Indiecan Entertainment has announced the US digital release of Nightshooters, a dark comedy action film from the UK.
Once upon a time, there was this group of filmmakers that thought they’d shave a few bucks off their budget by illegally shooting their movie in an abandoned office building scheduled for embellishment. No, that’s not the story how this movie was made (as far as we know)…it’s what the characters in Nightshooters did, hence the title, which actually means people who shoot movies at night, not snipers or something.
Oh wait — bullets ARE involved. These guys aren’t alone in the building, and wind up being the only witnesses to a gang execution. They’ve now got the proof on film, but the gang knows and won’t let them leave alive. Time to fight!
Nightshooters was written and directed by Marc Price, and stars stuntman Jean-Paul Ly (Jailbreak, F9: The Fast Saga, Doctor Strange), Doug Allen (“Band of Brothers”, “Law & Order”, “The Royals”), Nicolas Aaron (Touching the Void, “Outlander”), Rosanna Hoult (The Lobster, Captain America: The First Avenger, Kill Your Friends, Adulthood), Wendy Glenn (You’re Next, “The L Word”) and Philip Barantini (“Band of Brothers”, Ned Kelly).
Watch for Nightshooters November 2 on VOD platforms. You have your pick of trailers this time…green band or red band? It’s up to you (though the red band requires an extra click).
Nightshooters is the story of a group of filmmakers illegally shooting a low budget film in an abandoned office building slated for demolition. When they inadvertently witness and film a gangland execution in the opposite building, they have to use all their skills and wits to survive the night whilst being relentlessly pursued by the gang who are hellbent on not leaving any witness alive.
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