Addison Henderson’s ‘Givers of Death’ (2020) – Sci-Fi Thriller Arrives in Select Theaters and VOD

Buffalo 8’s sci-fi thriller, Givers of Death, written and directed by Addison Henderson, will be arriving in select theaters and VOD.

Per the press release,

Givers of Death is a gritty, post-apocalyptic tale written and directed by and starring rising talent Addison Henderson. GIVERS OF DEATH premiered at the American Black Film Festival, secured multiple nominations and won Best Screenplay.

Let’s find out more about this thriller, including a trailer!

Synopsis:

An incurable virus has wiped out one third of the world’s population. Many infected commit suicide to end their agony. Those who cannot bring themselves to end their own lives hire professionals. This is the journey of a hitman’s quest for peace as he navigates through a city on the brink of collapse, while on the run from a detective seeking revenge.

 

Givers of Death

Directed/Written By: Addison Henderson (The Forgotten City)

Produced By: JJ Alfieri, Trent Boling, Michael Cappuccino, Leah Cohen-Mays and Addison Henderson

Starring: Addison Henderson (The Forgotten City, 84), Jonathan Sterritt (TV Series Growing Nowhere 2018), Lou Lombardi (Fox’s TV Series 24, HBO Series The Sopranos), JJ Alfieri (Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead 2006), Jason Delane Lee (CBS TV Series Criminal Minds) and Yvonne Huff Lee (CBS Series NCIS:Los Angeles).

Here’s the trailer!

 

Givers of Death will be released in select theaters and VOD August 5, 2022. Definitely looks worth checking out! Will you be checking this one out? Let us know in the comments. Stay tuned to PopHorror for all your news, reviews, interviews and much more!

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