Rock n’ Roll horror thriller High Voltage, from writer-director Alex Keledjian (Project Greenlight; FEAST), is set to play this month on Digital and in Theaters.
David Arquette and Luke Wilson star alongside Allie Gonino (The Red Road) in the film about “A struggling rock band, led by washed-out rock star Jimmy Kleen (Arquette), strikes a deal with cynical record executive Rick (Wilson). Things take a sinister turn when the band’s lead singer, Rachel (Gonino), and her controlling stage mother, Barb (Reeves) both get struck by lightning and killed. Rachel is brought back to life, but she is different than before: confident, sexy, with an irresistible stage presence. Lightning courses through her veins and she uses her new supernatural electrical powers to drain the life from men and turn it into electrifying stage performances. Her bandmates, including guitarist Scott (Donowho), discover her dark secret and have to decide just how far are they are willing to let her go to help them succeed. As Jimmy says, “You can’t have rock n’ roll without electricity.”
Michael D. Jones (Cabin Fever), Ryan Gibson (Stan Against Evil; Fear the Walking Dead), Dwjuan Fox (XX; ARMED) and Mitch Waxman (Freaks) produced the project along with Alex Keledjian.
High Voltage arrives on digital on Friday, October 19, as well as opening in theaters (below) through October 27th. A DVD release will follow in November.
Los Angeles – Arena Cinelounge
Danvers, MA (Boston) – AMC Liberty Tree Mall 20
Schaumberg, IL (Chicago) – AMC Loews Streets of Woodfield 20
Fort Collins, CO – AMC Worthington 6
Sterling, Heights, MI (Detroit) – AMC Forum 30
Independence, MO (Kansas City) – AMC Independence Commons 20
Aventura, FL (Miami-Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood) – AMC Aventura Mall 24
Elizabeth, NJ (Newark/New York) – AMC Loews Jersey Gardens 20
Cherry Hill, NJ (Philadelphia) – AMC Loews Cherry Hill 24
Oldsmar, FL (Tampa-St. Pete) – AMC Woodlands Square 20