The supernatural sci-fi thriller Control will be available in select theaters on Sept. 23 and via on demand and digital starting Sept. 27 from Saban Films.
Directed by James Mark, the film stars Sara Mitich, George Tchortov and Evie Loiselle. In the film, a mother locked inside a stark room is tasked by an unknown voice to complete increasingly difficult challenges if she wants to save her daughter’s life. As the frequency and intensity of the tasks threaten to overwhelm her, she must piece together half-remembered chapters of her life before imprisonment if she wants to secure her freedom, rescue her child, and escape a waking nightmare.
The action film The Moderator will be released in select theaters, on demand and for digital purchase July 29 from Saban Films and Paramount Pictures.
In the film starring Irma Lake, Gary Dourdan, Robert Knepper and Michael Patrick Lane, when the senseless murder of her friends is left unsolved, a covert assassin decides to take justice into her own hands. Discovering the crimes were just the latest in a long streak of sadistic murders by an underground crime syndicate, she takes no prisoners in her blood-soaked mission for revenge as she hunts them down, one target at a time.
The action film The Moderator will be available in select theaters, on demand and for digital purchase July 29 from Saban Films and Paramount Pictures.
The film stars Irma Lake, Gary Dourdan, Robert Knepper and Michael Patrick Lane.
In the film, when the senseless murder of her friends is left unsolved, a covert assassin decides to take justice into her own hands. Discovering the crimes were just the latest in a long streak of sadistic murders by an underground crime syndicate, she takes no prisoners in her blood-soaked mission for revenge as she hunts them down, one target at a time.
The action-adventure The Siege of Robin Hood will be released in select theaters June 3, and on digital and on demand June 7 from Saban Films.
In the film, when the Sheriff of Nottingham’s soldiers brutally attack his family, a young man named Robin vows bloody revenge on the men responsible. He recruits a team of outcasts, mavericks and fugitive warriors, each has a grudge to settle with the sheriff and an extreme fighting skill to match. Together they devise a plan to exact revenge and lay to rest the ghosts of his past.
Directed by Paul Allica (who stars as Robin Hood), the film also stars John Fallon, Peter Roordink, Keanu Gonzalez, Dave Beamish, Kahli Williams, David Macrae, Tom McCathie, Wallis Murphy-Munn, Steve Young and Sophie Hardy.
The sci-fi thriller Cryo will be released in theaters June 24, and for digital purchase and on demand June 28 from Saban Films.
In the film, five scientists wake from a cryogenic sleep and find themselves trapped in an underground facility. With no memory of who they are or how long they’ve been asleep, they begin to realize they may have been part of a scientific experiment gone wrong. After a series of strange events, the scientists find themselves being hunted. They do not know who is hunting them or for what reason, but the scientists begin to suspect that one of them may be the killer.
The Saban Films mystery thriller Here Before will be released on digital in the United States Feb. 15 from Well Go USA Entertainment.
In the film, when a young girl and her family move next door, a grieving mother is convinced the child may be the reincarnation of her own deceased daughter, killed years earlier in an auto accident. As the mother’s obsession deepens, and the child claims to have been “here before,” a sinister secret surfaces that threatens to destroy both families.
Here Before stars Andrea Riseborough (“Black Mirror,” “Possessor”), Jonjo O’Neill (“The Queen’s Gambit”) and Niamh Dornan.
The thriller So Cold the River will be released in theaters March 25 and on digital and on demand March 29 from Saban Films.
Written and directed by Paul Shoulberg, the film is an adaption of the New York Times bestseller of the same name by Michael Koryta.
It follows a documentary filmmaker (Bethany Joy Lenz, “One Tree Hill,” “Dexter”) who soon realizes that the subject of her investigation isn’t who he claims to be. Hired by Alyssa Bradford-Cohen (Alysia Reiner, “Orange Is the New Black”) to profile her dying father-in-law, the enigmatic millionaire Campbell Bradford, Erica is presented with a substantial sum of money and a relic, an antique bottle filled with water from a local spring, one of the few clues connecting Bradford to the town he once dominated. While researching Bradford as a guest of a massive, opulent resort with a dark past, Erica meets unofficial town historian Anne McKinney (Tony Award-winner Deanna Dunagan), fanatical intern Kellyn (Katie Sarife, Annabelle Comes Home) and hotel maintenance worker Josiah (Andrew J. West, “The Walking Dead”), a descendant of Bradford’s who reveals the familial curse of mysterious deaths and suicides. Seemingly possessed by the relic, Erica begins drinking from the antique bottle, experiencing terrifying visions and, ultimately, unleashing unspeakable evil.
Saban Films and Paramount Pictures will release the high-climbing suspense thriller The Ledge in theaters, on demand and for digital purchase Feb. 18.
Directed by Howard J. Ford (The Dead, Adventure Boyz), the film stars Brittany Ashworth (Hostile, Accident Man), Ben Lamb (Now You See Me 2), Louis Boyer (Outside the Wire), Nathan Welsh (Trust Me), Anaïs Parello (Parlement) and David Wayman (13 Seconds in Kent State).
In the film, a climber trapped on the face of a mountain fights off four killers standing on an overhanging ledge 20 feet above her.
After Kelly (Ashworth) captures the murder of her best friend on camera, she becomes the next target of a tight-knit group of friends who will stop at nothing to destroy the evidence and anyone in their way. Desperate for her safety, she begins a treacherous climb up a mountain cliff and her survival instincts are put to the test when she becomes trapped with the killers.
Saban Films has announced the Jan. 25 multiplatform release of the thriller Two Deaths of Henry Baker.
The gritty Western, about a treacherous rivalry between two brothers and their gold, will be issued on demand, through digital retailers and on DVD.
In the film, a decades-long family feud pits two brothers and their sons in a bloody battle for possession of a fortune in gold. On the outskirts of a dusty, rural town, a young boy watches as his father buries a cache of stolen coins. The secret stash is entrusted alone to his favored son, Henry.
Thirty years later, a corrupt cop (Tony Curran) and his crew descend on the now-adult son (Gil Bellows) to snatch the treasure. A bloody ambush ensues, leaving several dead or maimed and Henry being sent away to prison. His only son, Hank (Sebastian Pigott), is now in possession of the riches. After a long stint behind bars, Henry is released and plans to reunite with Hank and the fortune he left behind. Henry’s brother, Sam and his own son (Joe Dinico) have resurfaced to exact revenge and claim the riches as their own.