Tyrese Gibson Fights Back to Action Thriller ‘Rogue Hostage’ Trailer
“I’m made of chaos!” Vertical Entertainment has released a licensed trailer for an exciting adventure called Captured Violence, most recently from filmmaker Jon Keeyes (a Living and Dying, Come to Death, Destruction Room, Disruption). This has not been played at any video festival and is down in the VOD + show since the summer. Captured Violence stars Tyrese Gibson as a fatherless and former Marine father who is caught up in the horrific domestic violence. Locked up inside a local store, he has to fight again to save his family and his stepfather, as well as the lives of everyone else inside. The video includes John Malkovich (!!), Holly Taylor, Michael Jai White, Luna Lauren Velez, John D. Hickman, Leslie Stratton, and Christopher Backus as a great evil man. This does not appear that great, really Stand Firm-but-and-Tire-instead lives inside a home-improvement store. Can you still have a fun watch? You need to look at at least.
Here is Jon Keeyes’ official trailer (+ poster) Captured Violence, from Vertical’s YouTube:
Rogue Hostage follows fatherless father and former Kyle Snowden (Tyrese Gibson), who is struggling to adapt to life with PTSD. With constant anticipation of his work in Child Protection, Kyle found himself with a group of innocent clients trapped in his stepfather’s store during the brutal kidnapping of the brutal warlord Eagan Raize. More controversy is being revealed on Eagan’s brutal vendetta against Kyle’s father, Congressman Sam Nelson, threatening the lives of everyone inside, including Congressman and Kyle’s daughter. In due course, Kyle must fight the criminals and his demons to protect the store and save everyone. Captured Violence is overseen by an American video producer Jon Keeyes, film director Living and Dying, Come to Death, Destruction Room, Phobia, Section, and Disruption in the past, and many other works. The artwork is written by Mickey Solis. Excavators Ent. starts making Keeyes’ Captured Violence in some US + movies on VOD since June 11th this summer. Does it look good?