Los Angeles – January 2016
“FOREIGN LAND” tackles the politically explosive issue of undocumented immigration. This might be the one movie Donald Trump doesn’t want you to see.
“FRIEND REQUEST” is an edge of your seat thriller about the dangers of living through social media.
Random Media and Alchemy are releasing “FRIEND REQUEST” on digital EST and VOD platforms on January 12th and “FOREIGN LAND” on digital EST and VOD platforms on January 19th.
“Foreign Land” starring Jeffrey Licon (Mysterious Skin, The Brothers Garcia) and Alex Frnka (The Inbetweeners, I’m OK), tells the story of a Los Angeles teen deported to Mexico after a routine traffic stop. He quickly learns that Tijuana and many other border towns are violent places overrun by dangerous, warring criminal factions very different from the American life he’s always known.
“Friend Request” Starring Anthony Michael Hall (The Dead Zone, The Breakfast Club, The Dark Knight, Edward Scissorhands) and Martin Kove (The Karate Kid, Rambo, Cagney and Lacey), is a gripping thriller that follows a team of detectives tasked with apprehending a crazed, on-line psycho, who tracks down and lures victims via a popular social media website.
ABOUT RANDOM MEDIA
Random Media 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 distributed in the U.S. and Canada by Alchemy. Random Media’s library includes acclaimed films such as The Motel Life, Escape From Tomorrow, The Visit: An Alien Encounter, and The Forecaster.
Alchemy is the largest independent distributor of film and television content in North America. Alchemy partners with brands, filmmakers, major studios, and distributors to deliver entertainment to every channel, platform and window, reaching consumers in theaters, stores, homes, and mobile devices.
The company has distributed the work of some of the world’s finest filmmakers including Richard Linklater, Werner Herzog, Gregg Araki, Dito Montiel, John Hillcoat, Robert Vince, John Turturro, Lee Daniels, Oren Moverman and James Cameron to name a few, and owns a catalog of more than 1,000 film titles.