By Edward Davis | The Playlist November 27, 2013 at 2:44PM
“Cold Comes The Night” is one of those indies you hear about for a long time, but often don’t see right away. It stars Bryan Cranston, Alice Eve and “Prometheus” star Logan Marshall-Green so it’s gotta be good, right? Well, it came out in the U.K. in September and it barely made a peep and now it’s been slotted for a U.S. release date: January 10, 2014 on VOD and theatrically, so…. well, you do the math.
If you’re still curious though, some new photos have arrived and we’ve rounded up a few clips from the U.K. where you can check out Cranston’s vaguely Easter European/Slavic accent. In case you’re unaware, “Cold Comes The Night” tells the story of a struggling motel owner (Eve) and her daughter (Parker) who are taken hostage by a nearly blind career criminal (Cranston) to be his eyes as he attempts to retrieve his parcel of cash from a crooked cop (Marshall-Green).
The movie is directed and co-written by Tze Chun, the indie filmmaker behind the 2009 Sundance film, "Children of Invention." Check out a recent U.K. trailer in case you missed that too and an additional unimbeddable clip here.