Here we present two action and adventure thrillers that are already available for streaming since the last months, Tribal – Get Out Alive (2020) and The Shade Shepherd (2019).
In Tribal – Get Out Alive (2020), elite military personnel Caitlin Ross retires from service after suffering from PTSD. Along with former team member and close friend Brad Johnson, they opted for the ‘easy life’ and now lead a small security firm. The company is hired by young, troublesome millionaire Richard Kenning to clear and secure the land and property he has recently inherited. Rumors and stories surrounding the land and buildings are dismissed until people start disappearing and the team ends up locked in with no escape. It soon becomes apparent they are being hunted and the race is on to get out alive.
Stunts artist Matt Routledge debuts as the director of a feature film with this movie. Johnny Walker has been in charge of the screenplay. Zara Phythian, Ross O’Hennessy, Rachel Warren, Thomas Dodd, Valerie Thomas, Grayson James Matthews, and Charlene Aldridge form the main cast.
Tribal – Get Out Alive (2020) has collected a good amount of awards and nominations after being part of Iron Dragon TV Action Fest, Los Angeles Motion Picture Festival, and Urban Action Showcase And Expo this year. Now, it is available on Video on Demand. Here you can watch its trailer.
The Shade Shepherd (2019) is an adventure thriller set in the late 80s. It centers on a psychiatrist who leads his junkie older brother towards the Canadian border to escape a murder charge.
Chris Faulisi, the producer of Samurai Cop 2: Deadly Vengeance (2015), has been the editor, cinematographer, and director of the movie. He has also been the writer of the screenplay together with the main star of the film Jordon Hodges. Randy Spence, Caroline Newton, Brett Baker, Jency Griffin Hogan, Jeff Sowell, Carrie Lee Bland, Stacey Nickel, and Jennifer Pompa complete the main cast.
The Shade Shepherd (2019) was part on 2019 of the DaVinci Film Festival and Mindfield Film Festival Los Angeles where in both cases won the Best Feature Film award. It has also been part of the Newport Beach International Film Festival, and the Orlando Film Festival before its official premiere on January 18, 2020. Since October 6, 2020, it is available on Video on Demand. Here you can watch its trailer.
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