‘The hunt is on’
Guns of Eden is a 2022 American action crime thriller about a group of weekend campers being hunted by an armed militia.
The Digital Guerrilla Cinema-Macrocosm Productions movie stars Alexandra Faye Sadeghian, Peter Johnson, Nicole Colon, Dominic Luongo, Lynn Lowry, Tim O’Hearn, Kim Piazza, Xander Goldman, Sara Manzella, Brandon Machajewski, Nicholas John Morgan Anderson, Jessica Zwolak, Eugene Bofill and Andrew Dale.
Megan (Alexandra Faye Sadeghian), her partner Jeremy (Peter Johnson), and his friends Blake (Dominic Luongo) and Gabriella (Nicole Colon) go camping for the weekend. In the woods, Megan and Jeremy witness the execution of a drug trafficker by the local sheriff and his deputies. The campers attempt to flee, however, the deputies seal off the mountain, and the sheriff gets an armed militia to hunt the strangers…
Guns of Eden had its World Premiere at Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival in Buffalo, New York on Friday, August 19th, 2022.
In the US, Guns of Eden will be released on DVD and Digital by Uncork’d Entertainment on December 6, 2022.
Featuring several top-notch performances, multiple brutal hand-to-hand brawls, and tons of wicked firearms, Guns of Eden moves along at a breakneck pace, rarely letting up once the action begins, which is exactly what you want out of an action movie. Alexandra Faye Sadeghian and Peter Johnson are revelations…” 10/10, 411 Mania
” …I can tell without the shadow of a doubt that if I did want to try and count the bullets fired in Guns of Eden, id lost count within the first 15 minutes for sure and the gunfire doesn’t let up through the rest of the film either. Pun intended, but I had a blast watching Guns of Eden, it’s crazy, it’s loud and it’s fun.” From Page 2 Screen
“Guns of Eden delivers plenty of action and plenty of hardware, Lamberson even managed to stretch the budget far enough to get some scenes with a chopper giving Preacher and his boys air support. He also gives us an amusing mix of bad guys ranging from laughable to lethal. The groups range from a rather inbred family to some lethal lesbians […] On the downside, the pacing is a bit wonky and the kills could have been spread out a bit more through the last half of the film rather than in a massive cluster near the end.” 3.5 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony