Vengeance of an Assassin Blu-ray Contest

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VENGEANCE OF AN ASSASSIN, the action-packed last film from legendary director and fight choreographer Panna Rittikrai (Ong-Bok), debuts on Blu-ray, DVD and digital April 14th from Well Go USA Entertainment. The action-thriller reunites Rittikrai with his Born to Fight leading man Dan Chupong as an assassin who finds himself betrayed and exposed to the business’s deadliest killers. VENGEANCE OF AN ASSASSIN also stars Nantawut Boonrupsup (Force of Five), Nisachon Tuamsoongnern, Kessarin Akethawatkul, Chatchapol Kulsiriwuttichai (Ong-bak 2), Ping Lumpraplearng and Kovit Wattankul.

Synopsis:

The Assassins’ Code: Stick to the mission. Never take your eyes off the target. Show no mercy.  Natee (Dan Chupong) became a killer for one reason- to discover who killed his parents. As he gets closer to uncovering a secret network of power and corruption, he’s double-crossed on a job, making him a target and putting everyone he loves in danger. Betrayed, exposed, and hunted by the deadliest killers in the business, now Natee has a new code. Be faster. Stronger. Hit harder. Survive.

                                 VENGEANCE OF AN ASSASSIN has a runtime of approximately 90 minutes and is not rated.

Courtesy of Well Go USA Entertainment, we have 3 Blu-Rays available for their release of VENGEANCE OF AN ASSASSIN

Want to Enter? Here’s how!

Comment Below Your Answer to this Simple Question: Who Is Your Favorite Fight Choreographer?

Contest will run until Sunday, April 12th, 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 April 14 online or at your local retailers!

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  1. At the moment, picking my favorite fight choreographer is a little bit like picking my favorite Kit-Kat piece from the same bar as all I know is I love chocolate. But in all honesty, in terms of who has potential these days as a top tier fight choreographer among mainstream professionals has to be Eric Jacobus. He’s been a longstanding figure in inspired indie film for netizens for sometime now and his work continues to be nothing short of exquisite with non-ending recognition by many of today’s screenfighting notables, including Hollywood stunt coordinator J.J. Perry, and action star Scott Adkins. So there’s my answer.

  2. Well… I would say Corey Yuen.
    But one specially calls my attention recently, with a daring and kind of original style – Weeraphon Phumatfon.

  3. There’s a lot of good fighting in movies, but the mayhem that is unleashed in the Lone Wolf and Cub movies is my favourite, so:

    Eiichi Kusumoto

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