Indie genre distributor TERROR FILMS has acquired the worldwide rights to Marvin Choi’s feature debut, A KNIGHT’S TOUR.

In a post-apocalyptic world, J.D. (Darnel Powell) is a young drifter suffering from an injury. Soon, J.D. finds himself at a secluded cabin occupied by Henry (Joseph Price), a detached hermit; here, Henry is living in self-imposed isolation from a chaotic world. After their initial suspicions subside, these two strangers begin to form a friendship over a game of chess. When Henry discovers a notebook in J.D.’s backpack highlighting various locations that are now crossed off, Henry begins to question J.D.’s true intentions. After investigating a bit more, Henry suspects that a threat of unseen invaders from the outside world are close at hand, brought to his doorstep by J.D. 

The film was written by Choi and produced by Sara Razack and has been an official selection at several film festivals. Festival appearances include: the Pan African Film Festival, DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon, San Francisco Black Film Festival, Revelation Perth International Film Festival, Montreal International Black Film Festival, Boston SciFi International Film Festival and the Kansas International Film Festival. At the Kansas International Film Festival, A KNIGHT’S TOUR was nominated for a “Feature Narrative Jury Award.”

The film is set to begin its digital release in May. A digital roll-out will continue over the coming months and across multiple platforms including: Prime Video, Tubi TV, Watch Movies Now, Google Play and many others. As well, A KNIGHT’S TOUR will be featured in the June issue of Scream Magazine as part of a promotion from Terror Films. 

To get you interested, here’s the trailer:

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Simon is a journalism tutor in London, who also just happens to be a movie fanatic, with a craving for the darker side of cinema. He has written three books - on the horror films of director Bob Clark (2014), the history of the character Norman Bates (2015) and the work of British exploitation director Pete Walker (2017). He is currently working with director Richard Loncraine to explore all avenues in a bid to orchestrate the re-release of 1978 Mia Farrow chiller Full Circle