former Navy SEAL turned bounty
hunter who tracks down terrorists for the
CIA is suffering from his horrendous
experiences from his time in Afghanistan
and is beginning to be affected by a life
spent on the edge; but when he is sent
to England to hunt down a rogue
operative and former brother-in-arms,
he could be taking on a job too far
fighting both his inner demons and a
superior adversary in the high tension
action thriller All The Devils Men... USING ALL HIS RESOURCES HONED as a Navy SEAL, war junkie and bounty hunter
Jack Collins (Milo Gibson: Hacksaw Ridge; Hurricane) takes on missions
too hazardous for the CIA as he tracks down terrorists passed to him by the
agency, who outsource their most dangerous missions to private companies.
The Devils Men: exciting, tense and highly watchable...
Jack is suffering from witnessing the horrors of war in Afghanistan and has
pushed himself relentlessly into highly dangerous situations. As a result he
is close to burn-out, giving his handler Leigh Allen (Sylvia Hoeks: Blade
Runner; The Girl In The Spider's Web) cause for concern.
However, she agrees to send him as part of a tough, seasoned, three-man team
along with Brennan (William Fichtner: Prison Break; Invasion) and the
volatile Pete Samuelson (Gbenga Akinnagbe: The Wire; Detroit) to hunt
down a rogue operative in London, where they are all tested to the limit.
Tony Deighton (Joseph Millson), who fought alongside Jack in Afghanistan, is
protecting Terry McKnight (Eliot Cowan), who is buying a nuclear warhead from
the Russians through the glamorous Lena (Larissa Kouznetsova).
At first unable to believe that Deighton is involved, Jack soon finds out just
how far the rogue operative is prepared to go for money when he and his two
team-mates fall foul of Deighton's private army. While Leigh appears to have
an agenda all of her own and a score to settle with McKnight, Jack quickly realises
that they will not all come out alive.
Shoot-outs on the streets of London and high-speed car chases abound as Jack
fights his way through a dangerous army that is playing for high stakes to get
to Deighton and McKnight. Much of the film is shot in London and Mel Gibson's
son Milo gives a good account of himself in his first lead role.
All The Devil's Men is a little predictable but there is enough thrown
in to make this an exciting, tense and highly watchable movie. Tensions and
infighting between the team are well handled and believable.
All The Devil's Men also features: Yavor Baharov as Oleg; Perry Fitzpatrick
as Logan; Yasen Atour as Mus; and Steven Blades as Ethan.
Music is by Amory Leader and Simon Williams; Cinematography by Robin Whenary;
Producers are Amory Leader and Hannah Leader; Written and Directed by Matthew
* The Movie Partnership announces the release
of All The Devil's Men on Digital Download Platforms from 3 December
2018. VOD/EST Release Details: Certificate: 15 | Running Time: 96 Minutes |
RRP: £7.99 SD / £9.99 HD. Release Platforms: iTunes, Amazon, Google, Microsoft,
Sky Store, BT, Sony, Vubiquity, Rakuten.
"All The Devil's Men… exciting, tense and highly watchable" ****
Maggie Woods, MotorBar