Van Damme’s Most Action-Packed Film in Years!” - Brad Sturdivant, Flix66.com Action Superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme Delivers Non-Stop Excitement In the All-New Action Thriller 6 BULLETS To Save a Life, Every Shot Counts. Exploding onto DVD and Digital August 21st Culver City, CA (6/11/12) – International superstar Jean-Claude Van Damme (upcoming The Expendables 2, Dragon Eyes) delivers non-stop action and excitement in the all-new, action thriller 6 BULLETS, exploding onto DVD and Digital August 21st from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. In his latest action-packed, high-octane film, Van Damme stars as Samson Gaul, an unstoppable ex-mercenary with a dark past who reluctantly returns to action in order to help rescue a kidnapped American girl from a foreign crime syndicate. Co-starring Joe Flanigan (TV’s “Stargate: Atlantis”), Bianca Bree (Assassination Games) and Anna-Louise Plowman (TV’s “Stargate SG-1”), the film is packed with the kind of gritty fight scenes and pulse-pounding suspense only Van Damme can deliver. Action fans won’t want to miss Van Damme’s latest round of hard-hitting thrills when 6 BULLETS arrives on DVD. Synopsis Veteran mercenary Samson Gaul (Van Damme) knows that in the heat of battle, every bullet counts. He retired from combat when his actions resulted in the deaths of helpless victims, but now he's the last hope for a desperate father. Mixed Martial Artist, Andrew Fayden (Flanigan) knows how to fight, but alone he's unprepared to navigate the corrupt streets of a foreign city to find his kidnapped daughter. Together, these warriors will stop at nothing to tear apart a vile network of criminals that prey upon the innocent. 6 BULLETS was directed by Ernie Barbarash (Assassination Games, Ticking Clock) and written by Chad Law and Evan Law (Hero Wanted, Hit List). It was produced by Brad Krevoy (Assassination Games, Ticking Clock), Justin Bursch (Assassination Games, Ticking Clock), and Patrick Newall (Assassination Games, Arena). The film has a run time of approximately 115 minutes and has been rated R for violence, disturbing images, language, and sexual content.