Sony Pictures Accidentally Uploaded Entire Movie Instead Of Trailer On Youtube


Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded entire movie instead of the red-band trailer on YouTube. The movie trailer was to encourage viewers to watch the movie “Khali the Killer” on Blu-ray, on streaming platforms, and in select theaters.

Sony Pictures accidentally uploaded entire movie


Khali the Killer which is a violent crime drama as shown in the trailer seems to draw a lot of influence from westerns and 70’s exploitation movies. Though it was released on DVD in 2017, in the reverse-order world of some indie films, it’s not slated for a theatrical release until later this year.

Though the movie has since been removed, it clocked in at a feature-length one hour and 30 minutes and had already garnered over 11,000 views. The movie was live for eight hours before it was taken down from YouTube. In case you are thinking that you missed this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, worry less. The film is currently available on rent for digital purchase. Interestingly, it is available on a rental basis on YouTube itself.

However, the movie has not earned good reviews and stands with 3.8/10 rating on IMBD.


The movie which is written and directed by Jon Matthews stars Richard Cabral. With Richard playing the lead role of a hitman whose final job goes sideways when he happens to develop empathy towards victims.

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