Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Costas Mandylor Stars in Julian Richards' Daddy's Girl: Official Trailer

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Daddy's Girl is an upcoming horror thriller. To show via Cleopatra Entertainment, this film was created by director Jullian Richards (Reborn) and writer Sean Hogan. Together, they will bring Daddy's Girl to the screen this September and into October. In the story, a stepfather keeps his daughter close at hand. Meanwhile, a local cop is suspicious of their relationship. Daddy's Girl stars: Costas Mandylor (Saw IV), Britt McKillip, Jess Moss and Jemma Dallender. The film's official trailer is available here.

Director Richards has talked about this title, over the years. He says of the film's themes: "I introduced a new theme to the story, making both the killer and the cop Iraq war veterans and linking the torture to Abu Ghraib." In today's sensitive climate on culture, Richards had to limit any scenes of torture and violence: "when I directed torture scenes, I panned away or cut away from anything too extreme or degrading." The sky is no longer the limit when making films, even independent titles. But, Richards' latest looks to bring some menace to the screen this Fall.

Daddy's Girls will first show on DVD this September 29th. This release will be followed by another on Digital platforms, this October 2nd. The film has a runtime of eighty-one minutes. And, both releases will be available in an unrated format as of today's date. For more on Daddy's Girl, indie horror fans can view the trailer below.




Release Date: September 29th, 2020 (DVD) and October 2nd, 2020 (Digital).

Director: Julian Richards.

Writers: Timothy Hill, Sean Hogan.

Cast: Jemma Dallender, Costas Mandylor, Britt McKillip and Jesse Moss.

The official trailer for Daddy's Girl (via Cleopatra Ent.):



Daddy's Girl at Cleopattra Ent.: Daddy's Girl Details at Cleopatra Ent.

A Julian Richards' Interview at Realm of Horror: Julian Richards Interviewed at Realm of Horror

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