First Trailer for Thriller REPENTANCE Starring Forest Whitaker and Anthony Mackie

     November 19, 2013

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The first trailer for the horror thriller Repentance has been released online.  Directed by Philippe Caland, the film stars Anthony Mackie as a life coach and author who comes into contact with a troubled fan (Forest Whitaker) who dabbles in the spiritual world of Karma.  The pic looks to be a solid thriller with a touch of Misery, but this trailer feels like it gives away a good deal of the story.  The prospect of Whitaker and Mackie working together is certainly promising, so hopefully there are still plenty of twists and turns left unspoiled.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer.  The film also stars Mike Epps, Sanaa Lathan, and Nicole Ari ParkerRepentance opens February 28, 2014.

Via Yahoo! Movies.

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