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The Loft

THE LOFT

On digital platforms from June 8th, 2015
On DVD from June 15th, 2015

Misogyny comes home to roost for five high-flying Lotharios in THE LOFT, released on digital platforms from June 8th, 2015 and on DVD from June 15th 2015 courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

Taking its cues from director Erik Van Looy’s own Belgian thriller of the same name, THE LOFT sees five married friends embark on a decision to rent their very own loft apartment for exclusive use as a home for their extra-marital affairs. However, when a mystery blonde woman is found dead at the apartment, their private world comes crashing around them as everyone becomes a suspect.

Starring Karl Urban (Dredd, Star Trek Into Darkness), James Marsden (the X-Men franchise, Enchanted), Wentworth Miller (Stoker, TV’s The Flash), Eric Stonestreet (TV’s Modern Family, TV’s American Horror Story), and Matthias Schoenarts (The Drop, Suite Francaise), THE LOFT offers thriller fans slick, sexy thrill after thrill as much as it issues a stark warning to straying men everywhere…

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