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Ten Dead Men [DVD] [2008]

Pooja Shah , Silvio Simac , Ross Boyask    Suitable for 18 years and over   DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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  • Actors: Pooja Shah, Silvio Simac, Terry Stone, John Rackham, Brendan F Carr
  • Directors: Ross Boyask
  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Britfilms TV
  • DVD Release Date: 25 May 2009
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001THPPF8

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Product Description

Smashing its way on to DVD comes 'Ten Dead Men', a violent, hard edged British revenge story that will blow you away!

Betrayed repaying an old blood debt and left for dead, former gun for hire Ryan returns to enact a violent, bloody revenge on the ten men who killed his wife and forced him back into a life he thought he'd left behind years ago. Ten men took away his life. Now Ten Men Will Pay.

Directed by cult UK action director Ross Boyask ('left For Dead', 'Pure Vengeance') and starring Brendan Carr ('Purifiers', 'Band Of Brothers', 'Love Struck'), Terry Stone ('Rise Of The Foot Soldier', 'Rollin' With The Nines') and Doug Bradley ('Hellraiser', 'Nightbreed') the film includes special appearances by Lee Latchford-Evans (actor and member of the record breaking pop music act STEPS), Pooja Shah ('Eastenders', 'Bend It like Beckham') and Silvio Simac ('DOA: Dead Or Alive', Jet Li's 'Unleashed') as well as UK stars JC Mac, Jason Maza and Glenn Salvage.

In addition TEN DEAD MEN boasts appearances by the stars of UK Mixed Martial Arts phenomenon Cage Rage, and professional UK wrestlers such as the former British champion 'The Pukka One' Darren Burridge, famed international Mixed Martial Arts fighters such as Kimo, some of the UK's top Parkour performers and features stunts and action by leading UK based stunt performers with credits on films including '28 Weeks Later', 'Casino Royale', 'Harry Potter', 'The Da Vinci Code' and MANY more.

The DVD comes with a stunning 30 page graphic novel entitled 'Ten Dead Men: The Last Job' and the following bonus features:
  • Commentary #1: Ross & Chris (director & writer)
  • Commentary #2: Ross, Brendan & Phil Hobden
Deleted & Alternative Scenes (5-10)
  1. Speedboat Deal (Deleted)
  2. Speedboat Kill (Deleted)
  3. Ryan Gets Photo (Original Version)
  4. Body Delivered and Axel Talks To Ryan (Deleted)
  5. Chop Shop Fight (Long Version)
  6. Projects Manager Meets Franklin (Original Version)
  7. Notting Hill Kill (Deleted)
  8. Odeon Kill (Deleted)
  9. Parkour Chase (Deleted)
  10. Random Kills (In Full)
  • Web Docs x 10
  • 10 Min Video EPK with Interviews
  • BTS Documentary - 55 mins
  • Filming At Cage Rage Documentary - 10 Mins
  • Trailers x2 - Sales Agent & Story Trailer
  • MOCK Film festival Intro (with caption into titles)

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3.3 out of 5 stars
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing!! 8 Sep 2010
Format:DVD
Had high hopes for this film - and was very disappointed! The action scenes are okay, but the filming is very poor and the storyline is a bit pathetic. Half way through I got bored and started to fast forward! On a positive note I did want to see the ending, unlike some other films. All in all, disappointing!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars worst film after strange behaviour 19 Jan 2013
Format:DVD
First off this film is what I can only describe as 'poo'. The Actors must have been dragged in from back alleys and asked to play a part in one of the worst movies since time began. The film looks like it has been recorded with a Nokia and I struggled sometimes to see which pixel was talking.

The movie should infact be renamed 'How to make a movie with 100'.

Complete and utter, rammle.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Garbage with some ok action scenes 20 July 2009
Format:DVD
I'm sure that all the reviews praising this film to the heavens must have been written by the cast & Crew or their friends.
Admittedly there are about 3 good action scenes but the rest of the time this is absolutely rubbish.
The acting(?!) is pitiful. All the actors(?!) seem to think they're auditioning for a part in the next Guy Ritchie film (and failing to get the part). They all speak their lines as if theyre reading them for the first time.
All the women are obviously girlfriends of cast/crew as theres no other reason theyd be in this.The lead character Ryan is not even trusted with any dialogue at all until one line at the end. Two of the villains are meant to be some sort of comedy double act but they forgot to be funny

Theres a narrator who sounds like hes been drafted in from some 1970s BBC childrens programme. Theres such a constant stream of narration that you feel like shouting "For Christs sake shut up". Its like a radio play with live action added.

Its basically a few guys getting together from a local martial arts club and making a home movie

All in all, avoid like the swine flu!
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1.0 out of 5 stars In 2 words, Absolute Crap! 23 Feb 2014
By Telboy
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
This film is utter crap. Was expecting it to at least be watchable. The main character doesnt even speak until 1 line right at the end. The acting is absolute rubbish and the narrating all the way through, well what can i say it is just so poor and annoying and just makes the film worse than it already is, if indeed thats at all possible. I got bored with this joke of a film after 5 minutes and thats no exageration. The budget of this film was no more than 50, no joke, and how other reviewers can say if you like rise of the footsoldier you will like this i will never know.

i wouldnt recommend this crap to anyone i just wanna forget i ever watched it and forget i wasted money on it!

Warning! Dont waste your money!
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5.0 out of 5 stars DVD 27 May 2013
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My brother saw this film on tv and looked on here and it was cheap for a old film. Good buy
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Complete and utter rubish!! 20 July 2009
Format:DVD
You know, If I bought my self a cheap camcorder and invited some friends over for an afternoon to make a movie, and the result was this 'Ten dead men' I would be very unhappy indeed with the outcome, let alone spending any more time or money on it.
For a start, the lead characters facial expressions would give Lee Evans a run for his money, as they are so funny.
The rest of the cast are so wooden you could start your own furniture store.
Please don't take any notice of the rave reviews on here, as it wouldn't suprise me if most of them were from the cast & crew(notice all the tabloid style headlines).
I was forced to give this film one star, But would have gladly given it minus five stars if possible.
To the filmakers: If you have to make another film, please make sure you have a buget of more than 100 - otherwise stick to your day jobs!!!
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2 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Arse kicking British action stormer! 11 Mar 2009
Format:DVD
I'm a big fan of Britsh films and the action genre in general so imagine my surprise when I happened across this beauty that combines the two! I caught it at a combat show in London last year and was blown out of my socks by how realistic it was. None of the actors are going to trouble De Niro anytime soon but hell fire, the action sequences are going to set your hair on fire!
Think a Brit version of Kill Bill only loads more believable and with truely amazing stunts and you're heading in the right direction.
A belting revenge thriller that's as intense as they come and did I mention realistic!
Fans of Rise of the Footsoldier, Cass and those Nick Love films should definitely give this a go.
Prepare to be gob-smacked!
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Awesome British Action Film!!! 5 Mar 2009
By Amir_HB
Format:DVD
I love a good action flick and although the acting in this isn't exactly Oscar worthy the fighting and action sequences are UNBELIEVABLE! i was really surprised at how far they took the action sequences and some of the stunts are quite shocking and unexpected. Plus Lee Latchford Evans (Lee from Steps!) makes an appearance...as someone who WASNT a fan of steps i can only say it put a smile on my face to see what happened to him in the film (I aint saying any more!!). This is a great british film, and i couldnt recommend it highly enough.
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