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Red Canyon on DVD in May

6 April 2011

Several years after experiencing a traumatic event in their mother's hometown, two siblings, Regina and Devon, along with a few of their friends, go back to where it all occurred in order to decide whether or not to sell off their late mother's house. Ever since the incident took place, Regina has experienced flashbacks of the event and is easily spooked. In order to face her fears, she returns to the nearby cave where the horror first began. Little does she know, what she discovers there will only worsen her deep-rooted terror.

For Regina and her friends, their idyllic trip to the quiet desert town is about to go downhill as members of the group are shot, sliced, chopped and stabbed by a brutal assailant. As the gore and disturbance factors intensify, the plot twists just keep on coming and lead to a shocking finale.

Red Canyon, the debut feature from director Giovanni Rodriquez, stars Christine Lakin (Valentine's Day; Race To Witch Mountain) and Tim Draxl (Swimming Upstream) star as siblings in the gory thriller, Red Canyon, in which they face the ultimate challenge: staying alive. The film also stars Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead; The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day), Justin Hartley (Smallville), Noah Fleiss, (Brick), Ankur Bhatt (Dirt) and newcomer, Katie Maguire.

Red Canyon (cert. 15) will be released on DVD by Chelsea Films on 23rd May 2011 at the RRP of £12.99.

The only listed extra is a trailer.