Trinity Films announces new label Trinity X

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Trinity X launches with Simon Rumley’s controversial art house horror title RED WHITE & BLUE

Trinity Films announced today the creation of their new label Trinity X, which launches with the UK release of Simon Rumley’s acclaimed psycho-sexual chiller RED WHITE & BLUE, starring Noah Taylor (pictured), Amanda Fuller and Marc Senter.

Mark Sandell, co-director of Trinity Films, said today from Cannes: “Trinity X will take on much more risk-taking projects that may not sit very easily with exhibitors. These films won’t be exploitive, they will still carry the Trinity brand of originality and vision but due to their controversial nature we can challenge the distribution norms and traditional windows. Red White & Blue is a perfect fit. It’s a challenging, character driven piece with a strong director’s vision and stunning performances. I haven’t seen that many horror films that are this kind of hybrid and handled with such maturity”.

Rumley adds: “Trinity has constantly shown itself to be a company which isn’t afraid to pick up challenging material and prove to the industry that there is a market for well made and provocative cinema. I’m very pleased they’ve chosen my film to launch Trinity X and I’m much looking forward to working with them on the release of ‘Red White & Blue.”

Although dates has yet to be finalised, it is likely that the public will finally get to see what has been voted as one of the best films of 2010 in many of the leading horror and genre publications, in cinemas from September.

Read our review of Red White & Blue Here and check out the trailer below –

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About Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. In 2008 he teamed up with long term friend and fellow fright film fanatic Tom Atkinson to set up Love Horror in celebration of the genre they both loved. Becoming joint editor the website has been running ever since and some of Alex’s highlights have included frequently attending festivals and interviewing a ton of horror talent. Taking his passion for another genre further in 2017 he helped set up the Science Fiction Rating System. The podcast which runs weekly reviews films in an attempt to rank every Sci-Fi ever made.

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