Check Out These Exclusive Blueprint Images for KILL COMMAND

Written by Martin Unsworth Monday, 09 May 2016

Movie News

Set to be released this coming weekend, Kill Command is an exciting sci-fi action film not to be missed, and STARBURST has some exclusive production images of the futuristic battle tech used in the film.

The official synopsis is:

Set in the very near future, an elite squad of highly trained marines, led by commanding officer CAPTAIN BUKES are sent on a routine training exercise to a remote island – the precise location of which no one knows and from which all communications are cut off dead. Accompanying them on the mission is ‘tech head' SPECIALIST MILLS, a mysterious coder whose brain is interfaced with a computer. What the unit soon discover when they reach the island is that the exercise is far from routine - they become live targets of terrifyingly advanced military robots and that MILLS is somehow involved in the conspiracy. But they also know that they need MILLS technology to survive the brutal situation that they find themselves in. Cut off and facing certain death the marines must fight for their lives to survive. And at the same time they must work out who and what MILLS really is – and whose side is she really on.

Written and directed by FX virtuoso Steve Gomez (Monsters), Kill Command stars Thure Lindhardt, Vanessa Kirby, Sam Huntington, and David Ajala.

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Kill Command is in cinemas and VOD (including iTunes and Sky Store) May 13th.

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