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‘The Tall Man’ Gets Fitted For A Home Video Release Date

Martyrs director Pascal Laugier’s The Tall Man in limited theaters on August 31st from Image Entertainment. While we don’t have an exact theater count yet, I’m assuming that “limited” is indeed the operative word here. Why? Because they have a DVD/Blu-ray street date of September 25th. This isn’t a big surprise seeing as many studios are experimenting with different theatrical and home video window. The Tall Man stars Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland, Stephen McHattie, William B. Davis and Samantha Ferris.

In the film, “In an isolated, slowly dying mining town, children are vanishing without a trace – abducted, the townsfolk whisper, by a mysterious entity known locally as “The Tall Man.” Town nurse Julia Denning (Jessica Biel) seems skeptical…until her young David disappears in the middle of night. Frantic to rescue the boy, Julia lives every parent’s darkest nightmare in this twisting, shock-around-each-corner thriller.

For more info on the film itself, hit up the official website and Facebook.



  • Rae1031

    loved Martyrs, one of my favorites. Not sure how I feel about Jessica Biel being in this but im in

  • djblack1313

    is there a reason why it seems like they are refusing/reluctant to release a trailer for this? lol. don’t get me wrong BD, i very much appreciate the updates and news regarding this movie (MARTYRS was incredible), but it’s frustrating to not even have a teaser trailer let alone a full trailer for this when we keep getting updates on the movie. i’m not directing or blaming the frustration at you guys BD. 🙂

    • EvanDickson

      I get it. I’d like to see a trailer as well.

    • FilmLiaison

      If curbing its theatrical release and dumping it to dtv is any indication…

  • djblack1313

    FilmLiaison , yeah, that’s what i’m thinking. this movie must be terrible. i hope not.

    • EvanDickson

      That’s not necessarily always the case these days. Sometimes – yes. But there’s a lot of smaller movies that fit the business model perfectly.

      Is this one of them? I don’t know.

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