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DREAD, L.A.-based distribution and financing company Epic Pictures’ specialty horror label, will be releasing their horror/thriller, BAG OF LIES, in North America. The film will have a limited theatrical run beginning March 29th, 2024, followed by a VOD release on April 2, 2024. Bag of Lies was directed by David Andrew James, co-written by Joe Zappa and James from a concept by Nick Laughlin. Patrick Ewald, Jacob P. Heineke and James served as the film’s producers. Bag of Lies stars Patrick Taft (Baby Steps, Wildfire), Brandi Botkin (Zero Percent, St. Gabriel), John Wells (Supernatural Assassins, I Can), Madison Pullins (The Kiss List) and Terry Tocantins (Red Is the Color of, Ally McBeal).

How far would you go for the one you love? Desperate to save his dying wife, Matt turns to The Bag, an ancient relic with dark magic. The cure demands a chilling ritual and strict rules. As his wife heals, Matt's sanity unravels, facing terrifying consequences.

Director David Andrew James says:

My producing team and I are thrilled to have our film making its debut within one year of shooting the project. We couldn't have found a better cast and crew to collaborate with, and we're grateful for the opportunity from Epic to make a film that packs as much of an emotional punch, as it does a chilling one.

While Epic Pictures Group CEO Patrick Ewald adds:

Working with the team behind Bag of Lies was an absolute thrill. Director David James brought his macabre expertise to the table and together we conjured terror that will haunt audiences.

Bag of Lies is in North American Cinemas on March 29th, follwed by VOD on April 2nd 2024.

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