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Killing Season

KILLING SEASONOut on DVD 18th August
Two Hollywood heavyweights share the screen for the first time in motion picture history, Academy Award® winner ROBERT DE NIRO and two-time Oscar® nominee JOHN TRAVOLTA star in the nail-biting KILLING SEASON, out to rent and own on DVD and Blu-ray from 18th August.Two veterans of the Bosnian War – American Benjamin Ford (De Niro) and former Serbian soldier, Emil Kovac (Travolta) – meet once more to settle old battle scores, but end up engaged in a psychological cat and mouse game that becomes a deadly, personal war. Set against the backdrop of a forbidding and remote mountain landscape and full of tense stand-offs KILLING SEASON is thrilling action packed new movie.
Also starring Milo Ventimiglia (Rocky Balboa, TV’s Heroes), written by Evan Daugherty (Divergent, Snow White & The Huntsman) and directed by Mark Steven Johnson (Daredevil, Ghost RiderKILLING SEASON will pack a punch this summer.

KILLING SEASON Disc Information:
Running Time: 90 minutes approx.
RRP: DVD £15.99 / Blu-ray £17.99
Audio: Dolby Digital Surround 5.1
Certificate: 15 TBC
Special Features: TBC

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