By: John M Jerva

In the last few years, Robert Bronzi has become a permanent addition to the world of direct to video action having starred in such films like the Death Wish inspired Death KISS as well as his homage to the western genre Once Upon A Time In Deadwood. Bronzi, who happens to look like the long lost twin brother to iconic Hollywood action star Charles Bronson isn’t slowing down anytime soon and now he faces his biggest challenge yet.

In May, the action-horror flick Cry Havoc hits Digital and VOD which has Bronzi going up against a lethal serial killer who murders on command and the film reunites him with indie action and horror filmmaker Rene Perez. Check out the new trailer, poster and images below!

He’s back!
Robert Bronzi, the star of Death Kiss and Once Upon a Time in Deadwood, faces his deadliest opponent yet in Cry Havoc – available this May On Demand.

An ambitious young reporter is granted an interview with one of the FBI’s most wanted. While entering his compound she finds one of his prized possessions, a serial killer who murders at call, called HAVOC. Her only hope is a rogue police man searching for his daughter.

Co-starring Richard Tyson (Kindergarten Cop) Emily Sweet, and JD Angstadt, writer-director Rene Perez’s Cry Havoc premieres on demand May 5 from Midnight Releasing.

Bronzi is great at playing the man with no name action role and he brings a throwback full to all of his films as does Perez who is a master at lower budgeted genre flicks that are entertaining and perfect for Saturday night viewing. Check out the film when it hits streaming platforms and VOD on May 5th!

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