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Written by Jay Creepy   
Sunday, 26 July 2015

LE ACCELERATOR

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How to have your movie noticed on a low budget is simple really, have Bobby Rhodes join the cast. Yep, Bobby Rhodes, the man behind Tony the Pimp in Demons, along with roles in Endgame, The Last Hunter, Demons 2 and many more over the years.

Le Accelerator also stars such genre names like Dean Van Husen, Bey Logan and the one and only Jim Van Bebber.

The catch line on the rather basic webpage goes like this “The fear of death follows from the fear of life! A man who lives fully is prepared to die at any time.”


The synopsis goes like this: “Le Accelerator is the story of an assassin who goes on a spiritual journey after being tasked with taking down 10 individuals sentenced to death, for unknown reasons, across the globe. It is a death meditation – as our protagonist believes the only thing men have in common is the knowledge of the last destination: death! There is no escape. He does not make a change, he just accelerates the journey for those who are on his list.” The movie looks like a mix of film noir, martial arts and the fact it has been filmed in gritty B/W catches the eyes.

The director, writer and producer is Thomas Eikrem who created the Jim Van Bebber vehicle, Detroit Rising which I reported on some months ago (here). Personally, I'm looking forwards to this one...
 


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