When Sony uploaded entire feature-film on YouTube instead of trailer

Jul 05, 2018, 03:00
When Sony uploaded entire feature-film on YouTube instead of trailer

That's because, contrary to its labeling on YouTube, it's not the red-band trailer for the DVD and digital release, but instead the entire hour-and-a-half-long movie.

Some consider movie trailers to be too spoiler-y these days, but the latest one for Khali the Killer was the most spoiler-y of all time.

Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded an entire film ' Khali the Killer' on YouTube instead of the red-band trailer.

The film is slated for an August 31 theatrical release, according to IMDB.

Naturally, a link to the full-length film was posted to the "Movies" subreddit, where commenters immediately poked fun at Sony and the greater film industry.

It has reportedly already been released on DVD and Blu-ray in the Netherlands.

Directed by Jon Matthews, the 2017 film follows an East L.A. hit man who decides to take one last job to help pay for his grandmother's end-of-life care. Everything falls apart for him as he develops empathy for his targets and is forced to make the toughest decision of his life. The movie was live for eight hours before it was taken down from YouTube.

"Terribly written and with a fake 70's style that is grating and laughable".

The movie, released on DVD by Sony's Home Entertainment label previous year, stars Richard Cabral as a hitman whose job is ruined when he develops empathy for those he's supposed to knock off.