Dolph Lundgren! Billy Zane! Vinnie Jones! It's The Best Bad Cast Ever In BLOOD OF REDEMPTION

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Yes, ladies and gentlemen, one thing can be certain with a film like Blood Of Redemption. With a principal cast made up of Dolph Lundgren, Billy Zane and Vinnie Jones it will be filled with manly men doing manly things. Will there a be a decent script? Passable acting? Who cares! It's got bald guy versus bald guy versus big Swedish guy with a gun!

Quinn Forte had it all: power, money, a brother who idolized him, and a woman who loved him.  He also had enemies.  In the course of one night, he loses everything.  Betrayed by someone in his inner circle, Quinn is set up and arrested.  His father, the patriarch of the criminal empire is killed and his brother suspects that Quinn is behind it all.

When he's released from jail he tries to escape the demons from his past, but that becomes an impossible task.  Campbell, the ruthless new leader of "The Company" won't let him leave in peace.  So instead of escaping them, Quinn fights back.  He joins forces with his former henchman and friend, Axel, and takes on his enemies head on.
Check out the trailer below!

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "Yes, ladies and gentlemen, one thing can be certain with a film like Blood Of Redemption. With a principal cast made up of Dolph Lundgren, Billy Zane and Vinnie Jones it will be filled with manly men doing manly things. Will there a be a decent script? Passable acting? Who cares!"

    Don´t forget the girl on girl kissing, Mr Brown.
    Thanks for the trailer, Mr Brown.

  • Martin Wagner

    I often wonder about some actors. How did Cuba Gooding Jr turn an Oscar win into a career on life-support doing direct to video castoffs? How did Billy Zane not turn a role in the 2nd biggest blockbuster of all time into a better career than he's since had?

  • You'd be amazed how often the answer to that question is 'alimony payments'.

  • tman418

    But why would alimony payments prevent their careers from taking off? They'd have a much easier time paying them if they actually starred in films that were actually played in major U.S. theaters?

  • Because it puts them on a position where they can't afford to say no to work.

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