‘The Black Gate’ (2017) And ‘Turnabout’ (2016) Now Available On DVD

BayView Entertainment has announced two new releases on DVD: The Black Gate (2017) and Turnabout (2016).

The Black Gate is directed by Guillaume Beylard (Another Hero TV series) and newcomer Fabrice Martin. The film stars Nicolas Couchet, Jeanne Dessart (Exultet 2018), Antony Cinturino, Benjamin Combettes (Luna 2017), and Michel Coste (La muse de trop 2018).


David and Sarah are siblings, separated for many years after the mysterious death of their parents. The scars of the past of still there for both even though they have moved on to successful lives: David is a fitness teacher and Sarah is an archaeologist. Sarah admits to David that she contacted him for a reason: a mysterious parcel containing a book on the occult written in a strange language that she received from their Uncle Simon, the last surviving member of their father’s family. Sarah enlists David to accompany her to their uncle’s house to assist her in translating these old spells and understand the strange dreams she is having between the past and the future. At the same time, three criminals are on the run after attempting to flee the country and also end up at Uncle Simon’s house. Soon, the five people find themselves in a situation that leads them straight into the depths of Hell. And the dead are not happy…

Turnabout is directed by E.B. Hughes (Exit 0 2019) and stars George Katt (Unforgettable 2015), Waylon Payne (Walk the Line 2005), Peter Greene (Pulp Fiction 1994), Sayra Player (Chained for Life 2017), Rosebud Baker (Eyes of the Dead 2015), and Judy Jerome (Grace And The Storm 2004).
A troubled man survives a suicide attempt. He calls an old friend to rescue him in the middle of the night. Their journey is just beginning, and by daybreak, a tragedy will surface.

About Christine Burnham

When not writing, Christine Burnham is watching TV, Horror films, reading, cooking, and spending time with her menagerie of animals.

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