In a Valley of Violence (2016)

In a Valley of Violence was released on DVD on December 27, 2016
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Storyline:

A mysterious drifter named Paul (Ethan Hawke) and his dog Abbie (Jumpy) make their way towards Mexico through the barren desert of the old west. In an attempt to shorten their journey they cut through the center of a large valley – landing themselves in the forgotten town of Denton – a place now dubbed by locals as a “valley of violence.” The once popular mining town is nearly abandoned, and controlled by a brash group of misfits and nitwits – chief among them, the seemingly untouchable, Gilly (James Ransone) who is the troublemaking son of the town’s unforgiving Marshal (John Travolta).

As tensions rise between Paul and Gilly, Denton’s remaining residents bear witness to an inevitable act of violence that starts a disastrous chain reaction, infecting the petty lives of all involved and quickly drags the whole town into the bloody crosshairs of revenge. Mary-Anne (Taissa Farmiga) and Ellen (Karen Gillan), two bickering sisters who run the town’s only hotel, try to find the good in both men, while desperately searching for their own salvation. Only the world-weary Marshal struggles to stop the violent hysteria, but after a gruesome discovery about Paul’s past…there is no stopping the escalation.

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On DVD:

US DVD Release Date December 27, 2016
UK DVD Release Date March 6, 2017
Australia DVD Release Date January 18, 2017

In Theaters:

Complete Movie Details

Run time 104 minutes
Theater Release Date October 21, 2016
DVD Release Date December 27, 2016
Actors Ethan Hawke, John Travolta, Taissa Farmiga, Karen Gillan, Burn Gorman, James Ransone, Toby Huss, Larry Fessenden
Director Ti West
Writer(s)
Studio Universal
MPAA R (Rated R for violence and language)
Gross $50,381
Genre(s) Western
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