This Day in Horror

26 April 2012

AFTER DARK ACTION RELEASES TRAILER, POSTER AND STILLS FOR STASH HOUSE

AFTER DARK ACTION RELEASES TRAILER, POSTER AND STILLS FOR STASH HOUSE
FEATURING DOLPH LUNDGREN, SEAN FARIS, BRIANA EVIGAN AND JON HUERTAS

 Los Angeles, CA (April 23, 2012)  - Dark Castle Home Entertainment and After Dark Films recently unveiled the new action movie franchise AFTER DARK ACTION, which will showcase five original, adrenaline-pumping films theatrically as a commercial film festival in markets nationwide and on VOD on May 11.

Below are links to the brand new trailer, clips and stills for the upcoming action-packed STASH HOUSE.

STASH HOUSE






 For her birthday, Dave Nash buys his wife, Emma, a beautiful foreclosed home.  Gated, serene, and surrounded by friendly neighbors, it seems too good to be true… and it is.  Dave and Emma soon discover the walls are lined with bricks of heroin.  Before they can leave, cartel thugs trap them inside.  Imprisoned in their own home, Dave and Emma withstand relentless attacks from thugs seeking to plunder the “stash house” of its riches.   As the deaths of innocent bystanders mount, and they come ever closer to losing one another, Dave decides to take matters into his own hands...




 After Dark Action website www.afterdarkaction.com 
 After Dark Action on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AfterDarkAction 
 After Dark Films on Twitter https://www.twitter.com/#!/afterdarkfilms 

About After Dark Films: 
After Dark Films, an Independent motion picture studio, was formed in 2006 by director/filmmaker Courtney Solomon and Hong Kong based real estate magnate Allan Zeman. After Dark Films’ first motion picture film release was An American Haunting (2006) starring Sissy Spacek and Donald Sutherland. Co-founder and CEO Courtney Solomon wrote, produced, and directed this film under the newly formed After Dark Films banner. 

After the release of An American Haunting, partners Solomon and Zeman formed a multiyear marketing and distribution deal for Horrorfest “8 Films To Die For®” between After Dark Films and Lionsgate Entertainment, with After Dark handling theatrical marketing & releases and Lionsgate handling the distribution of all ancillary forms of media (Home Video, Pay TV, Pay Per View). After Dark Films released Horrorfest 4 in theaters on January 29, 2010.

Building on the success of Horrorfest, After Dark released the first 8 originally produced horror films in January 2011 under the moniker After Dark Originals. Its second slate of 8 more originally produced films, After Dark Originals 2 is currently in production.


About Dark Castle Home Entertainment:
Dark Castle Entertainment was launched in 1999 by producer Joel Silver (“Lethal Weapon,” “Die Hard,” “The Matrix”) and Robert Zemeckis (“Castaway,” “Back to the Future”). One of the most prolific and successful producers in the history of motion pictures, Silver has produced a catalog of over 60 films, which have earned a combined gross of $13.5 billion worldwide from all sources.

With Dark Castle, Silver expanded his production prowess into the horror market and began with a string of hit films starting  with the record-breaking 1999 opening of “House on Haunted Hill,” followed by “Thir13en Ghosts” in 2001, “Ghost Ship” in 2002, “Gothika” in 2003 and “House of Wax” in 2005. 

Dark Castle Home Entertainment was created in 2007 to produce original horror films and sequels to Dark Castle pictures that would be released directly to the home market.  Some of the movies include “Return to House on Haunted Hill” starring Jeffrey Combs and Amanda Righetti, and “The Hills Run Red,” starring Sophie Monk.

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