Capture Kill Release To Premiere At Sunscreen Fest

Capture Kill Release To Premiere At Sunscreen Fest

Saint Petersburg, Florida

The gory indie thriller Capture Kill Release is set for its world premiere at the 11th annual Sunscreen Film Festival (Twitter: @SunscreenFF), April 28-May 1. Dubbed ‘A Romantic Bloodbath’, Capture Kill Release tells the story of a couple who plots to murder a random stranger just for the thrill of it. Things turn ugly when the husband (Farhang Ghajar) decides not to go through with it putting him at odds with the growing bloodlust of his wife (Jennifer Fraser) .

Featuring practical gore-effects guaranteed to make audiences squirm, Capture Kill Release takes an uncomfortable look at our vanity obsessed ‘selfie culture’ as well exploring how far couples are willing to betray their beliefs for one another.

The supporting cast of Capture Kill Release, Directed by Nick McAnulty and Brian Stewart (Uncle Brian), includes Rich Piatkowski (Dead Rush), Christina Schimmel (The Hospital) and Jonathan Gates.

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Directed by Nick McAnulty Twitter: @NickMcAnulty

Brian Stewart

Starring: Jennifer Fraser

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Produced by Critical Focus Productions Twitter: @CriticalFocusPR

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