Friday, July 7, 2017

Madness Rules on the Prairie in BENDER, a Thriller Based on America's First Serial Killing Family, Debuting on DVD/Digital HD on August 1st

BENDER Official Trailer
BENDER Official Trailer
PROGRAM SYNOPSIS
Based on the horrifying true story of America's first serial killing family, BENDER proves that blood-thirsty madness and tall grass grow equally on the prairie.  On August 1, Candy Factory Films unearths this frontier thriller from first-time director John Alexander featuring a stellar ensemble cast with Linda Purl, Bruce Davison, Buck Taylor and horror icon James Karen.
It's 1870s Kansas, and people have started to mysteriously vanish on the plains.  When the troubled Doctor York goes searching for answers, he stumbles upon the Benders, a homesteading family with an unnatural way of living off the land.   And when the good doctor also disappears, the locals sense that the Benders may be farming more than wheat.  With the sheriff circling and insanity afoot, America's first serial killing family must decide what to do with their latest harvest in a 19th century thriller that'll make your blood run cold.
CAST 
- James Karen (The Return of the Living Dead, The Pursuit of Happyness, Wall Street)
- Linda Purl ("The Office", "Homeland")
- Bruce Davison (X-Men, "The Fosters", Longtime Companion)
- Buck Taylor ("Gunsmoke", Cowboys and Aliens)
- Reylynn Caster ("Speechless")
- Jon Monastero (The Book of Daniel)

PROGRAM INFORMATION
Type:  DVD//Digital HD
Running Time: 75 mins.
Rating:  N/A
Genre:  Horror/Thriller
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Audio:  Stereo

About Candy Factory Films 
Candy Factory Films is a forward-thinking, filmmaker-friendly multimedia company dedicated to producing and distributing high impact, unique and compelling films.  Embracing emerging distribution trends to successfully promote releases, Candy Factory is at the forefront of a new vanguard of independent distributors maximizing profit by reaching distinct audiences in numerous ways.  With a catalog stocked with award-winning and acclaimed films across every genre, they're committed to creating and fostering communities around independent and progressive cinema.  Avenues for distribution include all leading digital platforms such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, iTunes and the national Video on Demand platform on cable television.

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