Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Dark Indie Thriller "Truth" Heads to DVD
Left of Center Entertainment and Border 2 Border Entertainment recently send us over information for the upcoming DVD release of "Truth. The film stars Sean Paul Lockhart (Milk, Judas Kiss, Chillerama) and Rob Moretti (Crutch, An Affirmative Adct, Snapshot).
Special features on DVD includes Stranger than Fiction: The Making of Truth and deleted and extended scenes.
"Truth" hits DVD on 5/6 and is current available now through various VOD platforms.
Left of Center Entertainment and Border 2 Border Entertainment are excited to announce that Rob Moretti's Truth is now available on VOD nationwide. A suspenseful psychological thriller, Truth is headlined by producers Sean Paul Lockhart (Milk, Judas Kiss, Chillerama) and Rob Moretti (Crutch, An Affirmative Act, Snapshot). The film also features an impressive supporting performance from Emmy® Winner Blanche Baker (16 Candles, Raw Deal, Taking Chances). Canteen Outlaws will release the DVD on May 6th with exclusive artwork.
After a chance encounter over the Internet, Caleb (Lockhart) meets and falls head over heels for Jeremy (Moretti) and soon the line between love and lies blur. Struggling to keep his past a secret, including his mentally ill mother, Caleb slowly succumbs to his darker side. A sudden turn of events finds Jeremy held captive, until Caleb's quest for the truth is revealed.
Following the film's world premiere at Philadelphia QFest, Moretti and Lockhart (who took home the festival's Rising Star Award in 2011 for Judas Kiss) have assembled an impressive list of screenings. Truth has also been screened at Chicago's Reeling Film Festival as a Love Gone Wrong centerpiece, OutonFilm Atlanta, the Homochrom Film Fest and FilmOut San Diego.
Truth is available to rent now on iTunes, YouTube, Vimeo, Google Play, Wolfe Video, Distrify, Xbox and on most cable VOD services, including Dish and Verizon Fios.
The DVD release of Truth (SRP $24.95) will include a feature length audio commentary by Rob Moretti and Sean Paul Lockhart, Stranger than Fiction: The Making of Truth and deleted and extended scenes.