After a successful run at the HorrorHound Film Festival; Old 37 is set to be released in both the United States and Canada courtesy of Epic and Anchor Bay Canada. While no concrete release has been set, both are committed to both home video and digital releases.

The film stars genre icons Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley on a horrific ride in a makeshift ambulance as they intercept emergency calls. Sounds pretty awesome, so read on below for all of the juicy details :

OLD 37, a psychological slasher about two brothers (Kane Hodder + Bill Moseley) posing as paramedics who intercept 911 calls in a retired old ambulance, has partnered with Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada and Epic Pictures Group for the film’s North American distribution. Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada will be handling the Canadian market, while Epic’s growing distribution division, Epic Pictures Releasing, will be handling the United States.

EPIC Pictures COO Shaked Berenson stated, “We are proud to add this highly anticipated gem to Epic’s growing release slate. Fans will surely appreciate Travers’ gritty characters and intense atmosphere.”

Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada shares a similar sentiment with Susan Curran, Director of Marketing and Acquisitions, noting that “OLD 37 is one heck of a ride full of gore and terror. We’re delighted to be working with Big Picture Media for the Canadian home video and digital release.”

Epic’s CEO Patrick Ewald added, “In OLD 37 you have Kane Hodder (who played Jason in four of the Friday the 13th movies) and Bill Moseley (from Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects and House of 1000 Corpses) playing a pair of deranged brothers who work as paramedics to exact revenge on unsuspecting teenagers. How much better can you get in a horror film?”

Fresh off the worldwide premiere at HorrorHound Film Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio, where the film won the award for Best Feature Film, the audience went wild. OLD 37 writer and producer Paul Travers and actor Kane Hodder were onsite for a Q&A after the premiere, and the positive reactions in the theater were palpable. HorrorHound Film Festival Director Jason Hignite said, “OLD 37 comes through with in-your-face visceral horror.”

Fast-paced and blood-soaked, OLD 37 taps into the most basic human fear, vulnerability. The words “don’t worry I’m a paramedic” will make you think twice before dialing 9-1-1.

The film stars Kane Hodder (Friday the 13th, Hatchet) and Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, House of 1000 Corpses) as twisted brothers working together to exact revenge on some careless teen drivers. Already featured by Fangoria, MTV, The Insider, J14 Magazine, DreadCentral, BloodyDisgusting, IHorror, HorrorHound, and more, the star cast includes Brandi Cyrus (Hannah Montana, Zoey 101), Caitlin Harris (The Secret Life of the American Teenager), Olivia Alexander (Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader, Killer Eye), Maxwell Zagorski, Maggie Keane Williams (Audition), Ben Schneider, Mindy White (States, Lydia), Sascha Knopf (Shallow Hal, Expiration Date), and more.

OLD 37 features a performance from ARIA-winning Australian rock band Sheppard. The band, which performs live in a party scene in the film, also has 4 songs featured on the soundtrack. Each song is off their new full length debut, Bombs Away, which premiered at #2 on the ARIA Charts and is certified gold. Other musicians featured on the OLD 37 soundtrack include The Used, Circa Survive, Night Riots, States, Death on Two Wheels, Survival Guide, DariusTX, and Emii.

Written and produced by Paul Travers with producing partners Carrie Alton, Evan Greenhill, and Dayna Ghiraldi with music composed by Darius Holbert (Hobo With a Shotgun, World’s Greatest Dad, Cedar Rapids) and blood, guts, and scares provided by Brian Spears and Pete Gerner (We Are What We Are, Late Phases, V/H/S), this team is ready to bring the sirens.