Late Saving Private Ryan actor Tom Sizemore posthumously appears in an upcoming thriller film.
Actor Tom Sizemore makes one of his final screen appearances in a soon-to-be released movie.
Sizemore died on March 3, 2023 aged 61 of a brain aneurysm.
Saving Private Ryan, True Romance and Pearl Harbor were among his best known roles.
The troubled actor had well publicised battles with substance abuse dating back to his teen years.
Before his death, Sizemore still had projects yet to be released.
One of these, a film titled The Haunting of Hell Hole Mine, will be available later this month.
Co-written and co-directed by Paul Collett, the supernatural western comes from Victory of the People Productions.
A press release for the film said: “Inside a long-abandoned gold mine, lurks the Shakani, a dark supernatural being conjured by the Shanowah tribe ages ago to defeat their enemies.
“Not only ferocious and fast, but can appear as anyone and get inside your mind. Luke’s ancestors trapped it in the mine but each has also gone crazy. Now Luke’s niece Poni, has come down with “the family curse.”
“But Luke believes with the proper medical treatment she can be healed if only he can get the money to pay for it.
“So with a couple friends he tries his luck at the gold mine but gradually realizes he must defeat the Shakani and end the family curse.”
Tom Lister, Jr (The Fifth Element) and Sally Kirkland (JFK) join Sizemore in the cast.
Lister Jr, known as “Tiny”, died on December 2020 aged 62.
In addition, Rudy Youngblood, May Myot Noe and David Fennoy appear in the film as supporting characters.
The Haunting Of Hell Hole Mine comes to digital platforms on May 18.