First Trailer for 'Doubting Thomas' with Will McFadden & Sarah Butler

May 8, 2019
Source: YouTube

Doubting Thomas Trailer

"Do you know where he came from?" Long Way Home Productions has unveiled the official trailer for an indie drama titled Doubting Thomas, the feature directorial debut of small-time actor Will McFadden (seen in Tiger Orange). McFadden also wrote and stars in this, and co-produced it as well. The concept for this is often used as a joke, but they decided to play it out as if it really happened and make it all intensely dramatic, so much so that it's just annoying. "They were expecting a baby. They never expected this." When a black baby is born to white parents, a family's life is torn apart. The cast includes Sarah Butler, Melora Walters, Jamie Hector, James Morrison, and Zach Cregger. I don't relaly want to be so harsh on this before seeing it, but this trailer makes the film look totally awful. Absolutely no interest in seeing this at all.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Will McFadden's Doubting Thomas, direct from YouTube:

Doubting Thomas Poster

When a black baby is born to white parents, a family's life is torn apart as secrets are revealed, their love is tested and the legacy of racism in America hits home. Doubting Thomas is both written and directed by actor-turned-filmmaker Will McFadden, making his feature directorial debut after making a short film previously. Based on a story by Joseph Campbell. Produced by Casey Morris, Laura Jane Salvato, and Mark Sayre. This premiered at the Dances With Films and Tallgrass Film Festivals last year. Lexicon + Long Way Home will release McFadden's Doubting Thomas coming up sometime later in the year. Stay tuned for the exact release date. For more info, visit the film's official website. Thoughts on this? Does it look any good?

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Not so weird premise, but its pretty lame execution looks like a problem here ...

shiboleth on May 8, 2019


Holy LIfetime Original...the actor who brought us Mario Stanfield deserves far, far better than this dreck.

cuckoozey on May 9, 2019

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