October 12th is getting closer and closer. Do you know what happens on that day . . . ? The Gosnell Movie comes to theaters. The day is finally coming.
But it’s not that simple.
We need as much help as we can get. We need good people like you to call your local AMC, Cinemark, or Regal theaters and ask them to show Gosnell when it opens on October 12th.
Pre-screenings are happening across the country and “Gosnell – The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” is playing to packed houses and captivated audiences. Check out the movie’s Twitter feed and Facebook page for the reviews. Everyone loves it.
But we need your help to make sure the film is a success when it opens nation-wide on October 12th. As of right now, we have about 180 locations booked and you can find them here. We plan to have it in 600-700 theaters so that most people in the US will be close to a cinema showing Gosnell on opening weekend.
Theater chains need to be persuaded to show Gosnell. They need to see the demand for the movie at a local level and to be convinced that the theater will be full on the opening night. They need to see that people want to expose Dr. Gosnell, an evil man who took countless lives. They need to know that you care.
Please, phone your local AMC, Cinemark or Regal theaters and urge them to have the Gosnell Movie on opening night October 12th. The Gosnell movie team’s distributor says that the theater chains really pay attention if enough people phone and demand a movie and they open up screens. So you can make a huge difference.
Almost 30,000 people funded the Gosnell Movie. The movie stars Dean Cain (Young Superman) and is directed by veteran actor Nick Searcy, but we don’t have to tell you that a large part of Hollywood and the mainstream media do not want this film to succeed. But we’ve been assured that if these local theaters receive the calls from customers, they will open their screens to the film.
The establishment want this film to fail. Don’t let them succeed. Please call your local AMC, Cinemark or Regal theater today.