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Audiences Will Discover Not All Games Are Fun in Mogul’s Newest Film Homicide/Suicide

Some men claim all women are crazy, which isn’t a fair assessment of course, unless you happen to be one of six men being held hostage by a woman in clown makeup and being forced to play a game for your life.


And that’s precisely the premise of Mogul Productions’ newest film, Homicide/Suicide, which is directed by Dale Stelly and stars Robert Ri’chard, Marcus T. Paulk, and Sasha Del Valle.


Written by Mogul’s own Head of Development, Randy Charach, in addition to A.B. Dollars and director, Dale Stelly, Homicide/Suicide is a demented thriller that might feel a bit familiar to audiences who’ve seen any of the Saw movies. However, as they’ll learn, not all games are the same–and they’re certainly not all fun.


“The plot for this film was inspired by a blend of real-life events and the desire to explore universal themes such as resilience, human connection, and the complexities of personal growth,” said Randy Charach. “We wanted to create characters and situations that audiences could relate to on a deep emotional level while also offering a unique perspective or twist that challenges conventional thinking.”


The film leans heavy into the concept of revenge as well as redemption, but for the six men being held hostage, it will take a bit for them to understand why they earned one woman’s wrath. Make no mistake though, they’ve earned it, and if they hope to get out alive they’ll need to win the game at the expense of each other. Then again, there might not be any winners after all.


Only way to find out is to watch Homicide/Suicide when it hits streaming platforms late 2024/early 2025.


“Ultimately, we want viewers to reflect on the human condition and perhaps see their own experiences mirrored in the characters’ journeys,” added Charach. “The film is intended to be thought-provoking yet accessible, offering both entertainment and a deeper exploration of what it means to be human.”