Just in time for the weekend, Anthony Stabley's heart-wrenching thriller is available for all to watch beginning today, on Amazon's digital video service (link at the end of this page). Watch with a loved one, and make sure to have plenty of tissues handy.
From the press release -
Super Grande Films and Indie Rights team up this Holiday Season to release
Anthony Stabley’s crime thriller Everlasting via Amazon.
Everlasting won the Jury Award for Best Feature at the 17th Annual Nevermore
Film Festival earlier this year. It was also Nominated Best Feature at the Crystal
Palace International Film Festival in London and screened at Panic Fest
alongside indie notables Baskin, Synchronicity and Southbound.
Everlasting follows a HS Student (Adam David) as he journeys solo from
Colorado to L.A. in order to find the truth behind the murder of his girlfriend
(Valentina de Angelis). To date, Everlasting has garnered numerous stellar
reviews from media outlets in the U.S. and the UK.
Ari Drew (Dread Central) “Stabley’s film ultimately offers quite a bit more
substance than first meets the eye - providing resonant drama and suspense
that recalls haunting indie fare such as 2006’s The Dead Girl and Brick.”
Katie Young (Film Debate) “There are no easy answers in Everlasting, but it
serves as a thought-provoking, stylish and haunting meditation on the underbelly
Everlasting features a veteran supporting cast, which includes SAG Award
Winner Elisabeth Rohm (American Hustle), Pat Healy (The Innkeepers), Michael
Massee (Seven), Robert LaSardo (Nip / Tuck) and Bai Ling (The Crow). Songs
by Crystal Castles, Cold Cave and L.A. Vampires accent a strong original score
composed by Scott Gordon, David Levita of Criminal Minds fame.
Writer-Director Anthony Stabley initiated Everlasting in 2011 with the help of
Producers Shannon Makhanian, Candi Guterres under the banner of Super
Grande Films. “We are truly excited to collaborate with Indie Rights. They are
very much in-sync with the evolving online markets. They also understand the
importance of Social Media and the power it has to connect with particular
audiences,” expressed Stabley.
Founded in 2007 by Linda Nelson and Michael Madison, Indie Rights works
directly with filmmakers and gives them greater control of their distribution
process. The company is based in Los Angeles where it reps a growing list of
award winning films including American Songwriter, Fray and I Remember You.
Martin Unsworth (Starburst Magazine) “Drawing the viewer in with haunting,
beautifully-shot visuals and a fittingly unnerving score, Stabley’s film is a rare
breed; tragically engaging yet knife-edge terrifying and emotionally draining.”