RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, will release THE POSTCARD KILLINGS on May 19, 2020, on DVD and Blu-Ray.
In THE POSTCARD KILLINGS, based on the James Patterson and Liza Marklund #1 New York Times bestselling novel, NY Detective Jacob Kanon’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) world is destroyed when his daughter and son-in-law are brutally murdered in London. Unable to sit idly by and do nothing, Jacob travels to London to get the answers he needs. As he learns of similar heinous murders happening across Europe – each preceded by a postcard sent to a local journalist – Jacob is in a race against time to stop the killings and find justice for his little girl.
The action-thriller stars Jeffrey Dean Morgan (“The Walking Dead”, “Supernatural”), Famke Janssen (X-Men franchise, “Hemlock Grove”), Cush Jumbo (“The Good Fight”, City of Tiny Lights), Joachim Król (Run Lola Run, Gloomy Sunday), Steven Mackintosh (Rocketman, “Luther”), and Denis O’Hare (“American Horror Story”, Swallow).
Written by Andrew Stern (Disconnect, Nurses), Ellen Furman (Bigger, The Infiltrator), Liza Marklund, and Tove Alsterdal (Så olika), the film was directed by Academy Award winner Danis Tanovic (No Man’s Land, Death in Sarajevo).
THE POSTCARD KILLINGS DVD and Blu-Ray include the following bonus feature:
· The Making of THE POSTCARD KILLINGS
RLJE Films will release the film on DVD for an SRP of $29.96 and on Blu-Ray for an SRP of $29.97.
RLJE Films’ recent features include the critically acclaimed hit Mandy from writer/director Panos Cosmatos and starring Nicolas Cage, Andrea Riseborough, and Linus Roache; The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then The Bigfoot written and directed by Robert Krzykowski and starring Academy Award nominee Sam Elliott, Aidan Turner, and Ron Livingston. Upcoming releases include the 2019 Toronto Film Festival hit Color Out of Space, based on the classic H.P. Lovecraft story, starring Nicolas Cage and Joely Richardson and written and directed by Richard Stanley; and the festival favorite VFW from director Joe Begos and starring Stephen Lang, William Sadler, Martin Kove, and Fred Williamson.