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Momentum Pictures throws down the gauntlet and invites you to meet the last man standing in Blood and Bone, the thrilling action packed street fighting extravaganza released on DVD on 25 January 2010.
Presented in an awesome 3D-effect sleeve, this heavy-handed barrage of bare knuckle street fighting is a cut above your usual beat ’em up and features a cast of current legends from the world of street fighting including Peter Storm, founder of the Underground Combat League and former Mixed Martial Arts star. Current MMA fighters Kevin ‘Kimbo Slice’ Fergusson, Gina ‘Conviction’ Carano and Bob ‘The Beast’ Sapp also feature, lending their street cred to the bone crushing action.
The lead star is Michael Jai White (The Dark Knight) who is quickly establishing himself as one of Hollywood’s brightest action stars following the release of Black Dynamite and is soon to star in the new Robert Rodriquez film Predators. British actor Julian Sands (Ocean’s Thirteen, 24) also stars as an organised crime boss alongside fellow Brit Eamonn Walker (Oz, Homicide) and Nona Gaye (The Matrix Trilogy, Ali), daughter of the late, great Marvin.
With a frenetic pace, action and brutality to rival any film in the genre, this is an essential recommendation for all fans of UFC, Cage Fighting and any other martial arts form.
Blood and Bone The story of Isaiah Bone (White), a mysterious drifter and master fighter who after release from prison arrives on the inner-city streets of Los Angeles to take on the meanest and toughest fighters in the underground world of street fighting and the most powerful criminal organisation on the West Coast. The heady world of back alley street fighting collides with a visually stunning action packed plot that will show the audience the real side of Ultimate Fighting.
Prize: Win one of three copies of Blood and Bone on DVD
This competition is now closed. The winners are as follow:
Phil Darling, Suffolk, IP14
Stuart Harper, Somerset, BA3
Iris Jane Francis, Dyfed., SA18
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