Hello again my friends I am back once more and likely the last time for this particular topic of the Sumerian Films “Paradise City” series which will be available to stream at the moment this post goes live if I am not mistaken in how Amazon Prime premieres its series and films. It was only a few days ago when I posted the Final Trailer (click text to launch that) and now its time to share the Official Poster, premise and casting once more. Take a look.
Back in December, I shared the Official Trailer for the really soon to arrive new series from Sumerian Films called “Paradise City”. Named after the hot Guns N Roses track, the series continues the story that began in the film “American Satan”. If you didn’t see that trailer post just click HERE to rectify it and then check out the latest clip before the series premiere on 3/25. I’ve even added some new art and the premise/casting for good measure. Enjoy.
A whole lot of time has gone past since we last shared some news about the upcoming Sumerian Films project “Paradise City” and if you’re one who likes to connect all the continuity dots you can click HERE to see that first narrative from back in May. So as most know, this series continues the story begun in “American Satan” and features a lot of the labels artists along with what appears to be many of the Disney stars of today as well. Let’s take a look.
This next new trailer clip took me by surprise but I guess its based on my not having seen the “American Satan” film despite having an interest in doing so. According to what I’ve read this picks up where the film left off and that’s kind of cool. I’ve presented the first official trailer the basic premise and comprehensive cast list down below. Check it out.
We’ve shared some of the trailers for the film “American Satan” which stars Andy Biersack from the Black Veil Brides and comes care of Sumerian Records. This film opens today in select theaters and you can see the Official Theatrical Poster along with the casting and premise down below. I’ll toss in some editorial thoughts to close it up.
The Plot: A young rock band, half from England and half from the United States, drop out of college and move to the Sunset Strip to chase their dreams. Living in a van, their passion and talent exceed their means to survive. An enigmatic stranger sees their true potential and emotionally manipulates them during a time of weakness. Caught in the middle of a Faustian deal, their music and controversial altercations end up influencing society beyond anything this century has seen, but can they take back control of their destiny before it’s too late? (thanks Wiki) Continue reading Opening: “American Satan” in Select Theaters (10/13/2017)→