The film is directed by actor Sean Patrick Flanery (The Boondock Saints), and stars Kevin Dillon (Entourage), Johnathon Schaech, (That Thing You Do)
Donna D’Errico (Baywatch), Caylee Cowan, (Willy’s Wonderland), scream queen Lin Shaye (Insidious), and newcomer Billy Budinich.
The feature is being compared to classics such as True Romance and Wild at Heart, and is a horrifying thriller about Frank (Billy Budinich) and his girlfriend, Penelope (Caylee Cowan), who find themselves miles from civilization while traveling along a deserted stretch of dirt road. As darkness falls, they come upon a small motel and diner and decide to rest for the night. The next day, after robbing the diner, they suddenly become immersed in a hellish nightmare, When the proprietor of the motel and diner, Chisos, (Johnathon Schaech) a psychotic, cannibalistic Bible thumper along with his sadistic family (Donna D’Errico, Lin Shaye), take Frank and Penelope on a life and death journey, where escape is just a heart-pounding breath away. It soon becomes apparent that they are not the first to endure this. But these two will either get out together or “go out” together.
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Title – Frank & Penelope
Distributor – Redbud Studios
Director – Sean Patrick Flanery
Cast – Kevin Dillon, Johnathon Schaech, Caylee Cowan, Billy Budinich, Sonya Eddy, Lin Shaye, Donna D’Errico
Writers – Sean Patrick Flanery, story by John Thaddeus
Producers – Scott Dolezal, Allen Gilmer
Synopsis – A tale of love and violence when a man on his emotional last legs finds a savior seductively dancing in a run-down strip club. And a life most certainly headed off a cliff suddenly becomes redirected – as EVERYTHING is now worth dying for.
Genre – Horror/Thriller
Country of Origin – USA
Language – English
Visual Format – Widescreen, 16×9
Sound Format – 5.1
Release Date – 6/3/2022 only in theaters, 7/11/2022 VOD
Runtime – 1:53
MPAA Rating – R
Official US website link – https://fandpmovie.com/
Estimated Opening Weekend Theater Count – 50
(Albuquerque, Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Denver, El Paso, Harlingen, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Lubbock, Miami, New York, Odessa, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, Portland, OR, San Antonio, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tucson, Tulsa, Waco and more.)
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