To save Hong Kong from an fiery disaster, a team of dedicated firefighters battle an out-of-control blaze that threatens to plunge the city into catastrophic darkness in AS THE LIGHT GOES OUT, blazing onto Blu-ray™, DVD and digital Nov. 18 from Well Go USA Entertainment. Written and directed by Derek Kwok (Journey to the West), the action-packed suspense drama stars Nicholas Tse (Shaolin, The Stool Pigeon), Shawn Yue (The Guillotines, Infernal Affairs trilogy), Simon Yam (Ip Man, Election), Hu Jun (Firestorm, Let the Bullets Fly), William Chan (Triad), Bai Bing (The Viral Factor, Shaolin), Andy On (Special ID, White Vengeance) and a cameo by the legendary Jackie Chan (Rush Hour franchise).
It’s Christmas Eve in Hong Kong, and while the residents prepare to celebrate, a dedicated band of brothers – the firefighters of Pillar Point Division (Nicholas Tse, Shawn Yue, Andy On) – are dispatched to a warehouse fire. What they find there first plunges the city into darkness, then threatens a far worse fate for them all. When every move could mean sudden death, the bonds between the men are tested, and dangerous truths uncovered. Will they be able to trust each other enough to make it through the night, saving themselves and the city they’ve sworn to protect?
AS THE LIGHT GOES OUT has a runtime of approximately 115 minutes and is not rated.
Courtesy of Well Go USA, we have 3 Blus available for their release of AS THE LIGHT GOES OUT due for release November 18th!
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Contest will run until Sunday November 15th, 2014 until 11:59 PM EST.
Winners will be contacted by e-mail from the provided address below, so good luck to all that enter! And remember if you don’t win, you can pick up your copy on November 18th, 2014 online or at your local retailers!
International entries will be accepted, though this release is for North American distribution so please confirm that you can play this disc in your region if you enter. (These releases do tend to be all-region however)