Brent Spiner, once Star Trek: The Next Generation's beloved Data, goes bad in his latest film, the thriller The Midnight Man, which will be released next spring on DVD and Digital HD. Will Kemp stars as Grady, an assassin with a genetic disorder that renders him unable to feel pain. Grady is sent on a high-stakes assignment by Spiner's devious character, and his world is turned upside-down after an attack when he awakens to discover that he can feel pain for the first time in his life. With the clock ticking and his greatest asset gone, Grady will go head-to-head with his worst fears and unspeakable enemies, while experiencing a tactile world he never could have imagined.

In addition to Spiner and Kemp, the film stars Doug Jones, William Forsythe and Vinnie Jones. Cinedigm will release The Midnight Man on DVD and Digital HD on March 1, 2016. Spiner, who has guest starred in several episodes of Patrick Stewart's comedy series Blunt Talk, will also be back on the big screen this summer in Independence Day: Resurgence, reprising his Independence Day role as Dr. Brakish Okun.

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