Contract assassins, child murderers, and the victims in thrillers “Flinch” and “Goodbye, Butterfly”

Contract assassins, child murderers, and the victims in thrillers "Flinch" and "Goodbye, Butterfly"

Displays of violence will always carry consequences, either you want to see them or not, accept them or not. And I’m not talking about legal consequences, that is just anecdotal, because violence is destructive, and if there is destruction there will be victims. In the thriller movies Flinch (2021) and Goodbye, Butterfly (2021), two different acts of violence carry different consequences. Let’s take a look.

Flinch (2021) centers on a young Hitman who lives with his mother catches feelings for the witness of a murder he commits. It is the debut feature film of producer, writer, and director Cameron Van Hoy after a handful of short films.

The main cast for Flinch (2021) is formed by Daniel Zovatto, Tilda Cobham-Hervey, Cathy Moriarty, Buddy Duress, Tom Segura, Steven Bauer, David Proval, Michael Drayer, and Adam Lazarre-White.

Here you can watch its official trailer.

In Goodbye, Butterfly (2021), after his five-year-old daughter is murdered, a loving family man becomes convinced that the oddball down the street is guilty. This movie is also the debut film of Tyler Wayne acting as executive producer, writer, and director.

Adam Donshik, Jennifer Adams, Marie Burke, Addison Ross, Jeremy London, and Andrew Lauer form the main cast.

Here you can watch its official trailer.

Both movies were released on January 15, 2021.


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