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  • Actors: Steve Austin, Eric Roberts, Gary Daniels
  • Directors: Keoni Waxman
  • Writers: Frank Hannah
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: ANCHOR BAY
  • DVD Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003Z94WB6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,113 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hunt to Kill [Blu-ray]" on IMDb

Special Features

Audio Commentary with Director Keoni Waxman and Actor Michael Eklund, Behind the Scenes of HUNT TO KILL, and Trailer

Editorial Reviews

When Jim's (STEVE AUSTIN) teenage daughter is kidnapped, he's forced to lead a band of ruthless killers into the wilderness to retrieve their share of a missing heist score. In order to rescue his daughter, Jim must use his unique brand of survival skills to outsmart the kidnappers before it's too late. HUNT TO KILL is an action packed adrenaline rush about a man operating on his most primal instincts to save the one thing he's willing to die for - his daughter.

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This was a great movie, with lots of action.
kat
Austin plays a border patrol guard in Texas and his partner gets killed in a Meth lab raid.
The Movie Guy
Still I would highly recommend this flick to any action film fan or fan o Austin.
fmwaalex

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on November 8, 2010
Format: DVD
Steve Austin multi-picture deal with Anchor Bay films has resulted in another direct to DVD feature here in "Hunt To Kill." Austin stars as a Jim Rhodes, a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Montana, who has his daughter with him on Winter vacation with them having a strained relationship. She gets caught shoplifting & is being held in the local sheriff's office for him to come pick her up. Meanwhile a band of robbers in Las Vegas were betrayed by one of their own members of the team who takes off with all the loot leading the head villian Banks (Gil Bellows) to the same Sheriff's office where Rhodes & his daughter is. From there, Rhodes is forced to lead the band of criminals throught the wilderness with so many issues being dealt with such as the villians turning on each other, his daughter being held hostage while she's still having issues & conflict with him, and just trying to survive in the wild.

Most of the action in this movie consist of using weapons (shooting weapons like guns & a crossbow) along with an explosion & some stunts but there are two fights with one being between Rhodes & Banks along with one of two mini reunions from the "Expendables" movie with Austin's character fighting Gary Daniels' character of Jensen. Your also treated to another "Expendables" reunion in the beginning of the movie between Steve Austin & a cameo made by Eric Roberts. Overall I enjoyed this more than his previous DVD flick "The Stranger" but that doesn't say much as the plot was very basic but some of the characters were too "cartoonish" for my taste & none of the action here really got an emotion out me unlike Austin's previous roles in "The Expendables" , "The Condemded", or "Damaged." In the end, I would only recommend renting this if you have around 90 mins. of your life that you won't miss but besides that...you can pass on this too.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Mills on November 25, 2010
Format: DVD
I wasn't terribly impressed with the last Anchor Bay DTV action flick starring former wrestler "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, THE STRANGER, but as I'm always up for some testosterone-fueled cinematic mayhem, I decided to give the latest Austin vehicle, HUNT TO KILL (2010) a spin anyway.

I'm glad I did.

Austin plays a Border Patrol Agent named Jim Rhodes. After a bitter divorce that leaves him raising his teenage daughter Kim (Marie Avgeropoulis) alone and the brutal murder of his partner (Eric Roberts, picking up a check for a quick cameo), Rhodes accepts a promotion that finds him stationed in Northern Montana. But his quiet life in the woods is upset when a band of ruthless heist artists led by a sociopath named Banks (Gil Bellows, THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, LOVE & A .45) roll into the neighborhood with a fortune in stolen bearer bonds. They take his daughter hostage, and coerce him into leading them through the wilderness and over the Canadian border. Of course, it isn't long before there's conflict and falling outs among the crooks, and the opportunity for a little random Rambo-styled mayhem on Stone Cold's part.

HUNT TO KILL, despite the blandly generic title and somewhat over-familiar plotline, is a terrific low-budget B-action film. Austin is surprisingly effective in the lead role, exhibiting some unexpected bits of human emotion along with the expected brute force. The cast is better than average for the genre, with Bellows turning in a fine, sly turn as the leader of the crooks, and British martial arts star Gary Daniels (THE EXPENDABLES, BLOODFIST IV) making a formidable physical opponent for the hulking Austin.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Steve Benner VINE VOICE on November 8, 2010
Format: DVD
Steve Austin fans probably never look for much of a plot in his movies beyond the nice and simple "big guy kicks some serious ass" kind. This 2009 direct-to-video release, "Hunt To Kill", may therefore come as something of a pleasant surprise to some viewers (although "pleasant" is hardly the correct word, peppered as it is with almost non-stop violence and general nastiness establishing the need for the big guy to get stuck into the serious ass-kicking). It does at least try to deliver something of a substantial plot--albeit one that is lifted wholesale from "Cliffhanger (1992)"--and for much of the time actually succeeds. Getting the main story line established takes an eternity, though, and so as a consequence an all but irrelevant high-octane frontispiece has had to be glued on as an opener to prevent action-movie fans from falling asleep at the start. Apart from this, though, the story flows reasonably well until it needs to be interrupted for the obligatory standard fight action set-pieces, before finally disintegrating into a succession of surprises and set-backs which become so regular as to be entirely predictable. By then, though, the action is coming thick and fast, so I doubt that fans of this genre will care one little bit.

The movie's main highlight is the strong supporting cast, especially Gil Bellows in the role of an incredibly nasty cartoon villain, which he hams up to perfection and is entirely believable as a serious match to the protagonist. The production's weak points are the dialogue, which by and large is truly appalling throughout, and the musical soundtrack which is totally OTT and takes things altogether too seriously. Neither of those will deter the die-hard serious ass-kicking fan who can comfortably just sit back and watch the pretty explosions and sprays of blood.
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