– By VS
Cinema Epoch has acquired the distribution rights of Indian international Horror film Islamic Exorcist. The film is written and directed by controversial Indian film maker Faisal Saif and is in English language. Islamic Exorcist is based on a True Story that happened in India and depicts the controversial understanding between Shia and Sunni Muslim community.
The studio which is backed by acclaimed film maker Gregory Hatanaka revealed the film’s First Poster and Trailer (below).
Cinema Epoch has produced and distributed films such as John Woo’s The Killer, Samurai Cop 1 & 2, Daryl Hannah’s Blind Revenge, Holy Terror to name a few. The Studio is distributing the film all across USA, Canada, UK, Germany and Japan.
Film maker Faisal Saif said “I got lots of life threats from the Muslim and Shia Muslim community to not to make this film. It is my honor to be associated with a studio like Cinema Epoch which gave me a huge freedom on my creativity and my film. This is not the only film we will be working on. Film maker Geno McGahee along with myself is writing another horror for the studio as a tribute to a classic horror which we have seen and grown with.”
Islamic Exorcist which stars Kavita Radheshyam, who is tagged as India’s Kim Kardashian, will be released by Cinema Epoch this year on VOD. However, I would request the makers also release the film on DVD and Blu-Ray as such movies are widely seen and appreciated on these outlets.
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The Triple Six Horror Film Festival 2017 announces its full line-up for May 27th and 28th at AMC Manchester.
Triple Six is a new international film festival that aims to celebrate everything that is great in new independent horror filmmaking. Showing 9 features and 12 shorts over two days at the AMC cinema complex in Manchester, Triple Six has films from around the world while also having a British backbone throughout.
Full Weekend tickets are on sale from TODAY (April 3rd) and are strictly limited. On sale for just four weeks they allow the holder to see all 9 films, 12 shorts and the live Q&A and are priced at just £30 each and are available HERE.Read on...