Death Kiss, Uncork'd Entertainment

Uncork’d Entertainment delivers a nostalgic and gritty revenge thriller with Death Kiss, starring Robert Kovacs and Daniel Baldwin. With a solid cast, writer/director Rene Perez captures a visually stylish and action-packed thriller full of grit and conviction.  

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

Here are 5 reasons why you should see Death Kiss:

5) Charles Bronson!

Death Kiss, Uncork'd Entertainment
Death Kiss

With an uncanny resemblance to Charles Bronson, viewers shouldn’t expect a caricature performance from actor Robert Bronzi. Don’t expect him to say repeat quotable Bronson lines, such as “No dice” and “This ain’t over.” Known only as The Stranger, Bronzi delivers his own dynamic on-screen charisma while capturing the look of an icon.

4) Eva Hamilton!

With such engaging chemistry, Eva Hamilton is a true delight when she shares screen-time with Bronzi. As Ana, Hamilton portrays a single woman finding her own place and voice. Ana and the Stranger play lost souls trying to give each other strength over their loss.

3) The Action!

Using the streets of Northern California as its backdrop, Death Kiss perfectly uses its urban setting to give the film an edgy vibe. The visual imagery stays within your mind, especially when The Strangers walks across the street in a single shot. A major highlight, this is what gives the film its throwback feel.

2) The Music!

I should add composer to the growing list of credits to filmmaker Rene Perez. The eclectic soundtrack adds to the gritty ambiance and fuels the fast-paced editing during the action sequences. On one point, the movie feels like a videogame when the narrative switches to first-person POV momentarily.

1) A Must-See Thriller!

Death Kiss, Uncork'd Entertainment
Death Kiss

A blast to watch, Death Wish is a crowd-pleasing exploitation piece full of action. A slick thriller, audiences are going to want more from The Stranger!

Death Kiss arrives on the digital/VOD release date of October 2nd, 2018.

By Jorge Solis

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