This December Justice Has A Familiar Face In ‘Death Kiss’

November 27, 2018

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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A vigilante is cleaning up the streets one scumbag at a time in the thriller Death Kiss, set to be unleashed on the world this December by Uncork’d Entertainment.
Starring Robert Kovacs, who has an uncanny resemblance to Charles Bronson, Death Kiss was filmed in Northern California, the film also stars Daniel Baldwin (John Carpenter’s Vampires), Richard Tyson (Kindergarten Cop, Two Moon Junction), Eva Hamilton (Ruin Me), Stormi Maya, Leia Perez, Reese Austyn, and Sam Story.
The film follows 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.
Written and directed by Rene Perez (Playing With Dolls: Havoc) the revenge thriller was produced by Jeff Miller (Ouija House) through his company Millman Productions.  Gary Jones executive produced under the banner of  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 Death Kiss DVD includes special features such as director’s commentary and the trailer. Death Kiss arrives on December 4th, 2018, from Uncork’d Entertainment and received a perfect score in our writer Dan XIII’s review, who called it “a must see.”


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