Horizon Movies has acquired North American rights to Mr. Hush. The Kino Lorber division plans a digital and home entertainment release August 7. David Lee Madison wrote, directed and produced the film, a homage to the horror flicks of the 1970s and ’80s. It premiered in 2011 at Anthology Film Archives and played in limited theatrical release in Los Angeles and Pennsylvania. The deal was negotiated between Eric Wilkinson, Kino Lorber’s VP Home Entertainment Sales & Distribution, and David Lee Madison.
Horizon Picks Up Rights To ‘Mr. Hush’
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