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Left for Dead (2004) purports to be the UK's first independent action martial arts feature film. Directed by Ross Boyask and produced by Phil Hobden, it paved the way for a number of independent action films to follow, including Soul Searcher, The Silencer and The Purifiers.
Left For Dead is a revenge thriller set in a city called Hope, where a crime lord called Kincaid rules with an iron fist. Williams, a former hitman for Kincaid, is attacked and left for dead when he tries to leave the organisation. He teams up with Kelso, a kickboxer who had his hands smashed by Kincaid, and together they must fight to exact revenge on the criminal empire that holds their city in an iron grasp.
Mostly the filmmakers cast unknowns in the film. Original Kincaid actor Gordon Alexander left the production after 2 months due to 'creative differences'. He later went on to star in the critically hammered Brit art house action film The Purifiers.
Left for Dead also features the first on-screen performance from Bourne Ultimatum star Joey Ansah in a very small combat role.
Actors and stunt performers Jon Foo and Joey Ansah have cameo roles as one of the fighters.
Left For Dead was shot over 18 months in
Ten Dead Men (2008) is the follow-up to the cult independent action film Left for Dead. Produced by the same company, (Modern Life?) Ten Dead Men features many of the same actors as its predecessor. Ten Dead Men was directed by Ross Boyask and produced by Phil Hobden. The film released in UK, France, Indonesia and Japan.
As the film begins, Ryan has spent years putting his brutal past behind him—a different man now to the stone cold killer he was a lifetime ago. But when an old face from the past arrives on his doorstep, Ryan is called upon to repay a blood debt from years ago. But the price is too high. Betrayed, and with his life falling apart around him, Ryan goes on a murderous, bloody revenge spree against the Ten Men who took his life away from him.
It took 18 months from production starting to finishing filming. The film's action was handled by Hong Kong fight director/stunt man Jude Poyer who has worked alongside actors such as Jet Li and Jean Claude Van Damme on a host of US and Asian action films.
The film stars actor/martial artist Brendan Carr, Terry Stone, Pooja Shah, Ben Shockley, Lee Latchford-Evans, JC Mac, Tom Gerald, and P.L Hobden. Doug Bradley provides the