News: 101 Films to release ‘Boon’ next week

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Hello, this is Dom…

From 101 Films, the adrenaline-fuelled actioner – Boon – is set for a UK digital release on 22nd May. Here’s what they had to say:

Screen favourite Neal McDonough is back as cold-blooded killer Boon, in the brand new, all-action sequel to the acclaimed Red Stone, but this time he’s hellbent on making amends for his dark past.

Helmed by Derek Presley (Whitetail, Red Stone) and co-written/co-produced by McDonough, this high-octane actioner is packed with thrills and violence a-plenty and features a stellar cast. It arrives on digital this May courtesy of 101 Films. 

Ruthless, cold-blooded killer Nick Boon is on the run. He’s fled the evil crime syndicate he worked for and is now a wanted man with a bounty on his head. Not only is he trying to outrun his enemies… he’s also trying to escape his bloody and brutal past.

Spending his days hiding out in a remote area of the Pacific Northwest, Boon soon crosses paths with Catherine (Christiane Seidel), a widowed preacher who’s trying to protect herself and her son Elijah from a fearsome criminal kingpin (Tommy Flanagan) and his callous crew.

As Boon and Catherine try to support each other, Boon finds himself once again embroiled in the criminal underworld he was so desperate to leave behind… but he must face the stone-cold reality – the only true way he can protect Catherine and Elijah is by doing what he does best… killing.

For an adrenaline-charged, no-holds-barred redemption thriller, this film is a real Boon.

Many thanks to Aim Publicity and 101 Films for providing the images above.


For John.

This article’s featured image: By Source, 101 Films, Fair Use

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