Genre distributor Terror Films has acquired the worldwide digital rights to Dave Palamaro’s critically acclaimed “whodunnit” horror flick, MURDER MADE EASY.
Terror Films has already begun the digital release with the film currently available here on iTunes and Google Play. The expansion onto additional digital platforms will continue in the coming weeks to include Xbox, Prime Video, Roku, iFlix and many others. The expansion begins this September 27th.
MURDER MADE EASY has an intriguing story and was initially released on DVD and Blu-ray by Scream Team Releasing. The film, which won the Indie Spirit Award from the Women in Horror Film Festival (2017), centers around best pals Joan (Jessica Graham) and Michael (Christopher Soren Kelly). Together, they invite their dearest friends over for a cordial dinner to discuss the passing of Joan’s husband, Neil. But as each guest arrives, dark secrets are revealed and murder is definitely on the menu.
The film hosts a number of talented filmmakers. Christopher Soren Kelly (“Fargo”, “Infinity Chamber”), Jessica Graham (“BnB Hell”) star alongside Shiela Cutchlow (“The Wire”, “True Detective”), Edmund Lupinski (“Hello My Name Is Doris”), Daniel Ahearn (“SMILF”), Emilia Richeson(“Psycho Sleepover”) and Paul Rose Jr.(“Bones”, “Castle”).
The film score was composed by Sean Spillane (“The Woman”, “Jug Face”, “Tales of Halloween”).
The script was written by Tim Davis (“Boston’s Finest”, “Big Medicine”), with David Palamaro (In Heaven There Is No Beer) directing and was produced alongside David Barnaby (Folklore, Embers of the Sky) and Jessica Graham.
Terror Films has revamped the official trailer and poster, which they are providing for horror fans in advance of the September 27th digital release. Check out our review of the film here.
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