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BLOODSHOT

BLOODSHOT

On DVD and digital platforms from December 26th, 2014

The King of Albert Square is back and on top form in an unexpected and compelling new role in BLOODSHOT, arriving on DVD and digital platforms from December 26th, 2014, courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

Danny Dyer (TV’s Eastenders, The Football Factory) stars as Phillip, a horror and action film worker who falls in love with the mysterious, gorgeous Jane, a model who has just arrived in the UK from America. Philip becomes infatuated with this beautiful stranger, and Jane soon reciprocates his affections, but behind her glamour hides a dark and moving secret. Following a torrid night of passion, Philip is soon drawn into a nightmare more terrifying than any of the horror films he has worked on as Jane’s shocking past threatens to destroy them both.

Written and directed by Raoul Girard, BLOODSHOT is a refreshingly direct, chilling thriller that underlines Dyer has more strings to his bow than the much-loved Mick Carter. Also starring Keith Allen (24 Hour Party People, TV’s Robin Hood) and featuring a striking performance from newcomer Zoe Grisedale as Jane, BLOODSHOT is the most surprising thriller you’ll see this year and the perfect Boxing Day antidote to all that familial bonding…

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