Here’s a new clip from Chiller Films’ “Monkey’s Paw“, which has already begun its limited theatrical run.
Written by Macon Blair, and directed by Husk‘s Brett Simmons, CJ Thomason stars in the film as “Jake Tilton, who acquires a mystical monkey’s paw talisman that grants whomever holds it three wishes, and finds his world turned upside down after his first two wishes result in the resurrection of his malevolent coworker, Tony Cobb (Stephen Lang). Cobb tries to pressure Jake into using the final wish to reunite Cobb with his son, his intimidation escalating into murder.” Michelle Pierce, Tauvia Dawn, Corbin Bleu and Charles S. Dutton co-star.
“The Monkey’s Paw” will debut On Demand on October 8th as well as in select theaters before making its television premiere on Chiller in January.
Los Angeles, CA – Aero Theatre, Oct 4
New York City – Cinema Village, Oct 8-13
Pittsburgh, PA – The Hollywood Theater, Oct 8-9
Alpharetta, GA – Studio Movie Grill Holcomb Bridge, Oct 8, Oct 10
Charlotte, NC – Studio Movie Grill EpiCentre, Oct 8, Oct 10
Arlington, TX – Studio Movie Grill Arlington, Oct 8, Oct 10
Dallas, TX – Studio Movie Grill Spring Valley, Oct 8, Oct 10
Houston, TX – Studio Movie Grill CityCentre, Oct 8, Oct 10
Scottsdale, AZ – Studio Movie Grill Scottsdale, Oct 8, Oct 10
Columbus, OH – Gateway Film Center, Oct 8, 11, 12
Rosemont, IL – Muvico Rosemont 18, Oct 11-12, Oct 18-19, Oct 25-26
Pelham, NY – Pelham Picture House, Oct 11
Torrington, CT – Warner Theatre, Oct 11
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