Coming out in May is this unknown 70's gem. First time released on DVD/Blu-Ray and also the first time it been release to the public since the video release in the 1980's comes The Black Panther. The Black Panther is a dark thriller based on true event in 1974, A gung-ho ex-military man named Dennis Neilson who pursues a secret life of crime, culminating in the kidnapping of a teenage heiress for only the ransom goes wrong. On it release in 1977, The Black Panther had caused controvesy due to the case was only after a year when it happened. The Black Panther was written by cult filmmaker Michael Armstrong (Mark of the Devil & Eskimo Nell) and directed by Ian Merrick. Merrick creates tension in slow but intensed style like how Neilson prepares his crimes to every detail. It's like how The Day of The Jackal was directed. Great performances from the cast, from Donald Stumper was plays Nelison creates a dark tension from how he treats his family in a military fashion to how he deals with the rich heiress. I would highly recommend this film to everyone.
Check out this trailer.