Dayton Knoll, Adam Huss, Kathryn Michelle and
Robert Miano Star in the Thrilling Horror Film:
In this Town there are no Second Warnings...
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
MIAMI, FL -- On March 20, 2012, MTI Home Video, the leading film studio for independent filmmakers, will release the thrilling horror film Resurrection County on DVD, VOD and Digital Download. When traveling through Resurrection County, mind the signs, one false move out there could be your last.
When four suburbanite campers roll into the remote town of Enoch, they find southern hospitality still exists. But, things are not what they appear, as a weekend camping trip turns deadly... when the locals serve up their own brand of "an eye for an eye" justice.
Resurrection County Stars Dayton Knoll (Sugar Creek), Adam Huss (Demon Slayer), Kathryn Michelle (Fallacy), Robert Miano (Donnie Brasco), and Rus Blackwell (The Curious Case of Benjamin Button).
The film was directed by Matt Zettell (The Cellar Door), written by James Cotton (Demon Slayer, Sugar Creek) and Matt Yeager (Fable: Teeth of Beasts), with James Cotton, Greg Hartman and Mike Hill producing.
DVD features include: Closed Captioning, 16:9 Widescreen Format, 5.1 Dolby Digital Sound, Trailers and Optional Spanish Subtitles.
DVD UPC: 039414521559
DVD: $24.95 SRP
RUNNING TIME: 95 minutes
RATED: Not Rated
GENRE: Horror / Thriller
CONSUMER STREET: March 20, 2012
RETAIL PREORDER: February 21, 2012
PRODUCTION YEAR: 2010
Marking their 28th year (1984-2012) as a full service independent motion picture studio, Miami, Florida-based MTI Home Video produces and distributes feature films for the domestic marketplace. The Indie releases more than forty films of all genres each year in conjunction with their Studio Partners. For more information, please visit www.mtivideo.com.
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News Editor March 1, 2012, 8:46 am