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COLD IN JULY, Starring Michael C. Hall, to Hit Theaters May 23

IFC FIlms presents COLDIN JULY, a film by Jim Mickle, starring Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard, Don Johnson and Wyatt Russell, based on the book by Joe R. Lansdale. The movie will open theatrically and on VOD on May 23, 2014. COLD IN JULY made its World Premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

How can a split-second decision change your life? While investigating noises in his house one balmy Texas night in 1989, Richard Dane (Michael C. Hal) puts a bullet in the brain of low-life burglar Freddy Russell. Although he's hailed as a small-town hero, Dane soon finds himself fearing for his family's safety when Freddy's ex-con father, Ben (Sam Shepard), rolls into town, hell-bent on revenge.

Michael C. Hall (currently starring on Broadway in THE REALISTIC JONESES) brings a shell-shocked vulnerability to his portrayal of Dane that contrasts perfectly with the grizzled badasses portrayed by Sam Shepard and Don Johnson.

Directed with an excellent eye for the visual poetry of noir by Jim Mickle (We Are What We Are), this pulpy, southern-fried mystery is a throwback to an older breed of action film, one where every punch and shotgun blast opens up both physical and spiritual wounds. Twists and turns accelerate as the film reaches its inevitable destination: a gore-soaked dead end. Cold in July is as muggy, oppressive, and hard to shake as an east Texas summer.


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