American cult thriller available for UK audiences on Amazon

An American cult thriller has become available for UK audiences on Amazon Prime.

Written, produced and directed by Jack Thomas Smith, Disorder opened in cinemas back in 2006 and was later released on DVD.

Disorder stars Darren Kendrick (Thor, Criminal Minds) as David Randall, a paranoid schizophrenic, who was sent away for a brutal double murder with his claims of innocence and description of a masked killer completely ignored.

As David comes home, the deadly masked figure from his past returns.

Does the killer really exist, and is David being set up once again? Or has David stopped taking his medication and is now in a dangerous delusional state?

Jack said: “Disorder is a psychological thriller told from the perspective of the main character, who is a paranoid schizophrenic.

“You are not sure what is real and what is not. And right when you think you have it figured out, there is a twist ending.”

Disorder is available now in the UK on Amazon Prime.

In 2007, Disorder screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Raindance Film Festival in London.

Curb Entertainment represented Disorder for international theatrical and DVD sales and secured distribution deals around the world.

The filmmaker’s controversial new film Infliction is available now on DVD, VOD, and Digital HD in the US and Canada through Virgil Films & Entertainment.

READ MORE: Q&A with director, writer and producer Jack Thomas Smith

Infliction is a dark and disturbing assembled footage film that documents two brothers’ 2011 murder spree in North Carolina and the horrific truth behind their actions.


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