Friday, October 11, 2019

Rattlesnake Offers Difficult Moral Choices in this First Trailer (Out Oct. 25th)

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Tagline: "Time Waits for No One."

Rattlesnake is an upcoming thriller from production company Campfire. Moving to Netflix's streaming service in late October, the film offers Katrina (Carmen Ejogo) a difficult choice - after her daughter is bitten by a rattler. In order to save her daughter's life, she must sacrifice another. Rattlesnake is one part thriller and one part horror, with Zak Hilditch (These Final Hours) directing. Hilditch also brought 1922 to this same streaming service in 2017. As well, Rattlesnake also stars: Emma Greenwell (Holy Ghost People), Apollonia Pratt and Theo Rossie. The film's first trailer and movie poster are here.

The trailer shows Katrina in a number of challenging situations. On the hunt for an easy victim, Katrina is reminded of how her time is running out. One mysterious characters states "now you owe a life in return" and "you only have until sunset." This is not a lot of time to offer up a life. And, here is one vote for Katrina starting her search on death row, though it would be hard to get past all of that security.

Rattlesnake will show on Netflix this October 25th. As companies pull their films from Netflix e.g. Disney, this streaming company is producing more and more of their own original content, while more and more streaming companies come online (almost on a monthly basis). The online streaming marketplace is becoming ever more competitive, with film fans and viewers offered a wide gamut of choices. Finally, rated Mature, the latest release details on Rattlesnake are available below.













Release Date: October 25, 2019 (Netflix).

Director/writer: Zak Hilditch.

Cast: Carmen Ejogo, Theo Rossi, Emma Greenwell.

The official trailer for Rattlesnake (via Netlflix):




Rattlesnake at Netflix: Rattlesnake Details at Netflix

Source: Rattlesnake at the UHM

Interestingly, actress Emma Greenwell was involved in another film with religion/spirituality and rattlesnakes - titled Holy Ghost People (2013). This film was reviewed highly on 28DLA, way back in 2014: Holy Ghost People Reviewed on 28DLA:




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