Directed by Dwight Little

Robert Patrick, Heather Graham, John Heard, Bruce Davison

The nightmare begins when convicted murderer Gary Tison’s three sons break him out of an Arizona prison. Tison and his gang murder six people before finally being stopped near the Mexican border following a manhunt of cold-blooded murder and criminal ruthlessness.

Robert Patrick is a killer on the loose in Last Rampage trailer

In the based-on-real-events crime-thriller Last Rampage, Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgement DayScorpion, The Sopranos) plays a convicted murderer named Gary Tison who, in 1978, escaped from an Arizona prison with his cellmate, Randy Greenwalt. The film is directed by Dwight H. Little (Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series) and based on James W. Clarke’s book Last Rampage: The Escape of Gary Tison.

Last Rampage costars Heather Graham (Boogie NightsAustin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me), Bruce Davison (WillardThe Fosters), Molly C. Quinn (We’re the Millers, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), and the late John Heard (Cutter’s Way, Home Alone). Epic Pictures will release the film in select theaters Sept. 22. 



Film Reviews

 “Dwight Little’s sturdily constructed true-crime drama showcases a potent performance by Robert Patrick as a mood swinging sociopath…”   VARIETY

“The staunch resolve of two-fisted director Dwight Little to tell the truth about a family of of celebrated monsters deserves respect and the cast is awesome

 ” Last Rampage is a beautifully shot tale with a performance of force from Robert Patrick …He mesmerizes as Tison ; angry, scary, quiet but powerful…”

 ” The film is directed by Dwight Little, who does great work bringing this story to  the screen…”   CINEMA CRAZED

” It’s the hardened intensity of Patrick’s commanding portrayal that gives “Last Rampage” its take-no-prisoners tautness…”   LA TIMES

“Powerful and wonderfully told on all levels…writing, directing, acting, and  cinematically….JOE SUTTON HEART OF HOLLYWOOD

“Last Rampage is a powerful retelling that doesn’t let up…”

 ” The Tison experience makes for compelling cinema…” BRIAN ORNDORF