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  • Cleopatra Releasing The Long Dark Trail

    Press release!

    The Long Dark Trail comes to an end February 21st

    The Long Dark Trail is an independent horror film shot in the forests of northwestern Pennsylvania. It was inspired by indie teen graphic novels (such as Preacher and Hellblazer) and gritty horror films of the ‘70s (Deliverance and The Hills Have Eyes).

    Writer/director Kevin Ignatius and writer/director/star Nick Psinakis weave a tale about two brothers who fight and escape an abusive father. Hoping to find and reunite with their estranged mother, they embark on a dangerous trek deep into the unforgiving forest of the Pennsylvania Northwest. Both are unaware that their mother may be as dangerous as the abusive parent they left, as she has become a disciple of a deeply sadistic cult that resides deep in the nightmarish forest.

    iMDb calls the film “something every independent horror movie fan should check out.” Drawing comparisons to Stand By Me, The Witch, and Midsommar, The Long Dark Trail combines indie horror with dark drama. The film has played as an Official Selection at Weekend of Fear Film Festival, IFI Horrorthon, Blood Window Film Festival, and Be Afraid Horror Fest! Starring Psinakis, Trina Campbell, Brady O'Donnell, Carter O'Donnell, and Michael Thyer.

    The Blu-Ray edition come packed with special features, including A Slide Show, Extra Movie Trailers & more!

    Also available on DVD.

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    Maybe everyone already knew this but when I saw "Cleopatra" I wondered if it had anything to do with Cleopatra Records and it turns out this is actually the film division of that label. Bought a lot of CDs released by the record label back in the 90s/2000s but hadn't seen that name since then and just assumed they were defunct, turns out they had just been growing bigger and bigger and are now a family of labels. Pretty cool, kind of want to check this out for that alone.