KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE Brings The Fight Home On Blu-Ray And U.S. DVD On November 8
Actor and martial artist Alain Moussi makes his feature-length debut in what is currently primed for a trilogy with the second, Kickboxer: Retaliation, already wrapped and in tow with a release pending. Moussi's recent appearance in the go90 miniseries, Street Fighter: Resurrection, was but a mere, albeit fruitful and energizing sampling of Moussi in his transition from stunt performance to lead acting roles and Kickboxer: Vengeance surely gives him some shining moments next to his legendary co-star.
You can read more about it in James Couche's review of the film as well as his interview with Moussi while you plot your own acquisition of the film's upcoming DVD and Blu-Ray on November 8. Read the announcement below and stay tuned for our product review of the film!
LOS ANGELES (Oct. 10, 2016) – RLJ Entertainment (NASDAQ: RLJE) brings you KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE. Co-Written by Dimitri Logothetis (Body Shot) and Jim McGrath and directed by John Stockwell (In the Blood, Blue Crush), the film stars a bevy of professional fighters including Jean-Claude Van Damme (Bloodsport), David Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Alain Moussi (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Gina Carano (In the Blood), Georges St-Pierre (Captain America), and Cain Velasquez (Term Life). KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE will be available on Nov. 8, 2016 on Blu-Ray for an SRP of $29.97 and on DVD for an SRP of $29.96.
An update to the 1989 classic film KICKBOXER, KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE follows the story of Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi), who travels to Thailand to avenge the death of his brother at the hands of Tong Po (David Bautista). Kurt trains with the legendary Master Durand (Jean-Claude Van Damme) until he is ready to take on Tong Po in a brutal fight to the death.
The Blu-Ray and DVD will include a behind-the-scenes featurette with David Bautista, Georges St-Pierre, Gina Carano and Alain Moussi, taking you into the world of KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE. You will see first-hand how the champion fighters take their martial art skills from the mat to the big screen to create the most intense, brutal and realistic battles seen on film.