Watch A Free Screening Of David Tennant's New Thriller Bad Samaritan With Director Dean Devlin In New York



A free screening of the new David Tennant thriller Bad Samaritan is taking place in New York on 19 April, courtesy of Dread Central. Director Dean Devlin will be attending the event, which is hosted at Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, to introduce the movie and to take part in a Q&A session.

Tickets are available now to get yourself a seat visit the Dread Central site here

Bad Samaritan centres on two parking valets, Sean and Derek, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, who hit upon a novel scam. While their customers are dining in the high class restaurant where they work, they use their cars to identify their homes and rob them. All is going well, until the night that Cale comes to eat, and Sean makes the horrifying discovery of a kidnapped and chained girl when he breaks into Cale's residence. What follows is a tense game of cat and mouse as Cale turns his focus on the hapless would-be burglars, seeking revenge after their attempts to expose him.

The film was written by Brandon Boyce and directed by Dean Devlin, who also produces through his own company Electric Entertainment. Other cast include Kerry Condon and Jacqueline Byers.

Watch the trailer below:


Bad Samaritan will be released in cinemas across the USA from 4 May 2018

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