Gangster Movie: Bonded By Blood – Available February 1 on DVD and iTunes

Bonded By Blood is an action film that tells the story of the shocking downfall of the three most notorious gangsters in British crime history.

Here’s the synopsis:

In Essex, England, 1995, a small group of men dominate the local crime scene through fear and uncompromising brutality. Based on the true story of the Essex Boys, BONDED BY BLOOD, rife with drugs, guns, and violence, tells the tale of the shocking downfall of the three most notorious gangsters in British crime history.

Tony Tucker (Terry Stone) Patrick Tate (Tamer Hassan) and Craig Rolfe (Neil Maskell) are known as the most feared criminals across the south of England through their monopoly over the local drug trade and club scene. But in a world where loyalties are constantly tested and vast fortunes are at stake, your closest friend can quickly become your worst enemy. Before long, the boys find themselves in a life or death situation that will lead to their inevitable downfall.

Featuring an all-star cast that includes Vincent Regan, (300, Troy) Dave Legeno, (Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Elizabeth: The Golden Age) Terry Stone (Rise of the Footsoldier, Doghouse) Tamer Hassan (Kick-Ass) and Neil Maskell, (Rise of the Footsoldier) BONDED BY BLOOD is gripping from start to finish.

BONDED BY BLOOD, a film inspired by the best-selling book of former Essex Boy, Bernard O’Mahoney, was brought to the big screen and now to DVD & iTunes by Revolver Entertainment.

Winner of the Bonded By Blood DVD giveaway. Ron V. from San Jose, CA

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  1. My favorite by far is goodfellas. I never understood why ray liotta is not a big star.

  2. One of my favorite gangster movies is Goodfellas: This is also one of my favorite scenes in a gangster film and I love Joe Pesci as Tommy DeVito.
    Tommy DeVito: What?
    Henry Hill: Just… ya know… you’re funny.
    Tommy DeVito: You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it’s me, I’m a little fucked up maybe, but I’m funny how, I mean funny like I’m a clown, I amuse you? I make you laugh, I’m here to fuckin’ amuse you? What do you mean funny, funny how? How am I funny?
    Henry Hill: Just… you know, how you tell the story, what?
    Tommy DeVito: No, no, I don’t know, you said it. How do I know? You said I’m funny. How the fuck am I funny, what the fuck is so funny about me? Tell me, tell me what’s funny!
    Henry Hill: [long pause] Get the fuck out of here, Tommy!

  3. hard to pick one, I love pulp fiction, The Godfather with Al Pacino-Goodfellas with Ray Liotta, petty criminal to big time. Love both of those actors

  4. Scarface is my favorite gangsta movie

  5. i love all of the god father movies and al pacino and kevin costner in the untouchables , those would have to be my favorites , and by the waya nd excellent contest!!!

  6. My most favorite gangster movie is”The Godfather” made in the 70’s. The wonderful cast included Marlon Brando and also Al Pacino. I don’t know of anyone person who has not heard of this award winning film. I like gangster movies more than any other so I hope to win Bonded by Blood.

  7. My favorite gangster film is Public Enemy with Johnny Depp as John Dillinger. He really owned that role. His portrayal of John Dillinger made him seem so vulnerable and not at all ruthless. I felt sorry for him and was really sad when they shot him outside the movie theatre.

  8. My favorite would be Once Upon A Time in America with Robert De Niro. Traces 50 years of History of New York underworld.

  9. My favorite is Goodfellas. I loved Ray Liotta as he played a gangster you had to love.

  10. My favorite gangster film is Scarface with Al Pacino,but I would still like to win this dvd!

  11. Casino is my favorite gangster movie. What’s not to like about Robert Di Nero with Joe Pecsi thrown in (no pun intended?).

  12. Casino was a great movie and its based on real life characters. Robert DeNiro is the greatest actor of our time.

  13. I absolutely love Scarface! I love Al Pacino’s role in this movie. I know it’s not “mob ganster” but to me it is still gangster. The way Pacino wants to own the drug world and how he goes about getting it facinates me. My favorite line is when Pacino says, “There are two things in this world I won’t break for nobody are my word and my balls so don’t f…..with me mang!”

  14. My favorite “Gangster” film has to be the original “Die Hard” and my all-time favorite “gangster” is Alan Rickman, that deliciously nasty “upscale” gangster Hans Gruber.

  15. Bonnie and Clyde
    1967 with Warren Beatty, Faye Dunaway
    saw it on tv as a kid + still think it such a classic!

  16. I love those bad guy movies. The cast looks awesome in Bonded by Blood. I like Dave Legeno and really want to see this

  17. I watched the trailer and it looked like a few pussy cats trying to pretend they are tough guys. I would like to win the movie to see if it is really good.

  18. I want to see Bonded By Blood because the trailer drew me in lol…it looks very exiting and kept my full attention!
    My favorite actor in that movie is Dave Legeno, he was great in Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince!

  19. My fave gangster movie would have to be the Godfather
    so many great actors who were well cast in that movie, from Marlon Brando to Abe Vigoda. This is one of those movies that I have no desire to see a remake.

  20. i would like to see Bonded by Blood because it souds really interesting

    chevybelair1 at juno dot com

  21. I really enjoyed “Reservoir Dogs” and I thought that Steve Buscemi’s “Mr. Pink” was awesome. Tarintino brought a new twist on movie making when he make the soundtrack a character in his movies as well.

  22. My favorite gangster movies are The Godfather movies. I have the complete set and enjoy watching them every so often and never get bored of them!

  23. the movie Casino had Robert DeNiro, Sharon Stone and Joe Pesci. All three were good, but I think Sharon Stone was excellent as a woman in a downward spiral no matter how much her husband did to try and save her from herself.

  24. I have always loved the Untouchables. Kevin Costner actually acting and Sean Connery make it a great movie.

  25. American Gangster !! Denzel Washington ,I have never seen him play such a roll befor and I loved it..He was great as a mob boss.Thank for the contest.

  26. “Wedding Present” is an old funny gangster movie with Cary Grant, Geroge Bancroft, William Demarest and Joan Bennett. Well, I might be showing my age or not LOL but the oldies are still the best in my book!!

  27. My favorite gangster movie would have to be The Godfather. Al Pacino and Marlin Brando were great in it as were many others. It’s my favorite because it was so well done.

  28. My favorite gangster movies are classics I love The Godfather and Godfather II –but I also love Pulp Fiction –not normally thought of as a gangster movie–but it is –I also love the Departed —but if you see the original Mou gaan dou (aka Internal Affairs) some of the best bits are scene for scene right out of the original. Oh and I love Goodfellas—like I said I love the modern classics.

  29. Goodfellas by far. Robert DeNero, Joe Pesci, & Ray Liotta are my favorite actors. I also liked the fact that it was made in NYC my hometown.

  30. My favorite gangster movie is Casino. My favorite actor is Robert De Niro. He was awesome.

  31. The Untouchables, with Robert De Niro being my favorite ganster. Just a great performance…..

  32. My favorite gangster movie would have to be Mobsters…I enjoyed Christian Slater’s performance and the dramatic death of his character.
    Thanks for the contest!

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