Image Entertainment, an RLJ Entertainment brand, announces the release of the unconventional and haunting thriller, The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh, available on DVD and digital download July 30.
Starring Academy Award-Winning Actress Vanessa Redgrave (Letters to Julia, The Whistleblower) and Aaron Poole (The Conspiracy, The Samaritan), the film is written and directed by Rodrigo Gudiño, Rue Morgue Magazine’s founder.
“After the mysterious death of the reclusive Rosalind Leigh (Redgrave), her estranged son, Leon (Poole), arrives at her house to take stock of his inheritance. But there’s more to this house than dark corners and dusty antiques. Rosalind has left something behind…and it has been waiting for Leon. Now a force from beyond the grave will pursue him through a night of lurking terror and a desperate struggle to survive.”
Called “dark and poetic,” by MSN, the film has terrified audiences at more than 30 film festivals worldwide including Sitges International Film Festival, Stockholm Film Festival and Whistler Film Fest, and was awarded numerous prizes, including Best Feature at the South African Horror Fest and Audience Jury Prize at Terra Di Siena Film Festival, among others. The film also features an original score by world beat superstar Mercan Dede (Passion of the Christ, Kingdom of Heaven).
The DVD will also feature audio commentary with Director Rodrigo Gudiño, a Making of Featurette, Mercan Dede featurette, poster and photo gallery and “The Facts In the Case of Mister Hollow” Short Film.
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