VENGEANCE Now Filming In London With Stu Bennett And Gary Daniels


Before we catch outgoing WWE wrestler, actor Stu Bennett in action for James Nunn's Eliminators with Scott Adkins, pan over momentarily to filmmaker Ross Boyask who has made a name for himself among cult fans of the martial arts genre. UK titles like Left For Dead and Warrioress come to mind with the hopeful prospects of a sequel for the 2016 Mike Moeller action thriller, One Million Klicks.

For now though, we bring our attention to Boyask's latest prospect, formerly titled "The Executioner" and now iterated as the new movie Vengeance which began filming this week in London. Martial arts star Gary Daniels (Bloodmoon, Recoil, Tekken) is also starring with Diane Shorthouse and John Adams producing.
When ex-Special Forces soldier turned professional mercenary, John Gold, hears that his former best friend Corporal Dan Mason, and Dan’s parents have been murdered, he heads to their home-town to find their killers. 
Gold discovers that Dan and his father were investigating a Special Forces troop led by the enigmatic, highly decorated Sergeant Hatcher, that went rogue in Afghanistan. Hatcher and his team smuggled a massive amount of Heroin back into the U.K., kicked out the local dealers and set up their own business, taking down any opposition with brutal military efficiency, including Dan and his family when he discovered the truth and would have blown the whistle on them. 
Gold tracks Hatcher’s team, one by one, with the reluctant help of local barmaid Sandra, herself an addict and a victim of abuse, and Keith, a dealer that Hatcher’s men deposed. When Hatcher realises they have a new, unwelcome visitor in town he sends his men after Gold, only for them to be outwitted and taken down at every turn.
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