Breaking Glass Pictures will release the upcoming thriller Justice Served on DVD/VOD May 9, 2017. The film was directed and written by Marvin Young– aka Young MC. Justice Served stars Young, Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale, Lucifer), Lance Henriksen (Aliens, The Terminator), Gail O’Grady (Revenge, Desperate Housewives), Chase Coleman (In Between Men, The Originals), and Jay Giannone (American Hustle, Gone Baby Gone).
Synopsis: Luke Palmer (Coleman), a Los Angeles widower, has been in therapy for a year since his wife’s accused killer was found not guilty at trial. In an attempt to get away from his anguish, Luke takes a trip to Scottsdale for a three-day vacation, but is kidnapped and awakens to find himself in a room with a recording device… and an electrified restraining chair.
The next thing Luke knows, a hooded man is dragged into the room and secured in the chair. The hood is removed to reveal Galen Terry (Giannone), the man acquitted for Luke’s wife’s murder. An ominous voice comes over a loudspeaker and says, “My name is Justice. You are here to retry the case of California vs. Terry for the murder of your wife… The defendant’s chair is electrified. The electricity is controlled by the red button. Feel free to use it.” Luke is one of three individuals whose loved ones were victims of crimes, and the accused perpetrator was inexplicably exonerated. Now, these individuals will be given a second chance to re-litigate the crime in a private setting, under the auspices of “Justice.”
Produced in conjunction with Arizona State University, Justice Served is the feature film debut from director Marvin Young, who, while supporting his new film, is currently touring on the nostalgic “I Love the 90s” tour alongside classic acts Kid ‘n Play, Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Coolio, and many more. “I Love the 90s” will hold over 100 performances throughout 2017.
Justice Served will be available on iTunes, Amazon Instant, Google Play, PlayStation, Xbox, Vudu, and through local cable/satellite providers starting May 9th. Stay tuned for our review of the film!