Exclusive Trailer! Religious horror film Red Letters to premiere on YouTube

Last Updated on July 30, 2021

Today we're proud to share the EXCLUSIVE debut of the trailer for writer/director Jim Klock's faith-based horror film RED LETTERS, which is set to premiere on the Kings of Horror YouTube Channel on Friday, August 21st at 5pm Eastern. The premiere event will include a live stream with the filmmakers and cast members.

RED LETTERS begins when 

a Deputy vanishes without a trace while responding to a burglary call. Private Investigator Jim Knowles is a retired Homicide Detective and Mike Gaston is a retired Theology Professor, who specialize in cases that deal with the dark side of evil. Both men are requested to lend their assistance to this small-town police force in rural New Jersey. Knowles, a non-believer in both God and Satan, is convinced that people who commit a crime and use the Devil as an excuse are merely using an insanity defence. Gaston, his partner however, is a man of deep faith and conviction. Gaston believes that the Devil is real and is constantly on the prowl for people’s souls. In a fight between good and evil, both men will embark on a journey that leads them into the hands of darkness, whom neither is prepared for.

In addition to writing and directing the film, Klock – who is a partner and head of acquisitions for Terror Films – also produced it with Darrell Martinelli and Emily Adams under his Code 3 Films production shingle.

Klock stars in RED LETTERS with Mike Capozzi, Chad Ridgely, Robin Baker, and Kyra Kennedy.

The trailer is embedded above, and below you can see the film's official poster. To set a reminder for the Kings of Horror premiere event, go HERE.

Red Letters

Source: Arrow in the Head

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