The First Power DVD

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Detective Logan (Lou Diamond Phillips, Young Guns) believes he has saved L.A from the satanic serial killer, Patrick Channing (Jeff Kober, Tank Girl), whom the media have dubbed the Pentagram Killer. Unfortunately for Logan, Channing has made a pact with the devil and has gained The First Power - immortality. Now tasked with stopping a dead man who can take the image of anyone, at anytime, Logan buddies up with the beautiful psychic, Tess (Tracy Griffith, Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland), to prevent Channing from carving up more innocent citizens and claiming his... revenge on Logan. Featuring spectacular stunt work, FX from the legendary Ed French (Terminator 2) and a pounding score from Stewart Copeland (Wall Street), this lacerating action-horror hybrid is sure to delight any fan of supernatural slashers and finally makes its way back to UK shelves, in pristine widescreen, thanks to 88 Films! [show more]

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Released
10 October 2016
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
88 Films 
Classification
Runtime
99 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060103798469 
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Lou Diamond Phillips stars in this noir crime thriller. The film follows Detective Russell Logan (Diamond Phillips) as he is tormented by the so-called Pentagram Killer, Patrick Channing (Jeff Kober), who is terrorising Los Angeles. When he starts to hear a disembodied voice and the killings resume, Logan enlists local psychic Tess Seaton (Tracy Griffith) to help him capture the satanic serial killer.

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