VOD Suffers a Blackout in July
What's this? Another story featuring a movie starring Bill Oberst, Jr., already? The man, who's quickly establishing himself as one of the horror genre's elite players, works quickly; and we're happy everyone's taking notice.
Next on the block for Bill is Matt Hacker's new film Blackout, which is slated for release July 5th on Cable-on-Demand as well as numerous VOD platforms including: Time Warner on Demand, Direct TV, Comcast, Dish Network, AT&T, PS3, Xbox 360, Netflix, Redbox Instant, iTunes, VUDU, CinemaNow, Google Play, and Amazon Video On Demand.
Timothy Woodward, Jr., also stars in this second film to be released as part of the multi-picture distribution deal between Gravitas Ventures and Sky Studios International.
The film follows a young attorney, Harley Roberts (Woodward), and mystifying apartment supervisor Rommel Stanton (Oberst) when the bodies of several young women who were both distant and very close mysteriously appear in Roberts’ apartment. Roberts soon asks his friend Alfred Lewis (Robert Covington) to help him regain his sanity and prove his innocence by helping him get rid of the bodies, but to his dismay it potentially digs a deeper hole straight to his cell.
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