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The Killing Machine - Preview & competition

The Killing Machine

Preview by Jack Foley

AFTER a prolific but less than stellar movie career in recent years, 2010 looks set to be a golden one for Swedish action superstar Dolph Lundgren, with the release of two movies that see him returning to the kind of form not seen since the glory days of Rocky IV, Masters Of The Universe and The Punisher.

In August, Dolph will be seen starring alongside the likes of Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Jet Li, Mickey Rourke, Steve Austin and Jason Statham in the testosterone-filled The Expendables.

That same month also sees the DVD and Blu-ray release of the high-octane action-thriller, Dolph Lundgren is The Killing Machine, Dolph’s latest movie outing and his fifth feature to date as both director and star.

To his friends, family and colleagues, Edward Genn (Lundgren) is an ordinary man, a divorced father with a steady job working for an investment company. However, to others Genn is known as Icarus, a ruthless killing machine and former US sleeper agent once based in the Soviet Empire.

Determined to break away and leave his dark past behind, Genn has started over with a new identity, but he soon learns you can only escape your past for so long.

When an unexpected incident in Hong Kong results in Icarus’ cover being blown, past and present collide and the one-time assassin realizes he is now the target. Worse, the people that want him dead will stop at nothing to get to him and that means going after those he cares about most – his wife and daughter.

With his life at stake, Icarus is forced to face the demons of his past in order to protect the loved ones in his present. He must fight to save the only thing he’s ever done right in his life by uncovering those who are after him and protecting his family before it’s too late.

The Killing Machine co-stars Stefanie von Pfetten (Percy Jackson And The Lightning Thief), Samantha Ferris (Supernatural) and Bo Svenson (Inglourious Basterds; Kill Bill), and is a definite must-see for Dolph Lundgren fans and those with a taste for edgy, independent action movies.

Dolph Lundgren’s The Killing Machine (cert. 18) will be release on DVD (£15.99) and Blu-ray (£19.99) by Anchor Bay Entertainment on August 16, 2010.

Win The Killing Machine on DVD

To celebrate the release of The Killing Machine on DVD on August 16, 2010, IndieLondon has teamed up with Anchor Bay Entertainment to offer readers the chance to win 1 of 3 copies. Simply answer the following question…

Q. What is the name of the character played by Dolph Lundgren in The Killing Machine?

Simply send the answer to Killing Machine competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email