ENDANGERED SPECIES: Rebecca Romijn & Philip Winchester Battle Fierce Animals and Jerry O’Connell in the New Survival Thriller!

By: John M Jerva

If you’re like me, then you thought last year’s Rogue which featured Megan Fox as a mercenary battling humans and a lioness was one hell of a fun movie. Delivered by director M.J. Bassett, who is best known for Strike Back, the movie was flawed but enjoyable and add in Philip Winchester delivering a spot in performance, it made for a great guilty pleasure.

Now Basset is back and in Africa once again directing but with X-Men alum Rebecca Romijn who is now the one being stalked by fierce animals in the unforgiving terrain. Winchester is back as well along with Jerry O’Connell who might be more dangerous then the animals. Check out the official key art and trailer below!

This gripping adventure tale unfolds beneath a brutal African sun. Jack Halsey takes his wife (Romijn), their adult kids, and a friend for a dream vacation in Kenya. But as they venture off alone into a wilderness park, their safari van is flipped over by an angry rhino, leaving them injured and desperate. Then, as two of them go in search of rescue, a bloody, vicious encounter with a leopard and a clan of hyenas incites a desperate fight for survival.

The trailer features a rhino, a leopard, and hyenas as well as O’Connell getting to have some fun as the evil human element and Winchester looks like he’s playing a more low key character then he did in Rogue but he’s watchable in anything that he does.

Endangered Species will stalk onto Digital VOD platforms on May 28th followed by a Blu-Ray/DVD rollout a few days later on June 1st.

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