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‘Daylight’s End’ Prepares for 20 Stop Theatrical Tour; We’ve Got the Dates and Venues

Daylight’s End seems to have enough support to do some big things for such a small flick, including a journey across the map to ensure fans remember this film. The Daylight’s End tour will see 20 stops. And fans are really expecting a stellar piece. For individuals in the following regions, you’ll have your chance to see this one as it should be seen.

Check out a screen listing below!


Here’s some valuable 411 from the press release:

Daylight’s End is a post-apocalyptic thriller. From director William Kaufman and writer Chad Law, this title recently had its World Premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival. As well, Daylight’s End had appearances at the Dallas Comic Con (May ‘16) and the Comicpalooza, in Houston (June ‘16, Best Picture). The film stars: actor and composer Johnny Strong, long time sci-fi and horror vet’ Lance Henriksen, MMA fighter Krzysztof Soszynski, prolific actor Louis Mandylor, Gary Cairns and many more. Now, the film is slated for a twenty city theatrical run, this August 26th, 2016!

The film’s story begins after a plague has destroyed much of human life. Survivors hole up in the remaining, crumbling infrastructure. Meanwhile, Rourke (Strong) is searching for vengeance, after losing his family, to the infected hordes. Hundreds of shades hope to stop Rourke and kill the few remaining people still left alive.

While this one hits theaters tomorrow, fans won’t be forced to wait too long to see this one arrive on a number of VOD outlets, including iTunes, Comcast, Time Warner and at least thirty other platforms.

Synopsis: Years after a mysterious plague has devastated the planet and turned most of humanity into blood-hungry creatures, a rogue drifter on a vengeful hunt stumbles across a band of survivors in an abandoned police station and reluctantly agrees to try to help them defend themselves and escape to the sanctuary they so desperately need.

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