Multi-platform studio Vuguru has released 3 more films on Hulu Plus as part of an exclusive video-on-demand licensing agreement.
The three indie films are: the comedy Play Nice (pictured), horror flick Crawlspace, and dark comedy The Fuzz, all of which are already streaming on the U.S. SVOD site.
This multi-title push follows the recent U.S. premiere of Vuguru’s action/thriller The Millionaire Tour on Hulu and Hulu Plus in March.
More about the films that are part of Thursday’s announcement:
- The Fuzz stars College Humor’s Jon Gabrus and Funny or Die’s Nate Lang. It’s about a puppet cop tired of being treated like a joke by the human officers on the police force. The movie is directed by Duncan Skiles, produced by 3 Arts Entertainment, Jon Watts and Chris Ford, and co-written by Skiles, Ford and Watts.
- Play Nice is about the mishaps of a couple trying to get their son into an exclusive preschool. Mary Lynn Rajskub (24: Live another Day) stars and produces alongside Collette Wolfe (Hot Tub Time Machine) and David Hoffman (Bridesmaids). It’s directed by Rodman Flender (Suburgatory, The Office), co-produced by Joy Gohring and Ryan Lewis, and written by Lindsay Stidham and Jill Bartlett.
- Crawlspace follows a banker who moves his family into a foreclosed house that has a dark past. It stars Steven Weber (The Big Year, 2 Broke Girls) and Lori Laughlin (90210, Full House). The movie, which recently premiered on Showtime Networks, is directed by Josh Stolberg (Piranha 3D, Sorority Row), produced by Mike Karz and Jamie Burke, and written by Josh Stolberg and Nick Tavarella.