Directed by Harley Cokliss
Ex-cop! Ex-CIA! Ex-plosive! Burt Reynolds (White Lightning) is back as Richard Malone, an ex-CIA agent looking to leave his past behind him and start a new life in the Pacific Northwest. But his dreams of living the quiet life soon goes up in smoke when he stumbles onto a military conspiracy led by a local millionaire and rightwing zealot, played to sinister perfection by Cliff Robertson (Three Days of the Condor). Add Lauren Hutton (Gator) as Malone's ex-partner and lover! her next CIA assignment is to snuff Malone. Harley Cokliss (Black Moon Rising) wonderfully directs the fast-paced adventure yarn filled with suspense and romance. The stellar cast includes Cynthia Gibb (Modern Girls), Kenneth McMillan (Dune) and Scott Wilson (In Cold Blood) with a screenplay by Christopher Frank (The Hurried Man) based on the novel "Shotgun" by William Wingate.
Blu-ray Extras Include:
RT' @BilgeEbiri': THE GOSPEL OF EUREKA is a very special little documentary that might make you feel a little better about the world. https:/…
RT' @NewNowNext': Welcome to Eureka Springs, a "funny little haven for the misfit toys.” ' https://t.co/D0SlEO9oKD'
RT' @wexarts': "THE GOSPEL OF EUREKA...radically redefines Christian performance through the lens of queer performance, Christian faith throu…
RT' @outmagazine': 'The Gospel of Eureka' chronicles a town paradoxically home to vibrant LGBTQ+ and Christian communities that flourish alon…
RT' @FLFilmCritics': Our chair recently spoke to' @dennisscholl' &' @kareemtabsch' , the filmmakers of THE LAST RESORT, about signing to' @KinoLor…'
RT' @PopMatters': THE JOY OF SILENTS:' @FlickerAlley',' @MilestoneFilms', and' @KinoLorber' offer the works of silent film directors Georges Méliès…
@filmcenter' @dsl151'' @whitecitycinema' The mix is very unorthodox on this film. Certain channels are totally silent f…' https://t.co/blgWa2XvzI'
RT' @gablescinema': Alert! THE LAST RESORT screening and reception on Sat. 2/16 at 8:00PM is SOLD OUT. But, you can still catch this exquisit…
RT' @MovingImageNYC': “Jean-Luc Godard’s THE IMAGE BOOK could not be more of the moment. As ephemeral as a dream… framed with an injunction t…
Inquiries & Press
333 W. 39th St., Ste. 503
New York, NY 10018
Tel. (800) 562-3330
Fax. (212) 714-0871
Press & Media
For publicity assistance and press inquiries please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 212-629-6880.