100 DAYS TO LIVE (2019) Review and preview of serial killer thriller

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‘Time is running out’

100 Days to Live is a 2019 American thriller film about a serial killer who abducts a young female health professional’s fiancé boyfriend- now she must race against the clock to discover the identity of the killer, and more importantly – his motive.

Written, produced and directed by Ravin Gandhi – making his feature debut – the Power Law Productions-Red Guerilla Productions movie stars Colin Egglesfield, Gideon Emery, Heidi Johanningmeier and Yancey Arias.

Plot:

Haunted by the tragic death of her mother, Rebecca Church has dedicated her life to the mental health profession. Recently engaged to Gabriel Weeks, a handsome and successful options trader, Rebecca finally seems happy.

However, when her fiancé suddenly disappears, leaving behind a chilling photo album, Rebecca learns he was abducted by a serial killer dubbed The Savior, who stalks his victims for 100 days before killing them.

Rebecca must work with detectives Jack Byers and Greg Neese in a race against the clock once she discovers The Savior is a former colleague named Victor Quinn, whom she thought had committed suicide…

Release:

100 Days to Live is released by Cinedigm on Digital, On-Demand and DVD on February 2, 2021.

Reviews:

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Cast and characters:

Colin Egglesfield … Gabriel Weeks
Gideon Emery … Victor Quinn
Heidi Johanningmeier … Rebecca Church
Yancey Arias … Jack Byers
Chris Johnson … Greg Neese
Charin Alvarez … Louisa
Sarah Brooks … Tanya Williams
Nathaniel Buescher … Max
Tai Davis … Nurse Melody
Ravin Gandhi … Harry Park
Renu Gandhi … Mother Park (scenes deleted)
Torrey Hanson … Gil Church
Callie Johnson … Christy (scenes deleted)
Maura Kidwell … Maggie
Sarah Loveland … Sarah Weeks

Filming locations:

Chicago, Illinois

Technical details:

87 minutes

Trailer:

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