The Church Seeing Expanded Home Video Release from Indican Pictures
The Bill Moseley-starring feature is getting a wider release.
By Chris Morse
Dom Frank's indie horror feature, The Church, is receiving an expanded home video release. Indican Pictures announced today that it has acquired the film for distribution, which will see it releasing on DVD in a great number of markets. We first caught wind of this flick last September, when we took a look at the first trailer and the roster of well-known stars leading the effort.
The Church dives deep into the community and the dark past of the clergy, shedding light on those who have been wronged by those in power within the church over the last few centuries. Filmed on location in Philadelphia’s First Corinthian Baptist Church, it boasts a cast of well-known stars, especially in the world of horror.
The lineup includes Clint Howard (Solo: A Star Wars Story, Arrested Development, Apollo 13), Bill Moseley (The Devil’s Rejects, 3 from Hell), Ashley C. Williams (Julia, The Human Centipede), Lisa Wilcox (A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise), Keith Stallworth (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Step Up 3D), and former pro wrestler Vito LoGrasso. Moseley plays the role of Pastor James, who seeks to preserve his family’s legacy within the church despite its dark history finally coming to light.
Produced through and first distributed by Hard Floor Entertainment, The Church was written and directed by Dom Frank, who also produced the movie alongside Paul Irwin and Matthew Nadu. In addition, Frank joined Gia Aaron and Josh Aaron in serving as executive producer for the title. The film will see a wider release via Indican Pictures beginning August 6th.
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