How to Watch 'The Retaliators'

How to Watch 'The Retaliators' ...

The Retaliators, a film made by Better Noise Films, has been brought to cinemas in 2021, telling a bloody, unsuspecting tale of broken innocence and a father's vengeance.

John Bishop (Michael Lombardi) is a well-known pastor in his community. However, his entire existence, and the peace within it, comes to an abrupt halt when his teenage daughter, Sarah (Katie Kelly), is murdered. Bishop feels completely hopeless until the man investigating Sarah's death, Detective "Jed" Sawyer (Marc Menchaca), offers Bishop the opportunity to grieve their loved ones for the one minute only.

Better Noise Films is a relatively recent branch of Better Noise Entertainment, best known for its content company and record label, Better Noise Music. The Retaliators is the second film produced by Better Noise Films, and it features appearances from the following musicians who work with Better Noise Music.

Tommy Lee is well-known for assisting with the founding of Motley Crue's heavy metal band The Retaliators, which features his music as a stand-alone musician.

Bad Wolves, a heavy metal band, released a cover of The Cranberries' iconic song, "Zombie," in recognition of Dolores O'Riordan's passing. The cover went viral, and thus propelled Bad Wolves' musical career forward to today, where their music is featured in a full-length feature film.

The Retaliators also include Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, Ice Nine Kills, From Ashes to New, Escape the Fate, and Eva Under Fire.

Where Can I Watch The Retaliators?

The Retaliators will be available for purchase on September 14, 2022. Although some theaters are still showing the film, others will likely have to wait for The Retaliators to be available on streaming services.

Watch the Trailer Now

The Retaliators' official trailer for the theatrical release on July 13, 2022 has been released by Better Noise Music.

The Official Synopsis For The Retaliators

Better Noise Films' official synopsis reads:

IN THE RETALIATORS, an upstanding pastor uncovers a dark and twisted underworld as he seeks for answers to his daughters' brutal murder. A high-octane original soundtrack and cameos from some of the biggest names in rock music set the tone as this horror-thriller plays out a new set of rules.

IN THE RETALIATORS, an upstanding pastor discovers a dark and twisted underworld as he searches for answers to his daughters' brutal murder. The soundtrack and cameos from some of the greatest musicians in rock music set the tone as this horror-thriller depicts a new game of revenge.

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