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Prisoners of the Ghostland: Nicolas Cage movie to stream on Shudder, AMC+

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Director Sion Sono’s Prisoners of the Ghostland, which “is likely to be the wildest film” star Nicolas Cage has ever made, is coming to DVD and Blu-ray on November sixteenth, and Amazon is accepting pre-orders at THIS LINK. However in case you don’t wish to personal a duplicate of the movie instantly, in case you’d quite test it out on a streaming service earlier than deciding whether or not or to not purchase it, we now have some superb information: it’s going to be streaming simply three days after its bodily media launch date. On November 19th, Prisoners of the Ghostland will start streaming solely on Shudder and AMC+.

Described as a “delirious mash-up of Western, samurai, and post-apocalyptic thriller”, the movie was written by Aaron Hendry and Reza Sixo Safai. It’s set

within the treacherous frontier metropolis of Samurai City, the place a ruthless financial institution robber (Cage) is sprung from jail by rich warlord The Governor (Invoice Moseley), whose adopted granddaughter Bernice (Sofia Boutella) has gone lacking. The Governor affords the prisoner his freedom in alternate for retrieving the runaway. Strapped right into a leather-based go well with that may self-destruct inside three days, the bandit units off on a journey to seek out the younger girl — and his personal path to redemption.

Bernice has “disappeared right into a darkish supernatural universe”, and Sono has stated that “There are samurais, there are ninjas, and ghosts are a part of the story as effectively.” Sono wouldn’t promise that that is Cage’s wildest movie, however stated if viewers “suppose that that is the wildest film that he’s ever made, the craziest film that he’s ever made, then I’d be actually actually pleased to listen to that.”

Cage, Moseley, and Boutella are joined within the forged by Tak Sakaguchi, Yuzuka Nakaya, and Nick Cassavetes.

Our reviewers had been a little bit break up on this one. Chris Bumbray gave Prisoners of the Ghostland a 5/10 “beneath common” assessment which you can learn HERE, whereas The Iceman thought the film was worthy of an 8/10 “nice” score. You possibly can learn his assessment HERE. I haven’t watched it but myself, however I positively can be watching it in November.

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