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WIN ONE OF THREE COPIES OF STREETS OF BLOOD ON DVD!

PUBLISHED: 16:25 05 August 2009 | UPDATED: 16:21 07 September 2010

Streets Of Blood

Streets Of Blood

FROM THE PRODUCER OF ROCKY BALBOA Set for DVD release on 10 August 2009 by Momentum Pictures, STREETS OF BLOOD is the gritty and gruesome story of corruption in the New Orleans police force in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Featuring a hot Hollywood ca

FROM THE PRODUCER OF ROCKY BALBOA

Set for DVD release on 10 August 2009 by Momentum Pictures, STREETS OF BLOOD is the gritty and gruesome story of corruption in the New Orleans police force in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

Featuring a hot Hollywood cast headed by hard man Val Kilmer (Top Gun, Heat, Batman Forever), stunning Sharon Stone (Basic Instinct, Bobby), Michael Biehn (The Terminator, Planet Terror) and international rap artist Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson (Righteous Kill, Home of the Brave), STREETS OF BLOOD follows one man's search for justice in a place where lawlessness and brutality reign.

A shockingly realistic adventure designed to thrill audiences while keeping a spotlight on the real urban blight brought on by the natural human catastrophes left in the wake of the big storm, STREETS OF BLOOD truly does get down and dirty with real people and real problems: to ensure authenticity, locals were involved in the filmmaking process.

With a career spanning three decades, Kilmer's first role as a police officer is both striking and mesmerising. Coupled with wonderfully effective performances by Sharon Stone and Michael Biehn, as well as that of multi-platinum selling 50 Cent, STREETS OF BLOOD will be right up your street if you like your entertainment to be as hard as it is engrossing.

Q) Which international rap artist features in Streets of Blood?

A) Janet Jackson

B) Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson

C) Curtis Stigers

Closing date for entry is Friday 11th September 2009.

This film is rated 18. Applicants must be 18 years or over to apply for this competition.


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