Signature Presents the Digital HD Releases in September
Synopsis: An intense, gritty and riveting crime thriller following two LAPD officers as they hunt two cop killers on the loose in a city about to boil over. Training Day meets End of Watch, Bulletproof is a brutal look at the extreme danger and unthinkable sacrifices police officers face when they commit to serve and protect the public. Starring Thomas Jane (The Mist), Luke Kleintank (Man in the High Castle) and Bridgit Moynahan.
Synopsis: Frightfest Presents and Signature Entertainment present TWO HEAD CREEK, a cannibalistic tale of Brits abroad, and a very witty slice of shocks and horror, starring Kathryn Wilder (All is True) and Stephen Hunter (The Hobbit Trilogy). After the death of their adoptive mother, a shy butcher and his drama queen sister leave the UK and adventure to Australia in search of their biological mother, but the local townsfolk of Two Heads Creek are hiding a dark secret: the pair must reconcile their differences to fight for their lives in this playfully dark comedy-horror. The BBQ is lit and it’s kill-or-be-killed in this hilarious, once-in-a-lifetime trip, also starring Gary Sweet (Wolf Creek) and Kerry Armstrong (Lantana). Two Heads Creek comes from the producers of Better Watch Out.
Synopsis: I USED TO GO HERE is a fun and quirky coming-of-age story from the producers of Sorry to Bother You, starring Gillian Jacobs (Community) and Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords).
Her engagement is called off, her first book isn’t doing so well, and all her friends are having babies. Kate Conklin (Jacobs) is in a real rut when out of nowhere she gets a call from her old professor, David Kirkpatrick (Clement), asking her to come back to her old university to do a reading. She gets sucked into college life again, hanging out with students and reconnecting with her old self.
Synopsis: When disaster strikes it’s every man for himself. In this Norwegian language thriller a truck explodes in a mountain tunnel, leaving hundreds of people fighting for their lives.
Synopsis: Providing thrills, twists and chills all supported by great performances from a stellar cast, the haunting THE BAY OF SILENCE will be released in September. When Will (Claes Bang, Dracula) discovers his wife Rosalind (Olga Kurylenko, Quantum of Solace) and their three children have suddenly disappeared, his perfect world begins to unravel. Will sets off on a frantic search across Europe, finally locating them in a remote village in northern France. Relief soon turns to horror when he discovers his baby son has mysteriously died. Not knowing who he can trust, Will sets out to discover the truth about his wife’s disappearance and the death of his son, complicated by Rosalind’s mother (Alice Krige, Star Trek: First Contact) and former stepfather (Golden Globe™ winner Brian Cox, The Bourne Identity), who want to ‘protect’ Rosalind for their own reasons. Directed by Academy Award™ nominee Paula van der Oest (Accused) and written by and also starring British actor Caroline Goodall (Schindler’s List). THE BAY OF SILENCE is based on the novel of the same name by Lisa St Aubin de Terán.
Synopsis: Repression is a gripping and twisty Hitchcock-esque thriller set in Scotland with a staller British cast, including Peter Mullan and Rebecca Front. When therapist Marianne moves to a remote area of Scotland, her attempts at a new life is thrown off course by one of her patients, ten year old Manny who claims he can see and control her future. Marianne struggles against both the wall of silence from her colleagues and her own mind as she tries to uncover the truth behind Manny’s drawings.