Indomina Releasing is adding another horror-thriller to its release titles, Outcast, directed by Colm McCarthy, the gripping thriller will street via DVD and Digital On Demand on February 21 through Vivendi Entertainment, Indomina Releasing and Bloody Disgusting Selects.
The critics are clamoring for Outcast, the black magic and witchery horror starring James Nesbitt (The Hobbit) and James Cosmo (Braveheart). Mary (Kate Dickie) harbors a dark history, but must confront her past when a hunter with magical powers (Nesbitt) is assigned to capture her and kill her son. As the terrifying cat-and-mouse game continues, locals begin to die at the hands of an unknown life force and a deadly fear takes hold. “When Mary (Kate Dickie) and her teenage son, Fergal (Niall Bruton), move to yet another new home, it soon becomes clear they live their lives on the run, hiding from someone or something, terrified of being found.
Trying to make new friends or connections wherever they go, Fergal finds himself caught between the affections of his beautiful and feisty neighbor Petronella (Hannah Stanbridge), and his fiercely protective mother, who will stop at nothing to protect her precious son.
Mary has strict rules that govern Fergal’s life without which chaos and terror threaten to ensue.
Their hunter is Cathal (James Nesbitt), a dangerous and terrifying man, intent on tracking down and killing Mary and Fergal. What’s more, he is using a dark form of magic to find them. Mary’s only defense is to use the same ancient form of magic in order to protect her son.
But how long will it be before Cathal manages to outsmart her? When local residents begin to be brutally murdered by an unknown life force, the sense of fear escalates. Is Cathal the beast responsible for the killings? Or is it the beast that he is trying to destroy?”
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