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Another thrilling invasion flick is coming our way. Check out the details for MICHIEF NIGHT below.
LOS ANGELES, CA – SPECTICAST inks distribution deal with RUTHLESS PICTURES and GMI FILMS for an exclusive one night only theatrical event release for the new home-invasion thriller, MISCHIEF NIGHT.
SpectiCast, the fastest growing all-digital distribution company in the world — distributing film, cultural arts events and alternative content programs to both theatrical and non-theatrical venues around the globe — has acquired theatrical rights for Richard Schenkman’s MISCHIEF NIGHT. The recently completed home-invasion thriller will premiere on screens everywhere on October 30, 2013 (popularly known as “Mischief Night”) for a one-time theatrical event on the very same night the film takes place.
MISCHIEF NIGHT tells the story of a terrifying home invasion on the evening before Halloween. Emily Walton, a young woman suffering from psychosomatic blindness ever since the car accident that took her mother’s life, must summon every instinct at her disposal to protect herself and her loved ones from a mysterious intruder.
The film’s talented ensemble cast is led by experienced young actress Noell Coet (Cowgirls n’ Angels, 5 Time Champion), and also includes veteran actor Daniel Hugh Kelly (Cujo, Someone To Watch Over Me, The Good Son), Charlie O’Connell (Dude, Where’s My Car, Cruel Intentions, “Sliders”), Erica Leerhsen (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Anything Else), Ally Walker (“Sons of Anarchy,” While You Were Sleeping, Universal Soldier), Stephanie Erb (The Ring, Starship Troopers), Richard Riehle (Bridesmaids, A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas) Adam C. Edwards (Flight, The Quiet Ones) and Ian Bamberg (Second Time Around, Warrior Road).
The theatrical distribution deal for MISCHIEF NIGHT was negotiated by Richard Schenkman for Ruthless Pictures and GMI Films, and Mark Rupp, Co-founder and President, for SpectiCast.