Trouble is my Business with Brittney Powell has been released on DVD and Blu-Ray on April 5, 2018. I’m looking forward to seeing this movie and review it for my MaryDReviews site. Check out the details below!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
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TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS
Fantastic New Neo-Noir Film Debuting on Blu-Ray, DVD, VOD & Digital
2-Disc ‘Special Edition’ Blu-Ray DVD Features Film in Color and Black & White and ITunes
Random Media and Lumen Actus Productions proudly announce the Blu-Ray DVD, Digital and VOD debut of a spectacular new classically inspired 1940’s noir feature, TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS. Directed by and starring Thomas Konkle, the film follows Roland Drake, a Los Angeles Private Investigator trying to untangle a mystery that only lands him in deep trouble. Debuting on DVD in a spectacular 2-Disc ‘Special Edition,’ the release allows whodunit fans to enjoy the adventure in color or in beautiful, authentic to its roots, black and white. A story ripped from the covers of hard-boiled pulp magazines, inspired by noirfilm classics like The Maltese Falcon, and Double Indemnity TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS also stars Vernon Wells (Mad Max, Commando) and Brittney Powell (Xena, Safety Geeks), in an adventure that ticks all the classic boxes, including seductive femme fatales, corrupt cops, a weary P.I., and troublesome thugs and dames.
SYNOPSIS: Private Detective Roland Drake has fallen on hard times in a harsh world. He’s being evicted from his office and disgraced by a missing person case, which has ruined him in the public eye and with the police. It seems like it’s all over for him, until redemption walks in… with curves. The owner of those curves is a sexy, dark-haired beauty named Katherine Montemar. She needs his help! The chemistry is immediate and her concern for the disappearance of her family members pulls him into her case… and into bed. Drake wakes up to her missing, with a pool of blood where she used to lie.
After a nervous encounter with his one-time partner in investigations, the equally skilled but unscrupulous Lew MacDonald, Drake is confronted by Katherine’s blonde sister, Jennifer, who knows more than she should about everything and blackmails him into helping her. They both have secrets from each other and the world, but their destiny becomes entwined in the dark descent into her universe, which is violently coming apart. This leads them on a hunt for a priceless gem and into world peeled back to reveal a twisted family and the immoral underbelly of human nature. Dogged by the corrupt police in the form of Detective Tate and by a dangerously interested Lew MacDonald, Drake must navigate a sinister world of lies, betrayal, and murder with the menagerie of seedy characters that appear in Jennifer’s life.
Roland and Jennifer slip deeper and deeper into their doomed love story. Even Drake might not be able to tell right from wrong anymore at the shocking conclusion, which could destroy him, Jennifer, and bury all the mysteries forever.”
TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS follows Roland Drake, a 1940s Private Investigator trying to untangle a mystery that’s only landing him in deeper trouble, in an adventure that ticks all the classic boxes — seductive femme fatales, corrupt cops, a weary PI, and troublesome thugs and dames.
VERNON WELLS as Detective Barry Tate
BRITTNEY POWELL as Jennifer Montemar
THOMAS KONKLE as Roland Drake
STEVE TOM as Gavron Grozney
JORDANA CAPRA as Evelyn Montemar
BEN PACE as John Shannon
DAVID BEELER as Lew MacDonald
Director: Thomas Konkle
Writers: Thomas Konkle & Brittney Powell
Producer: David Beeler and Brittney Powell
Executive Producer:Michael J. Smith and Thomas Konkle
Production Design: Reed Johns
Director of Photography: Jesse Arnold and PJ Gaynard
Music: Thomas Chase and Hayden Clement
Editing: Thomas Konkle and Michael J. Smith
Costume Design:Eric Shane Johnson and Chantal Filson
TROUBLE IS MY BUSINESS was produced by Lumen Actus and is released by Random Media. The film has a running time of 116 minutes and not rated.
About Random Media:
Random Media is a content company that acquires and distributes films on a worldwide basis through movie theatres, conventional brick and mortar retailers, digital platforms, cable and satellite companies and television networks. Random Media is known for its commitment to building strong, supportive relationships with its filmmakers. The companies growing library includes such acclaimed films as Fare, Desert Cathedral, The Lonely Italian, Killswitch: The Battle for Control of the Internet, Frank Vs. God, Finding Kim and The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille. For more information on all Random Media releases can be found at: http://www.RandomMedia.com