House Of The Rising Sun (2011)
Saturday 25th February 2012
Released on DVD by Momentum Pictures on 2nd April 2012, American professional wrestling legend Dave Bautista (The Scorpion King 3: Battle For Redemption) heads an all-star cast in the gritty action-thriller House Of The Rising Sun.
Based on the novel by author, journalist, screenwriter and formal federal agent Chuck Hustmyre and directed by Brian A. Miller (Caught In The Crossfire). Co-written by Miller and Hustmyre, the film co-stars Amy Smart (Crank: High Voltage), Danny Trejo (Sons Of Anarchy; Machete), Craig Fairbrass (The Bank Job) and Dominic Purcell (Straw Dogs; Prison Break).
After serving five years in federal prison for corruption, ex-cop Ray Shane (Bautista) is planning on going straight and takes a low-key security job at The House Of The Rising Sun, a strip club in Grand Rapids, Michigan. One evening when Ray is manning the door, the club is raided and robbed by an armed gang who unexpectedly open fire while trying to make their getaway. During the ensuing melee, the son of the club's owner, a well-connected Mob boss, is shot a killed.
Considered responsible for the security breach that led to the robbery and the murder, Ray is ordered to track down the gang members and deliver them to his boss. But as he digs deeper into the investigation his own criminal past comes back to haunt him, eventually making him a prime suspect in the case. As Ray struggles to solve the crime and to clear his own name, he finds himself the target of both his former colleagues on the police force and the Mob members for whom he is now working.
A brutal, no-holds-barred action-thriller with a killer cast, blasts of explosive gunplay and enough twists and double-crosses in the plot to keep the viewer guessing right up until the finale, House Of The Rising Sun is a lean, mean and dirty ride into a violent criminal underworld.
- "Making of" featurette
- Cast and crew interviews
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.