Cast, crew and assorted stars to attend Knuckle Draggers L.A. premiere and after-party

The Los Angeles premiere of the comedy Knuckle Draggers happens this Wednesday, August 12th, starting at 7:30pm. The star-filled event will be presented in association with the HollyShorts Film Festival at the Laemmle Sunset 5, 8000 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036.

Linda Hamilton, Cuba Gooding Sr., Richard Tyson, David DeLuise, Judd Nelson, Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus, Alexis Arquette, Chris Slade (from AC/DC), Alfonso Freeman, the cast of Knuckle Draggers and many more will attend this special screening of Knuckle Draggers.

Knuckle Draggers is taking the festival circuit by storm with only three festivals under its belt it has already claimed 5 Awards. Taking home two “Rising Star” awards – at the Delray Beach Film Festival “Outstanding Feature by a New Filmmaker/ Producer” and “Best Close-up” in a feature film, and from the ReelHeART Film Fest in Toronto Knuckle Draggers grabs “Best Editing” – Alex Ranarivelo, “Best Feature Film” – 2nd place Alex Ranarivelo and “Best Actor” – Paul J. Alessi.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets to the special screening.

Join the cast and crew afterwards at The Spanish Kitchen, 826 North La Cienega Blvd., West Hollywood, CA 90069.

More about Knuckle Draggers

Written and directed by Alex Ranarivelo, produced by Paul J. Alessi, and co-produced by Amie Barsky and Baptiste DeRivel Knuckle Draggers takes a humorous but very real look at the state of modern male/female relationships. It’s a relationship movie from a male perspective.

The story follows Ethan, an all around nice guy who gets dumped because he wasn’t able to provide his fiancée with the plush, stable life her friends were living. Desperate to get her back, he seeks help from his older brother Kyle, a tough talking sexist who seems to have a way with the ladies. Kyle gives Ethan a crash course on women and dating much to the disgust of some of Ethan’s female friends. Just when it seems Kyle’s misogynistic theories are about to prove themselves true, things take an unexpected turn and force Ethan, Kyle and their friends to reassess their views on relationships.

In the spirit of movies like Swingers and Brothers McMullen, Knuckle Draggers gives us a unique point of view, a timely message, and a lot of heart. Not another indie film about friends hanging out, Knuckle Draggers provokes questions about what modern couples want versus what they need, and how their needs may not have evolved much from those of our caveman ancestors.

The cast includes Ross McCall, Paul J. Alessi, Omar Gooding, Amie Barsky, Danielle Nicolet, Justin Baldoni, Serah D’Laine and Jennifer Alden.