Gothic Horror Drama Hands That Bind Coming To theatres and VOD this November

Hi, folks, press release just in for a new gothic horror drama called Hands That Bind – Check It Out and add the date to your calender

Dark Sky Films brings the release of a slow burn, prairie gothic drama set in the 1980s, HANDS THAT BIND, starring Paul Sparks, Susan Kent, Nicholas Campbell with Bruce Dern. The film will be available in theatres and on VOD on November 3, 2023.


Paul Sparks, Susan Kent, Landon Liboiron, Nicholas Campbell, Will Oldham and Bruce Dern Star In A Film Directed by Kyle Armstrong

Coming to Theaters & VOD on November 3, 2023, from Dark Sky Films


Directed & Written by: Kyle Armstrong 

Produced by: Blake McWilliam

Country of Origin: Canada

Language: English

Genre: Drama, Thriller, Independent

Distributor: Dark Sky Films 

Run Time: 117 minutes

Cast:  Paul Sparks (HOUSE OF CARDS), Susan Kent (TRAILER PARK BOYS), Landon Liboiron (COME TRUE), Nicholas Campbell (NAKED LUNCH), Will Oldham (Songwriter), and Bruce Dern (NEBRASKA)


Hands that Bind is a slow-burn prairie gothic drama set in the 1980s in small town Alberta. Andy, a hired farmhand, is dreaming of a better way of life. Andy devotes himself to working another man’s land, trying to establish new roots with his wife Susan and their children, with the hope that this land might one day be his. Those hopes are dashed when his boss’s prodigal son unexpectedly returns. As Andy struggles with his family’s future in a world that is increasingly uncertain, a darkness settles over the community and mysterious, unsettling events begin to happen around him. As tensions grow in his relationships, desperation takes hold and Andy’s world begins to spiral beyond his control. He watches as his way of life begins slipping through his fingers, and as Andy confronts a changing culture, he’s forced to make decisions that will have lasting consequences.

You can Check Out The Trailer Below

All the above information is from the Official HANDS THAT BIND Press Kit! As always, thanks for reading.


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