Award-winning suspense thriller “B&B” announces US, Canada and UK release dates.

Award-winning suspense thriller “B&B”

B&B

announces US, Canada and UK release dates. 

US: October 13th

UK/CANADA: October 17th

(London, UK) – October 10th, 2017. Award-winning suspense thriller B&B, written and directed by BAFTA-nominated Joe Ahearne (Trance, The Replacement, Doctor Who) and produced by Jayne Chard (Dartmoor KillingI’ll Tell You), is set to be released this month in the US, Canada and UK. Peccadillo Pictures represents the film in the UK while US and Canada distribution is executed by Breaking Glass Pictures.

 

US / CANADA

Theatrical Release date: October 13th at Cinema Village in New York, NY.

VOD and DVD Release date in the US & Canada: October 17th.

VOD Platforms: iTunes, Google Play, Xbox, and through Shaw and other local cable providers.

 

UK

Theatrical Release dates: from October 17th at Hampstead Everyman Cinema in London. A Q&A with writer-director Joe Ahearne and actor Paul McGann will be held during the opening screening on October 17th.

DVD and VOD Release date in the UK: October 23rd.

VOD Platforms: iTunes, Amazon Video, Google Play, Sky Store.

 

Moreover, the film that The Hollywood Outsider calls “A Thriller Hitchcock Would Be Proud Of” and that Cryptic Rock rated with 4 Stars, has recently won three awards at the Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego:

 

          Best Director of a Feature Film: Joe Ahearne – B&B

          Best Actor in a Feature Film: Paul McGann – B&B

          Best Score in a Feature Film: Simon Birch and Dan Jones – B&B

 

B&B had previously won Best LGBT Feature at the London Independent Film Festival.

Marc (Tom Bateman) and Fred (Sean Teale) return to bait the owner (Paul McGann) of a remote Christian B&B who they had successfully sued him for not allowing them to share a bed. Events take a deadly turn when another guest arrives, who they think might have something sinister in mind. A smart, brutally funny and dark thriller.

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Dee Wallace Meets The Monster Exclusive Clip from ‘Red Christmas’ 

Dee Wallace Meets The Monster

Exclusive Clip from ‘Red Christmas’ 

Genre icon Dee Wallace (The Hills Have Eyes, The Howling, E.T., Cujo, Critters) stars in a critically acclaimed role as the stressed-out mother of a squabbling family, gathered together in a remote Outback estate on Christmas Eve.  Their petty dramas threaten to blacken the holiday until a mysterious and deformed stranger appears at the door seeking bloody vengeance.

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on Blu-ray/DVD/VOD

Red Christmas comes out October 17th on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Vudu and more.

Trailer Alert – Blood Runs Thick

Lucky Strike Films in Associate with Wardours Street pictures and director Romane Simon have released the official theatrical poster and teaser trailer for their brand new movie, Blood Runs Thick.

Synopsis: A beautiful young woman struggles with frightening hallucinations and a crumbling mental state after her husband goes missing.

Cast: Emily Killian (The Chosen, Wet Hot American Summer), Tom Sizemore (Natural Born Killers, Twin Peaks), Matthew Ashford (Days of our Lives, The Bay), Judi Evans (Days of our Lives, The Bay), Alexander Man (Voodoo Retribution, Hybristophilia), Brooklyn Robinson (Throwing Shade, Pineapple), Isaac Rhino Aaron, with Special appearance by Lilian Lev, Anjelika Kaufman-Joyce-JP Joyce, Ewart Chin, Karra Mane, Carolyn Dupree

Warriors’ Gate Out on DVD and DHD 2nd October

Warriors’ Gate

Out on DVD and DHD 2nd October

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“Fantastically staged action set-pieces” Nerdly
“Brilliantly choreographed battle scenes ” HeyUGuys

Fast sell

A thrilling martial arts fantasy adventure about a videogamer transported into an epic fighting world, from the minds behind Taken, The Fifth Element and The Karate Kid.

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Synopsis:

While working as a store assistant, teen gamer Jack Bronson stumbles across a curious antique casket, which turns out to be a time portal – and out of which comes Princess Su Lin, on the run from sword wielding warriors. Jack becomes friends with the princess and helps her adapt to modern life, until she is transported back to ancient China.

With the help of a time-travelling wizard, Jack goes through the portal in a bid to rescue Su Lin, who is about to be married against her will to the tyrannical barbarian King Arun.

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Key talent: 

Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy, Spectre)
Sienna Guillory (High Rise, Resident Evil: Apocalypse)
Francis Ng (Exiled, Infernal Affairs 2)
Luc Besson (The Fifth Element, Taken, The Transporter)
Robert Kamen (Taken, The Karate Kid)
Matthias Hoene (Director, Cockneys vs Zombies)

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We like it because:

Is there no end to prolific film maker Luc Besson’s imagination? Not content with redefining sci-fi with the likes of The Fifth Element, Lucy and Valerian, directing classics including The Professional and Subway, and starting the hit Transporter and Taken franchises, he also co-wrote this breathtaking fantasy adventure, teaming up with  Karate Kid writer Robert Kamen for this mix of Tron and Time Bandits and The Last Dragon.

Familiar TV face Uriah Shelton (Girl Meets World) makes an admirable big screen lead as the teen forced to confront dangerous warriors he’d previously only fought in his video games; and legendary WWE star-turned-blockbuster actor Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy, Kickboxer: Vengeance) adds to his roster of memorable big screen parts, here as the fearsome face-painted villain Arun who Jack must defeat to save the princess.

Director Matthias Hoene deftly handles the big scale fight scenes, having had previous form wrangling bloodthirsty hordes with his horror hit Cockneys vs Zombies, while Besson and Kamen’s script is a pleasing mix of genres that harks back to 80s action-adventure crowd-pleasers. This is a fantastically entertaining big budget spectacle that Nerdly describes as “the perfect afternoon matinee movie”.