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Action Legend Jean-Claude Van Damme is Back
In the Explosive Thriller
Own it on Blu-ray™, DVD and Digital June 6
CULVER CITY, Calif. (Mar. 28, 2017) – Action legend Jean-Claude Van Damme (The Expendables 2, Universal Soldier series) is back in the explosively entertaining thriller KILL’EM ALL, debuting on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital June 6, 2017, from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Directed by famed fight choreographer Peter Malota, who worked with Van Damme on the action classics Double Impact and Universal Soldier, this fast-paced, pulse-pounding movie finds the international superstar caught up in a deadly plot of intrigue and revenge. The original Bloodsport star also faces off on screen for the first time ever against Bloodsport 2-4 star Daniel Bernhardt (John Wick) in a showdown action aficionados won’t want to miss. Costarring María Conchita Alonso (Predator 2, The Running Man), Peter Stormare (John Wick: Chapter 2, 22 Jump Street), Autumn Reeser (TV’s “The Arrangement”) and Kris Van Damme (Welcome to the Jungle, 6 Bullets), KILL’EM ALL is packed with hard-hitting fight scenes fans have come to expect from the name Van Damme.
Synopsis: After a massive shootout, a mysterious stranger (Van Damme) arrives at a local hospital on the brink of death. Then, a foreign gang brazenly comes to the hospital to hunt him down. His nurse, the sole surviving witness to the follow-up shootout, must face an FBI interrogation that unlocks a plot of international intrigue and revenge. With enough twists and turns, KILL’EM ALL will keep you guessing until the final bullet is fired.
KILL’EM ALL was written by Jesse Cilio (The Perfect Weapon, The Story of Your Life), Brian Smolensky (Searching for Fortune, The Gadarene Swine) and Craig Stewart. It was produced by Rafael Primorac (The Perfect Weapon, Day of the Mummy) and Richard Salvatore (I Am Wrath, The Big Wedding). Executive producers are Stuart Alson, David Coppa, John S. Hicks, Jeff Miller, Felix McNulty and Andre Relis. Co-producers are Yvan Gauthier, Joe Lemmon and Peter Organ.
It has a run time of approximately 95 minutes and is rated R for violence and language.