Trailer For Crime Mystery “End Of The Rope” With Joseph Gray Released

end-of-the-ropeThe film is based on the infamous true story of the Charles Bannon case in the 1930s. It follows Sheriff CA Jacobson and States Attorney Sam Taylor as they try to find out what happened to the Haven Family.

The synopsis says, “when a family mysteriously disappears, the local sheriff struggles to keep order in a town set on vengeance.”

Along with Joseph Gray, the film also stars Chris Bylsma, Joseph Bezenek, Nick Saxton, Tiffany Cornwell, Megan Hensely, Christine Weber, and Charles O’Haver.

“End of the Rope” is directed by Charlie Griak, from a screenplay written by Daniel Bielinski and Griak.

The End of the Rope is currently in select theaters.


Official Trailer for “A Haunting In Venice” Released

The upcoming supernatural mystery thriller is based on Hallowe’en Party by Agatha Christie, with director Kenneth Branagh reprising his role as Hercule Poirot.

In post-World War II Venice, Poirot, now retired and living in his own exile, reluctantly attends a seance. But when one of the guests is murdered, it is up to the former detective to once again uncover the killer.

The film stars Kelly Reilly, Kenneth Branagh, Michelle Yeoh, Jamie Dornan, Emma Laird, Tina Fey, Camille Cottin, Kyle Allen.

20th Century Studios film is set for release on September 15, 2023.


“The Cow Who Sang A Song Into The Future” Sets Theatrical Release May 19

The-Cow-Who-Sang-A-Song-Into-The-FutureAcclaimed at the Sundance, San Francisco, Seattle, and Frameline film festivals, Kino Lorber, has announced the North American theatrical releases of the poignant and stunning debut feature by Chilean filmmaker Francisca Alegría, The Cow Who Sang a Song Into the Future (La vaca que cantó una canción hacia el futuro).

The elegiac eco-fable opens on Friday, May 19, at the Quad Cinema in New York City, and on Friday, May 26 at the Landmark Nuart in Los Angeles, followed by other cities across the country.

It begins at a river in the south of Chile where fish are dying due to pollution from a nearby factory. Amid their floating bodies, long-deceased Magdalena bubbles up to the surface gasping for air, bringing with her old wounds and a wave of family secrets. This shocking return sends her widowed husband into turmoil and prompts their daughter Cecilia to return home to the family’s dairy farm with her own children.

Magdalena’s presence reverberates among her family, instigating fits of laughter and despair in equal measure with all but Cecilia’s eldest child, a transgender teenager, who finds much-needed comfort in their grandmother’s love and unconditional understanding during a time of transition.

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