minutes and is rated 18.