October 7, 2022
Guests start disappearing from an off the grid family reunion in the thriller Neon Lights, starring prolific character actor Kim Coates.

A trailer has been released for the thriller Neon Lights, which Momentum Pictures will be giving a digital and VOD release on July 12th, and you can check that trailer out in the embed above. Directed by Rouzbeh Heydari (Together Again), Neon Lights stars prolific character actor Kim Coates (Sons of Anarchy and 150 other titles) alongside Dana Abraham (Good Sam), Erika Swayze (Workin’ Moms), Brit MacRae (The Eden Theory), René Escobar Jr. (Heart of the Holidays), Stephen Tracey (Anne with an E), Lauren Howe (Reacher), and Coates’ daughter Brenna Coates (The Sinners).

Heydari and Abraham crafted the script with story editor Nikolas Benn, telling the following story:

Guests begin disappearing in an off-grid location, during a family reunion of misfit siblings and their offspring.

That’s the short synopsis, anyway. The long synopsis for Neon Lights goes like this:

Thirty year old tech tycoon, Clay Amani (Dana Abraham), is on the verge of a hostile takeover of Tempest Tech, all while he attempts to overcome mental health disorders and childhood traumas. Upon the advice of his therapist Dr. Mori (Brenna Coates), Clay retreats to an off grid location for a family reunion with his misfit siblings, in order to “face his traumas, head on.” During the reunion, family secrets are revealed that ripple tidal waves through the already strained relationships between Clay and his family. In hopes of turning this tragic encounter around, Denver Kane (Kim Coates), Clay’s trusted advisor attempts to help Clay navigate and come to terms with what’s truly required to get back on track, and focus on what’s truly important, to retake control of his company. But things go very awry, and Clay is left fighting for more than just his company, when guests begin disappearing.

Dana Abraham and Kim Coates produced Neon Lights with Trevor Smith and Kim Yu. Executive producers are Qamar Qureshi, Anesh Maharaj, Jazz Brar, Jay Wilgar, Peter Hwang, Tony Williams, and Tonya Hawkins.

How does Neon Lights look to you? Will you be watching this movie in July? Let us know by leaving a comment below.

Neon Lights

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