Quentin Tarantino and David Carradine find new life in Paul Sampson's Night of the Templar

Top Quote Released worldwide in February 2013, Paul Sampson's "Night of the Templar" has reintroduced movie goers to the artistic styles of David Carradine that captured Tarantino's eye. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) April 30, 2013 - Los Angeles: Appearing as mystical and mysterious as ever before, David Carradine appears in his final film release, now available in stores and through online streaming. Paul Sampson's smash cult-film titled "Night of the Templar" captures everything Tarantino looked to showcase by putting David Carradine in his films.

    Winding viewers through a tale of deception and revenge across seven generations, Night of the Templar brings an original story to life through the eyes of writer/director Paul Sampson. The film stars "Walking Dead" personality Norman Reedus with screen legend David Carradine, horror star Udo Kier and Paul Sampson himself with other noteworthy talents including Billy Drago and Max Perlich to name a few.

    Released to film fans in February of 2013, shoppers have discovered the DVD on the Action shelves at Best Buy; online through Wal-Mart and even in iTunes downloads. It has screened in Italy, Germany and throughout the UK, but not in the US. However, by word of mouth, "Night of the Templar" has found a home in collections of Quentin Tarantino fanatics due to its cult-style shooting and cast.

    "I was introduced to it at a friends house. He put it in and told me in was a new Tarantino movie," shares cult film fanatic and blog owner Dennis Machado. "Even after watching the credits, I refused to believe him when he told me it was a Paul Sampson film. It screamed Tarantino all the way. I'm now a Sampson fan for life!"

    On the official film website, www.nightofthetemplar.com, web surfers can get a glimpse of the film's trailer, find locations to purchase the film and see dozens of still shots from the behind the scenes on the movie set. Links to the official social media pages and film reviews are also available by clicking through the website pages.

    To learn more about the film, visit www.nightofthetemplar.com, or go on the IMDB website at this link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0768222/. For more information on this press release, contact Joe Dolan at 818-742-7719 or visit www.joedolanpr.com for more contact information.

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