Director: Malik Vitthal
Writer(s): Nicholas McCarthy, Richmond Riedel
Starring: Mary J. Blige, Nat Wolff, Theo Rossi, David Warshofsky, Ian Casselberry, Lara Grice, Demetrius Grosse, Naima Ramos-Chapman, Altonio Jackson, Renell Gibbs, Lorrie Odom, Jeff Pope, Mason Mackie, Jibrail Nantambu, Anil Bajaj, Han Soto, George Wilson, Sylvia Grace Crim, Emonie Ellison, GiGi Erneta, Maya Goodwin, Philip Fornah, Tia Nicholson, Anika Noni Rose, David Zayas, Lexi Elizabeth Audler, Kevin Cheatham, Michelle L. Clarke, Chad Governale, Bruce Vincent Logan, Jacqueline Harris Matherne, Mike R. Moreau, Sue-Lynn, Alfonzo Walker, Mike Young
Synopsis: The film is described as “Get Out meets End of Watch” and follows several LAPD officers who find themselves haunted by a malevolent spirit that is tied to the murder of a black youth at the hands of two white cops — all of which was caught on a body cam video that was destroyed in a cover-up. READ REVIEW
Release Date: May 19, 2020 (USA) | Length: 96 min | Genre: Horror, Mystery, Thriller | MPAA Rating: Rated R for bloody violence, grisly images, and language throughout.
Note: Richmond Riedel was originally credited with an earlier draft of the screenplay and John Ridley (along with Nicolas McCarthy) was listed as the screenwriter but now John’s name is gone and replaced with Richmond’s and the mention of earlier draft removed.