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:

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

Rue Morgue:

“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