[News] Thriller BLOOD AND MONEY Available Today on DVD & Blu-ray
Courtesy of Screen Media
Today Screen Media has announced that their exciting new thriller, BLOOD AND MONEY, is now available on DVD and Blu-ray. Make sure you check out the trailer below before you take that plunge into the Allagash backcountry.

A retired veteran (Tom Berenger) hunting in the Allagash backcountry discovers a dead woman with a duffle bag full of money. He soon finds himself in a web of deceit and murder.

The film stars Tom Berenger (Platoon, Inception, “Hatfields & McCoys”), Kristen Hager (“Being Human”, “Condor”), Mark Siversten (“Ballers”, Sex and Lies in Sin City), and Paul Ben-Victor (The Irishman, Feast of the Seven Fishes).

BLOOD AND MONEY is directed by John Barr (Frost/Nixon, “Enlightened”). Barr also wrote the screenplay with Mike McGrale (“The Following”, “CSI: Miami”), and Alan Petherick (Alpha Dog, His Lover). Suza Horvat (Sparrows, Move On, Lazar) is the producer of the film.

Screen Media is an international distributor of television series and films, licensing content through theatrical, home video, pay-per-view, free, cable and pay television, and subscription and advertising video-on-demand platforms. With one of the largest independently-owned libraries of filmed entertainment in the world and license agreements across all forms of media, their distribution capability enables direct distribution of all rights in all countries, thus enhancing the profitability of our productions. In 2017, Screen Media was acquired by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment, and is its 23rd year as a leading global independent distribution company. They are continually looking to add films and television series to our content library.

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