RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, along with Shudder, AMC Networks’ premium service for horror, thriller and the supernatural, will release the horror/western film THE PALE DOOR on October 6, 2020, on DVD and Blu-ray.
Directed by Aaron B. Koontz (Camera Obscura, Scare Package) who also co-wrote the script with Cameron Burns (Camera Obscura, Modern Society) and Keith Lansdale (“Creepshow”, Christmas With The Dead), the film stars Devin Druid (“13 Reasons Why”, Louder Than Bombs), Zachary Knighton (“Happy Endings”, The Hitcher), Noah Segan (Knives Out, Looper), Stan Shaw (Monster Squad, Fried Green Tomatoes), Pat Healy (Cheap Thrills, The Innkeepers), Bill Sage (We Are What We Are, American Psycho), Natasha Bassett (Britney Ever After, Spy Intervention), and Melora Walters (Magnolia, The Butterfly Effect).
The film is presented and executive produced by Joe R. Lansdale, the writer of Bubba Ho-Tep and Cold In July.
In THE PALE DOOR, the Dalton gang find shelter in a seemingly uninhabited ghost town after a train robbery goes south. Seeking help for their wounded leader, they are surprised to stumble upon a welcoming brothel in the town’s square. But the beautiful women who greet them are actually a coven of witches with very sinister plans for the unsuspecting outlaws – and the battle between good and evil is just beginning.
The DVD and Blu-ray include the following bonus features:
· The Making of THE PALE DOOR
· Filmmaker Commentary
· Editing THE PALE DOOR
RLJE Films will release THE PALE DOOR on DVD for an SRP of $27.97 and Blu-ray for an SRP of $28.97. To learn more about the film, check out our review.
RLJE Films’ recent features include 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 David Ayer’s The Tax Collector starring Bobby Soto and Shia LaBeouf. Upcoming releases include The Owners from director Julian Berg and starring Maisie Williams from “Game of Thrones”; and the sci-fi adventure 2067 starring Kodi-Smit McPhee and Ryan Kwanten and directed by Seth Larney.