GenreAction Duration CinematographyIsmael Issa LanguageEnglish
Initial releaseJune 15, 2015 (United Kingdom) ProducersNeil Jones, Jonathan Sothcott, Luke Fairbrass, Rod Smith CastMartin Kemp (Sam Blake), Patrick Bergin (Sir Alistair Montcrief), April Pearson (Lexi), Nick Moran (Roy Dixon), Anouska Mond (D.I. Hannah Siddiq), Bruce Payne (Prime Minister) Similar moviesBruce Payne and Danni Dyer appear in Age of Kill and Vendetta, Target (2004), Who Dares Wins (1982), Mercenaries, Wild Geese II (1985)
Tagline6 targets in 6 hours or London burns
Age of kill official trailer
Age of Kill is an action film written by Simon Cluett, directed by Neil Jones and starring Martin Kemp, Patrick Bergin, April Pearson, Philip Davis and Bruce Payne.
A black ops sniper, Sam Blake (Martin Kemp) is blackmailed by a psychotic terrorist known only as "Jericho" into killing six seemingly unrelated people in six hours. If he fails, if he misses a target, if he goes to the police or is caught, the death toll will be far higher.
Martin Kemp as Sam Blake
Patrick Bergin as Sir Alistair Montcrief
Bruce Payne as Prime Minister James Newmont
Dexter Fletcher as Major Jackman
April Pearson as Lexi
Philip Davis as Bill Weybridge
Nick Moran as Roy Dixon
Donna Air as Sarah
Lucy Pinder as Jenna
Anouska Mond as D.I. Hannah Siddiq
Dani Dyer as Joss Blake
Sebastian Street as Agent Dalton
Tony Denham as Gaz
Chris Brazier as D.C. Hicks
Bartley Burke as Agent Cole
Gemma Garrett as Jenna
George McCluskey as PC Flynn
Mike Firth as Passerby
The film received largely negative reviews. Matt Glasby of Total Film stated that 'Neil Jones threadbare Brit thriller short-changes all comers, particularly lead Martin Kemp, who plays a government hitman blackmailed into going rogue, and co-stars Nick Moran and Patrick Bergin, who add some undeserved class'. Allie Gemmill stated that Age of Kill is 'ultimately another poorly-acted, poorly-constructed film that will only disappoint viewers who are hungry for a good action film'.
The book of the film however was critically well-received and is available in paperback and Kindle format.