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"Purgatory Road" The Horror-Thriller By Award Winning Filmmaker Mark Savage Set To Have Los Angeles Premiere This Thursday, February 7th, 2019; Q&A with Director Savage and Cast to Follow Screening
- Monday, Feb. 4, 2019
Attend the Premiere and Meet "Purgatory Road" Director Mark Savage and Stars, Gary Cairns, Luke Albright and Trista Robinson!
Join Indie Film Director Mark Savage and Purgatory Road stars, Gary Cairns, Luke Albright and Trista Robinson at the L.A. Premiere this Thursday, February 7, 2019.
Q&A with Director Savage and Cast following the screening.
- WHEN: Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
- WHERE: Regency Theaters Valley Plaza 6355 Bellingham Avenue, North Hollywood, CA. 91606.
Limited tickets available at the door. Pre-purchase through eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/purgatory-road-la-premiere-tickets-55099380731
Helpless to stop a thief from stealing his father’s modest nest egg, a little boy grows up blaming himself for his parents’ suicide. Becoming a priest [Gary Cairns] who operates a highway confessional with his ambivalent brother [Luke Albright], he offers sage advice to chosen sinners while raining death on unrepentant thieves. Into the world of this antagonistic duo comes a psychotic, resourceful woman [Trista Robinson] whose first act of ‘kindness’ is to kill a thief whose actions threaten to expose the holy duo. Filled with gratitude for this act, the priest invites the woman into their sacred world and begins a chain of bloody events that threatens to dismantle the brothers’ decades-long partnership.
What people are saying about Purgatory Road…
“PURGATORY ROAD is a fantastic and provocative thrill ride” —GLENN COCHRANE, Fake Shemp
“this is a disturbing slice of here-and-now Americana in which serial killers are only part of the story.” — ROBERT MONELL, The Mad Doctor of Cult Movies
“Purgatory Road is a tour-de-force for the senses that stays with the viewer long after the closing credits rolls.” — MICHELLE ALEXANDER, ChelleHell blog
“a frequent visual recall of prime Mario Bava and even top-tier Fulci.” — STUART WILLIS, author of 21st Century Horror A-Z
“It's grand Southern Fried Gothic. Beautifully shot, expertly paced, and clear and lucid in its storytelling...” —TROY HOWARTH, Splintered Visions
“a pitch black evocation of 70's-era exploitation cinema.” — CHRIS WORKMAN, Tome of Terror, Volumes I & 2
“Purgatory Road is fantastic in every way. Completely compelling.” —MICHAEL HELMS, Fatal Visions magazine