Jennifer Marlowe, Anson Scoville, Billy Cook, Jack Gwaltney
Trevor and Ashley are about to become engaged but one tragic event will change everything, now the police are looking for a killer and the two young lovers lives will never be the same again.
There's been many films that claim to be this or that so when you see a film advertised as being a Hitchcockian thriller you might be a bit skeptical. Black Wine starts off easy enough, a love story is introduced to us but things quickly turn for the worse. When out on the town together, Trevor and Ashley are approached by a man with a gun looking to rob them, the events that follow lead the two down a road of both mental and physical turmoil. To talk plot too much here would surely be a mistake for those that want to see this film so I am not going to say much more. I can say this is a film that would make Hitchcock proud, the plot is riveting and the scenes flow into each other seamlessly. Also there's twist after twist and it keeps you glued to the screen holding on to your seat waiting to see what happens next. Credit goes out to Director Ryan Rossell, as a first time Director, I can only say I really look forward to any new projects he might have coming out. The cast in this low-budget Indie film is excellent as well and actor's Jennifer Marlowe and Anson Scoville really make their characters believable. Black Wine is haunting and intense and a real gem that should not be missed. Released by Indican Pictures. ***** Out Of *****