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New Thriller The Samaritans Sets its World Premiere

The Samaritans Are Coming For You In Atlantic City!

“No good deed goes unpunished”

The Thrilling new feature film “The Samaritans” will have its highly anticipated World Premiere at the 10th Annual 2017 Atlantic City Cinefest Film Festival. “The Samaritans” will be the festivals closing night feature premiere screening at the historic Dante Hall Theater 14 North Mississippi Avenue Atlantic City, NJ on Sunday October 15th 4:30PM.

Creepy, scary and heart pounding. One of the most frightening films of the year. The Samaritans is so shocking it will keep your mind filled with paranormal fear for days.

“The Samaritans” tells the story of Four co-workers who get together to finish a project at their manager’s home. They haven’t actually met face to face and they discover they have more in common than the new App they are perfecting. As they piece together their histories, they realize that each of them has a deadly secret that could reveal a way out or seal their fates. Their pasts have provoked a vengeful force to show them the errors in their ways. The home they have been summoned to becomes their court and their prison. Can they prove that history doesn’t repeat itself? Can they redeem themselves before time runs out? Will they figure out their fateful bond before revenge has its way with them?

STARRING: Keith Collins (“The Evangelist”,”The Jersey Devil”), Doug Bollinger (“Waltzing Anna”,”Mail Order Bride”), Timothy Laurel Harrison (Out Of My Hand”), Annelise Nielsen (“The Brink Of Us”). DIRECTED BY, Doug Bollinger. PRODUCED BY, Keith Collins, Doug Bollinger, Cory Green (“The Jersey Devil”), Matt Grego. CINEMATOGRAPHY BY Cory Green. EDITED BY, Cory Green and Matt Grego. WRITTEN BY, Doug Bollinger. STORY BY, Keith Collins. ORIGINAL MUSIC BY, Olivia Bec. www.Facebook.com/TheSamaritansMovie

For premiere tickets and more info about the festival please log onto; www.AtlanticCityCinefest.org

Written by Matt Storc

(Chicago Events Coordinator) Matt Storc is a screenwriter and director from the great city of Chicago. He enjoys sharing movies with people almost as much as he enjoys making them. He also does a killer rendition of the other guy's part in Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" at karaoke."