The multi-award winning Insurgent Pictures production PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD is now available via cable and satellite On Demand channels all over the US and Canada.
Below is a partial list of some of the cable providers that will be carrying the critically acclaimed Dan Eberle film. If you can’t find Prayer to a Vengeful God, contact your cable provider and demand it today!
Verizon FiOS (January 11th)
Access Comm. CCSA
Bluewater TV Cable Ontario CCSA
Bristol Virginia Utilities
Cable Cable Inc.
Community Television Company
Consolidated Communications Inc
Duo County Telecom
Enhanced Telecom Sunman
Frontgate Networks FGMIA
HTC Conway SC-Telco_Seachange
IVN – Greenfield
James Valley Cooperative Telephone Company
MUS Fiber Net
Panhandle Telecommunications Systems Inc
San Bruno Municipal Cable TV
Service Electric Cable TV Bethlehem PA
Source Cable CCSA
Twin Valley Communications
“The cast is, without exception, outstanding. Leading by example, Eberle gives an electrifying performance as John Krause; his regression from a suit-wearing businessman to machete wielding psycho being as riveting as it is believable.”
Read Paul Pritchard’s excellent review at DVD Verdict.
Prayer to a Vengeful God walked away with the jury prize for Best Feature, as well as the Audience Award at last night’s 2010 Royal Flush Festival film awards.
“Prayer to a Vengeful God is the first revenge thriller I’ve ever seen that speaks to the audience without saying any words and tells a tale so beautifully about love, loss, and redemption.” – Juror Bill Woods.
Check out a rundown of all the festival winners at The Briefing Room
“At a time when so many independent films seem like cut-and-paste ripoffs of other work, this production stands out as having the guts to do something very different.”
Read Phil Hall’s great review at Film Threat.
TrustMovies’ James van Maanen singles out Vengeful in his great Royal Flush Festival review:
“…though the no-dialog idea sounds like simply a stunt, it is handled so well for so long a time, that if you didn’t know that this was the case, for awhile, at least, you might not even realize it… Dialog is not necessary here; the lack of it, in fact, increases our suspense while keeping us focused on what’s going on visually.”
Read his review at TrustMovies.
Gavin Schmitt of Killer Reviews gives Prayer to a Vengeful God 4/5 stars.
“…By lacking dialogue, we are sucked in more, left to analyze more deeply on visuals and actions… and the varieties of interpretation come into play. There is a set narrative, but some aspects are ambiguous — but this adds to, not takes away from, the film; you can watch it again and again.”
Read his entire review at Killer Reviews.
PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD (Directed by Dan Eberle; Produced by Danielle Primiceri and David Cornue)
Thursday, Oct. 14 at 7:00 P.M.
Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211, (347) 529-6696
Q&A with Dan Eberle
After his wife is tragically murdered, and he is mortally wounded at the hands of her murderer, John Krause rouses from a four-month dream to a waking nightmare of pain, addiction, violation, loss, and finally, all-consuming vengeance. Prayer To A Vengeful God is the story of one man’s journey from upstanding citizen, to debilitated mental case, to battle-hardened street killer. And all to kill a man he’s never met, to commemorate a wife he never really knew. Tacitly told in a lyrical cinematic style, entirely without dialogue, Prayer To A Vengeful God is a silent study of how the lust for vengeance twists and rends, and despite its carnal satisfactions, never changes the past.
Buy your tickets online on the The Knitting Factory website.
View the trailer now!
Jeff Atencio of The Jaded Viewer says of Prayer to a Vengeful God: “The world Dan Eberle creates is filled with drug addicts, criminals, low lives and vagrants. They all participate in a cinematic ballet where our main character John Krause seeks his vengeance served cold. The performances by the entire cast are spectacular…”
You can read his great interview in its entirety on the Jaded Viewer website.
Josh Samford of RogueCinema.com reviews Insurgent Pictures’ forthcoming release, Prayer to a Vengeful God, saying “…I can’t help but admire the sheer guts and artistic integrity that it takes to do such a thing. It is the equivalent of a cinematic dare in this day and age…”
You can read his great interview in its entirety on the Rogue Cinema website.
GS: “Vengeful” is something of a silent picture, which may win it some film festival awards, but will likely turn off a lot of viewers. Was this a concern of yours?
DE: Vengeful is not a silent picture. There is a tremendous amount of sound design, music, and even human voices present. There is (almost) no dialogue, but to say it’s silent is really not accurate….
Read the interview in its entirety on the Killer Reviews website.
Insurgent Pictures proudly presents the world premiere of:
PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD – Directed and starring Dan Eberle (JAILCITY, THE LOCAL)
After his wife is tragically murdered, and he is mortally wounded at the hands of her murderer, John Krause rouses from a four-month dream to a waking nightmare of pain, addiction, violation, loss, and finally, all-consuming vengeance.
PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD is the story of one man’s journey from upstanding citizen, to debilitated mental case, to battle-hardened street killer. And all to kill a man he’s never met, to commemorate a wife he never really knew.
Tacitly told in a lyrical cinematic style, entirely without dialogue, PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD is a silent study of how the lust for vengeance twists and rends, and despite its carnal satisfactions, never changes the past.
*Post screening Q&A and reception with PRAYER TO A VENGEFUL GOD director/star Dan Eberle
A clip from Tim Guetterman’s documentary Power in SIlence: Inside Prayer to a Vengeful God is now available online. Power in Silence will be available in its entirety on the Prayer to a Vengeful God DVD, coming out this October.
Watch the clip on Vimeo now!
“…Eberle is back with his latest movie called Prayer to a Vengeful God and from the trailer it seems its a combination of tearful drama and a gritty revenge noir film put together.”
Read the full article on jadedviewer.com.