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Bronson look alike stars in ‘Death Kiss’ hitting VOD in October

DEATH KISS

Heading to on demand platforms next month is the throwback action thriller DEATH KISS. Starring Charles Bronson doppelganger Robert Kovacs in a true nod to the 80’s from the outfits to the giant hand cannons. The Rene Perez flick will hit VOD on October 2nd. Look ahead for the trailer and more and enjoy DEATH KISS next month.

Filmed in Northern California, the film stars Robert Kovacs (who has gained attention for his uncanny resemblance to a certain well-known action star), Daniel Baldwin (JOHN CARPENTER’S VAMPIRES), Richard Tyson (KINDERGARTEN COP, TWO MOON JUNCTION), Eva Hamilton (horror fest fave RUIN ME), Stormi Maya, Leia Perez, Reese Austyn, and Sam Story.

DEATH KISS concerns a vigilante with a mysterious past who goes to a crime-infested city and takes the law into his own hands, at the same time protecting a young mother and her child.

Writer-director is Rene Perez (PLAYING WITH DOLLS: HAVOC). Producer is Jeff Miller (THE TOYBOX, OUIJA HOUSE), through his company Millman Productions. Gary Jones helped executive produce through his company Mosquito Entertainment. Zach Carter served as Supervising Producer.

“Rene’s movie is very cool and stylish. It feels like a throwback to the Cannon films of the ’80s,” says Miller. “After an enthusiastic response at Texas Frightmare Weekend in May, we’re excited to show the film to the general public.”

The DVD, with special features such as director’s commentary and the trailer, will be released December 4th.

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