Taught in Cold Blood, the new horror/thriller from Continuum Motion Pictures, is now available on Amazon Prime, Amazon On Demand, Vimeo On Demand, I Bleed Indie, Indyoh TV, and Roku’s 24 Hour Movie Channel. A twist on the teen-horror genre, the film tells the story of Cameron, a lonely high school student from a broken home who befriends a charismatic stranger named Tony who teaches him what it means to be a cold-blooded killer. Meanwhile, Amy, a cute girl from Cameron’s class, finally musters the courage to ask him out, forcing Cameron to decide between a life of violence or love.
The film stars Luke Lippold in the role of Cameron and Mesindo Pompa as the chilling mentor, Tony. Lippold previously appeared in supporting roles in the horror film Cider Springs Slaughter and the zombie apocalypse short film, Sirens, while Pompa starred in the award-winning Spanish-language thriller Mano a Mano. Also starring in Taught in Cold Blood are Sara Drust, a Los Angeles native in her first leading role, and Justin Hoffmeister, who recently appeared in the Asylum-produced-films Alone for Christmas and San Andreas Quake.
Film industry veteran P. David Miller, who has worked in over 250 productions as an actor, stunt coordinator, second-unit director and fight choreographer, directed the film. Miller used these talents to deliver the action and suspense in Taught in Cold Blood. “I’m grateful to the folks at Continuum Motion Pictures for having the faith and confidence in me directing this,” says Miller. Prior to working in the entertainment industry, P. David Miller served in the United States Marine Corps for sixteen years.
The film is being distributed by Continuum Motion Pictures in partnership with Matriarch Multimedia and Leomark Studios. Continuum is a motion picture production and distribution company based in Los Angeles that has produced and distributed numerous horror features and short films from around the world.
Taught in Cold Blood will be released on DVD on June 27th, 2017.
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