Age of Kill DVD


Sam Blake is running out of time. Living in the shadow of a botched mission that claimed an innocent victim the disgraced special ops sniper is plunged into a world of darkness when his daughter is taken hostage by a mysterious terrorist. Out of options and with no one to turn to Blake is forced to carry out their evil bidding and must assassinate six seemingly random targets within six hours on the streets of London. As chaos reigns and the body count rises the city’s fragile political climate is threatened. If shattered the consequences would be catastrophic.... With his old unit closing in and his daughter at the mercy of a psychopath every second counts. [show more]

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15 June 2015
Anchor Bay Entertainment 
82 minutes 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play.  A black ops sniper is blackmailed by a psychotic international terrorist into killing 6 unrelated people in 6 hours... but there is more to the victims than meets the eye.

Martin Kemp stars in this British thriller directed by Neil Jones. Former black ops sniper Sam Blake (Kemp) is blackmailed by a terrorist known as Jericho. Jericho's orders are that Sam must kill six seemingly random people in six hours or the death toll across London will be far greater. As leverage to ensure the task is completed correctly, Jericho kidnaps Sam's daughter and holds her hostage until the job is done. The cast also includes Phil Davis, Dexter Fletcher and Nick Moran.

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