UPDATED: Two more codes to give away! Better get emailing email@example.com
How can you go wrong with Scott Adkins? You can see him soon in his new movie Avengement. And for someone lucky, you can see the movie for free via an iTunes Digital Download. We have been granted one for giveaway, so the first person to email firstname.lastname@example.org will receive the code.
Note: Delivery date of code to be confirmed.
My (positive) review of the movie will be around the 28th of May, so you can probably expect delivery then.
While released on furlough from prison, a lowly criminal evades his guards and returns to his old haunts to take revenge on the people that made him a cold-hearted killer. It’s an epic, bloody battle to search for the soul he lost years ago on the streets of an unforgiving city.
The film is directed by Jesse V. Johnson, from a screenplay he wrote with Stu Small. The film was produced by Ehud Bleiberg and Joe Karimi-Nik; and executive produced by Nicholas Donnermeyer and Scott Adkins.
“It’s a hard-hitting gangster film with fight scenes that keep you on the edge of your seat,” says Ryan Boring, Director of Marketing & PR at Samuel Goldwyn Films.
Saw a screening of AVENGEMENT last night, starring @TheScottAdkins. A total riot. Adkins really chews it up and spits it out, side I haven't seen of him before. Embargoed 'til next month.
— ManlyMovie (@ManlyMovie) April 18, 2019
Avengement marks my sixth film with Jesse V. Johnson and there’s a very good reason why we keep working together. Jesse allows me to play in the action genre sandbox that my fanbase expect whilst simultaneously pushing me to stretch myself as an actor. Along with co-writer Stu Small he crafted a story that allowed me to create a unique and interesting character who I relished playing. Can’t wait for everyone to meet Cain Burgess,” says star/executive producer Scott Adkins.
“Every film you get to make is a gift, and as such you must be sure to attempt to create something worthwhile. With Avengement, Scott and I worked very carefully to author a character and scenario that was original and fresh, with action sequences that were justified and exciting without repeating anything we had done before,” says director Jesse V. Johnson. “With Cain Burgess, Scott has built a nuanced, interesting but paradoxically, a both frightening and sympathetic character. A man who has tempered his pain and rejection into a carbon steel tool for revenge, but this is not revenge in the skindeep film-noir style, this revenge is deeper and more resonating, a satisfyingly baroque almost elegant retribution.”