In the Spirit of The Expendables and Assault on Precinct 13, comes the Carpenteresque Action Film ATOMIC EDEN! Now streaming on all major platforms in the USA!

By: John M Jerva

Are you a fan of outrageous 80’s throwback style B movie goodness? Better yet, do you love to watch 70’s and 80’s action legend Fred Williamson bring back the swagger of those lost eras as he gleefully takes out the bad guys with heavy weaponry just like in the old days? Well, you’re in luck because we have the movie for you in Atomic Eden which also includes martial arts whiz Mike Möller doing what he does best as he defies gravity with jaw dropping fight sequences that are unequaled. Throw in the Renegade himself Lorenzo Lamas and if that doesn’t sell you I don’t know what will.

The flick is now available on Digital and VOD platforms so check knout the trailer and exclusive first eight minutes of the movie itself…now!

This is what action fans have been waiting for: the Carpenteresque old school action thriller ATOMIC EDEN, which finally hits VOD widely in the United States and is now available on Amazon Video, Google Play, VUDU, Microsoft Movies, Xbox Video, YouTube, COMCAST, xfinity, INDEMAND and Tubi TV.

Starring American screen legend Fred “The Hammer” Williamson (“From Dusk till Dawn”, VFW), German martial arts sensation Mike Möller (“Arena of the Streefighter,” “Ultimate Justice”) and Lorenzo Lamas (TV’s “Renegade”) shooting star Everett Ray Aponte (“The Hitman Agency”) Japanese Top Model Hazuki Kato (HBO’s “Grisse”, “In Full Bloom”Falcon Rising”), Atomic Eden recalls the crackling pulp action of The Expendables, Assault on Precinct 13, The Raid and VFW.

Stoker – “The Leader” (Fred Williamson) is a mercenary with a mission. In order for him to complete this mission, he will have to assemble a team of not only the best in the business;he needs people he can trust. He calls in a few favors and assembles the toughest, most badass group of mercenaries loyalty can buy. With David – “The Fighter” (Mike Möller), Reiko – “The Samurai” (Hazuki Kato), Darwin – “The Texan” (Everett Ray Aponte), Heinrich – “The Priest” (Wolfgang Riehm), John – “The Sniper” (Nico Sentner), Brenner – “The Blade” (Dominik Stark) and Laurie – “The Rookie” (Josephine Hies) by his side, the mission should be a breeze. It quickly turns into an un-winnable battle with eight people battling against eight hundred, all vying for control of a doomsday device lost during World War II. With the odds stacked against them, they’re ready to risk life and limb to save millions of lives.

Director Nico Sentner, known around the world as “the Godfather of Krautsploitation” says in his statement: “From my early childhood, when I was still behind the Iron Curtain, I wanted to become a filmmaker. And I am very pleased that the reunification in my country finally gave me the opportunity to go for my dream.

“I grew up on John Carpenter movies, and he is one of the main reasons why I wanted to become a filmmaker. My favorite film of his is ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13. I also really liked mercenary films like PREDATOR and THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN where each mercenary has their own distinct personality and character. You really didn’t want them to die because you liked the characters so much. Behind the Iron Curtain, there were only a very few films from the West which were allowed and movies that were quite commonly allowed by the East German government were westerns, so THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN was a huge influence on me.

“So, naturally ATOMIC EDEN starts out as a mercenary movie and then it ends up in a single location as an Alamo scenario much like ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13. In modern Hollywood movies I’m nearly always disappointed by all the CGI overkill. I think these effects can take away the magic from a good story, when the focus of the film is purely on the visual effects. It was important for me with ATOMIC EDEN to do everything using practical effects to give it the retro look and feel of the action films from the 80’s and early 90’s we all have watched and loved. Overall it worked out well and we have a great level of practical, in-camera action in the movie. ATOMIC EDEN is my homage to the films that inspired me, and I think it will connect with fans of hardcore martial arts action movies. Enjoy!”

You can watch Atomic Eden on any of the streaming services below!

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ATOMIC EDEN is also available on COMCAST, xfinity and INDEMAND

Check out the first eight minutes of the film right now to wet your appetite before you check out the film in full. It’s a definite 80’s style B action movie good time! Just turn your brain off and enjoy the indie action mayhem reminiscent to when video stores ruled the world!


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