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Silencer, The (1999)

Review Newly Re-mastered in HD! (Michael Dudikoff's style is reminiscent of a young Clint Eastwood) The New York Times - Matt Hunter (Michael Dudikoff, American Ninja) is an ex-secret service agent trying to protect his best friend from a super band of rightwing terrorists known as Pentangle. When the ruthless organization torches his ranch and kidnaps his little sister, Hunter is forced into Pentangle's barbaric manhunt , played out in the remote swamplands of Louisiana. It's the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse, as Hunter employs an awesome array of martial arts skills in his desperate fight for survival... and revenge. Stylishly directed by action veteran Sam Firstenberg (Revenge of the Ninja) with a stellar cast that includes Steve James (Hero and the Terror), James Booth (Robbery) and John P. Ryan (Runaway Train).


Special Features: Audio Commentary by Director Sam Firstenberg and Star Michael Dudikoff |On-camera Intro by Director Sam Firstenberg | On-camera Interview with Star Michael Dudikoff | Original Theatrical Trailer
Musketeers Forever

Review Robert Scandal Jackson, Jr., is an ex-Navy SEAL who went A.W.O.L. after refusing to blow up an enemy command center housing civilians. He disappeared to the wilderness of Alaska, changing his name and appearance, and became a teacher in a small Inuit community. But a part of his past caught up to him and he was shot in the face, his comatose body left for dead. He awoke in the hospital three weeks later and found himself with a new face and a new chance at life, thanks to a woman named Danielle LaPoint.
Expatriot

Review Lots of people stand between where Merrill Ross is and where he wants to go. A Death Squad blows an oil depot out from under him, agents shadow him like a poison cloud, soldiers rain a steel hail of bullets on him. Ross is the man in the middle of a savage international tug-of-war. His adversaries have taken their best shot. Now he's taking his. Michael Dudikoff (American Ninja, The Human Shield) plays antiterrorist operative Ross in this explosive saga of a plot to take over oil-rich Qumir. Behind the attempt could be the CIA, QLI, QSS or any number of groups known only by alphabetical shorthand and sudden force. But it's Ross who teaches them the ABCs of action!
Kill 'Em All

Review In the nightmarish last days of the Third Reich, a psychotic Nazi scientist (Robert Vaughn, Bullitt) escapes to the impenetrable jungles of the Amazon. Years later, a mysterious incurable disease breaks out among the natives and adventurer John Hamilton (Michael Dudikoff, Avenging Force) is hired to lead investigators on a search for the cause. Braving bloodthirsty rives pirates, hostile native tribes and headhunting cannibals, Hamilton, guides a group of explorers up the deadly Rio del Morte to the fabulous lost Inca city. Action specialist Steve Carver (Lone Wolf McQuade) directs this top-notch action-adventure based on an Alistair MacLean (Breakheart Pass) novel. The stellar cast includes Donald Pleasence (Wake in Fright), Herbert Lom (Golden Salamander) and L.Q. Jones (The Wild Bunch).


Special Features: Audio Commentary by Director Steve Carver and Star Michael Dudikoff, Original Theatrical Trailer
The Red Maple Leaf

Review Newly Re-mastered in HD! (Michael Dudikoff's style is reminiscent of a young Clint Eastwood) The New York Times - Matt Hunter (Michael Dudikoff, American Ninja) is an ex-secret service agent trying to protect his best friend from a super band of rightwing terrorists known as Pentangle. When the ruthless organization torches his ranch and kidnaps his little sister, Hunter is forced into Pentangle's barbaric manhunt , played out in the remote swamplands of Louisiana. It's the ultimate game of cat-and-mouse, as Hunter employs an awesome array of martial arts skills in his desperate fight for survival... and revenge. Stylishly directed by action veteran Sam Firstenberg (Revenge of the Ninja) with a stellar cast that includes Steve James (Hero and the Terror), James Booth (Robbery) and John P. Ryan (Runaway Train).


Special Features: Audio Commentary by Director Sam Firstenberg and Star Michael Dudikoff |On-camera Intro by Director Sam Firstenberg | On-camera Interview with Star Michael Dudikoff | Original Theatrical Trailer
Eliminators

Review Robert Scandal Jackson, Jr., is an ex-Navy SEAL who went A.W.O.L. after refusing to blow up an enemy command center housing civilians. He disappeared to the wilderness of Alaska, changing his name and appearance, and became a teacher in a small Inuit community. But a part of his past caught up to him and he was shot in the face, his comatose body left for dead. He awoke in the hospital three weeks later and found himself with a new face and a new chance at life, thanks to a woman named Danielle LaPoint.
Altitude

Review Lots of people stand between where Merrill Ross is and where he wants to go. A Death Squad blows an oil depot out from under him, agents shadow him like a poison cloud, soldiers rain a steel hail of bullets on him. Ross is the man in the middle of a savage international tug-of-war. His adversaries have taken their best shot. Now he's taking his. Michael Dudikoff (American Ninja, The Human Shield) plays antiterrorist operative Ross in this explosive saga of a plot to take over oil-rich Qumir. Behind the attempt could be the CIA, QLI, QSS or any number of groups known only by alphabetical shorthand and sudden force. But it's Ross who teaches them the ABCs of action!
The Assignment

Review In the nightmarish last days of the Third Reich, a psychotic Nazi scientist (Robert Vaughn, Bullitt) escapes to the impenetrable jungles of the Amazon. Years later, a mysterious incurable disease breaks out among the natives and adventurer John Hamilton (Michael Dudikoff, Avenging Force) is hired to lead investigators on a search for the cause. Braving bloodthirsty rives pirates, hostile native tribes and headhunting cannibals, Hamilton, guides a group of explorers up the deadly Rio del Morte to the fabulous lost Inca city. Action specialist Steve Carver (Lone Wolf McQuade) directs this top-notch action-adventure based on an Alistair MacLean (Breakheart Pass) novel. The stellar cast includes Donald Pleasence (Wake in Fright), Herbert Lom (Golden Salamander) and L.Q. Jones (The Wild Bunch).


Special Features: Audio Commentary by Director Steve Carver and Star Michael Dudikoff, Original Theatrical Trailer

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