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Get on “The Hit List” May 10th on Blu-ray

No one stand between me and my DTV splendor!  Cuba Gooding Jr. is back in an all new action thriller called The Hit List. Cuba plays the role of a hitman for hire who offers to take out five targets for free.  The mark obviously thinks it’s a joke, but the bodies start to turn up the next day.  It’s up to Cole Hauser to take a stand against this ruthless hitman who is also being hunted by the authorities.  The Hit List will be released on Blu-ray and DVD May 10th. 

Synopsis

Ever wish you had the chance to get back at the boss who undermined you…the spouse who cheated on you…or the friend who deceived you? One night, a down-on-his-luck businessman, Allan Campbell (Hauser), meets a mysterious stranger, Jonas Arbor (Gooding Jr.), who claims to be a professional hit man. Jonas offers to take out five targets, free of charge. Thinking it’s a bad joke, Allan jots down his own private hit list. The next day, the people he named start turning up dead, and all the evidence points to Allan. Hunted by the police and haunted by guilt, Allan races against time to stop the murders he set in motion. In this world, vengeance always has a price.

THE HIT LIST was directed by William Kaufman (Sinners & Saints, The Prodigy), based on a screenplay by Chad and Evan Law (Hero Wanted). It was produced by Richard Salvatore (Casino Jack, Wrong Turn at Tahoe) and Freddy Braidy (Rescue Dawn, Wrong Turn at Tahoe). Executive producers are

Rich Cowan (John Carpenter’s The Ward, Wrong Turn at Tahoe) and Johnny Martin (Lies & Illusions, Wrong Turn at Tahoe). It has a run time of approximately 90 minutes and has been rated R for violence and language.

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Gerard Iribe is a writer/reviewer for Why So Blu?. He has also reviewed for other sites like DVD Talk, Project-Blu, and CHUD, but Why So Blu? is where the heart is. You can follow his incoherency on Twitter: @giribe

3 Responses to “Get on “The Hit List” May 10th on Blu-ray”


  1. Aaron Neuwirth

    When does it become too ironic to use the phrase, “show me the money” ?

  2. Gerard Iribe

    Hey, the homie gots to get paid!

  3. Sean Ferguson

    I think I’ll pass on this.