Hank Boyd Is Dead…
From the Press Release
Hank Boyd Is Dead will be making its worldwide debut on Tuesday, June 27! Genre distributor Terror Films has released the official poster, trailer and one more clip from the film (“I Think You Should Have Your Tea”).
Writer/director Sean Melia’s twisted story follows struggling actress/caterer Sarah Walsh (Stefanie E. Frame). She is left alone to tend to the post-funeral gathering for Hank Boyd, a quiet loner who stood accused of a horrific crime. She knew Hank in high school and finds it hard to believe that he could do anything terrible. However, her opinion begins to change after she meets Hank’s brother David (David Christopher Wells); David is a local cop with a checkered past. Sarah also meets: David’s dimwitted partner Ray (Michael Hogan), David’s mother Beverly (Carole Monferdini) who’s in the latter stages of dementia and Aubrey (Liv Rooth), his distant and obviously damaged younger sister. As the family’s secrets are exposed and the bodies pile up, Sarah must provide the performance of a lifetime, if she hopes to survive and all because… Hank Boyd is dead.
As part of their new Worldwide digital release model, Terror Films will release the film across several territories and on multiple digital platforms. Territories hosting the release include: the U.S., Canada, the Middle East, North Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Ireland, the U.K. and Pan-Russia. Platforms which will show the film include the following: iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play/You Tube, X-Box, Vudu, Steam, Vimeo On Demand, Roku (Free Flix Tonight, 24 Hour Movie Channel, Free Grindhouse Flix Tonight), I Bleed Indie and Tubi TV. The premiere SVOD platform iFlix will also be picking up the film, which will further expand the film’s worldwide distribution in the coming months.
The film’s official trailer:
The clip titled “I think you should have your tea”