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Thursday, December 8, 2022

Hermit's Desert Solitude Shattered By Savage Cultists


A "Grimy, Brutal Take on the 70s Action Thriller" from Eric Boccio Coming to Select Theaters VOD and Digital Platforms January 13, 2023
Joseph and Mike have made it no secret that they have a soft spot in their hearts for the old drive-in theaters and the types of movies you'd see there.  Based on the synopsis, Night of the Bastard looks like it will be provide a good throwback to those days.

Disgruntled hermit Reed lives a solitary life in the desert. After chasing away a group of youths trying to party near his home, Reed’s peaceful life is violently upheaved when a group of savage cultists lay siege to his house. 
Forced to partner up with one of the party-goers, Reed and his newfound colleague must defend themselves into the night, all while long-buried and disturbing secrets are revealed to him as part of the cult’s evil plan. 

Directed by: Erik Boccio (Funny or Die's Weirdfellas, Brutal Realty, Inc. Blood Bath)
Starring: London May (The Dark Knight Rises, Verotika), Mya Hudson (A Wall Away, upcoming F*ck, Kill Mary), Hannah Pierce (Flock of Dudes, The Hunted), Henry Mortensen (Crimson Tide)
Story by: Eric Boccio and London May
Screenplay by: Chuck Foster and Christian Ackerman
Produced by: Erik Boccio, London May, Christian Ackerman
Country of Origin: USA
Language: English
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Distributor: Dark Sky Films
Run Time: 82 minutes

Partial Theater Listing:
(additional to be added)
Film Noir Cinema/Brooklyn, NY
Guild Cinema/Albuquerque, NM
FilmScene/Iowa City, IA

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