Uncork’d Entertainment and Dark Star Pictures are releasing their latest thriller, The Devil To Pay, in selected theaters (drive-in and virtual) starting October 9.
Lemon is a poor farmer making a scant living in an isolated Appalachian community. Her family owes a debt to a neighbor, and they’ve decided to collect a little sooner than usual — by threatening everyone’s life. They’ve already taken her husband, and she and her son could be next unless they can fight back.
The Devil To Pay stars Danielle Deadwyler, Catherine Dyer, Jayson Warner Smith, Brad Carter, Luce Rains, Adam Boyer, Charles Black, Parisa Johnston, Tim Habeger, and Ezra Haslam. It was directed by Ruckus Skye and Lane Skye, and it will open in theaters two days from now, October 9. The movie is already available to watch on demand, released yesterday on VOD platforms.
After the disappearance of her husband, Lemon, a struggling farmer in an isolated Appalachian community, must repay her husband’s debt to the oldest family on the mountain and their murderous biscuit-making matriarch in order to save her young son’s life. Armed with only her wits and tenacity, Lemon must unravel the mysteries her husband left behind or lose everything she’s ever loved.
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