RED LETTERS will premiere on Kings of Horror YouTube Channel on Friday, August 21st at 2pm (PST).
In RED LETTERS, a Deputy vanishes without a trace while responding to a burglary call. Private Investigator Jim Knowles is a retired Homicide Detective and Mike Gaston is a retired Theology Professor, who specialize in cases that deal with the dark side of evil. Both men are requested to lend their assistance to this small-town police force in rural New Jersey. Knowles, a non-believer in both God and Satan, is convinced that people who commit a crime and use the Devil as an excuse are merely using an insanity defence. Gaston, his partner however, is a man of deep faith and conviction. Gaston believes that the Devil is real and is constantly on the prowl for people’s souls. In a fight between good and evil, both men will embark on a journey that leads them into the hands of darkness, whom neither is prepared for.
Klock is a partner and head of acquisitions for TERROR FILMS.
Klock is a partner and head of acquisitions for TERROR FILMS.He wrote, directed and produced the film under his Code 3 Films production shingle and also stars in the film. This will mark the fifth feature film Klock has directed. His acting credits include: Blumhouse’s “Into the Dark: Pure” and The Hunt, Hulu’s Wounds, and FOX’s “Scream Queens,” with upcoming roles in Oscar winner Kevin Willmott’s The 24th and Son of the South. Son of the South was produced by Spike Lee.
RED LETTERS co-stars Mike Capozzi (Amazon’s “Dark/Web,” Shockwave and Trace), Chad Ridgely (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Massacre on Aisle 12), Robin Baker (6:66 PM: Evil Has an Hour to Kill) and Kyra Kennedy - fresh off the national tour of “Waitress the Musical” and “Blue Bloods.”
Produced by Klock, Darrell Martinelli and Emily Adams from Code 3, the film will premiere on the Kings of Horror YouTube Channel on Friday, August 21st at 2pm (PST). The premiere will include a live stream with the filmmakers and cast.
Founded in 2015, Kings of Horror quickly became the most visited and subscribed channel for full-length horror movies on YouTube. The channel hosts nearly 1.2 million subscribers and is still growing.