First Official Trailer for Action Film 'Kill Ratio' Starring Tom Hopper

November 22, 2016
Source: YouTube

Kill Ratio Trailer

"You are witnessing history today." XLrator Media has debuted a trailer for an indie action movie titled Kill Ratio, which looks like another formulaic action flick. The plot involves an American covert operative who becomes the one man who can save an entire country when a "ruthless military leader" attempts a coup. Tom Hopper (from "Black Sails", "Merlin" and Knights of Badassdom) stars, with Lacy Moore, Amy Huberman, Nick Dunning, Conor Hegarty, Brian McGuinness and Michelle Lehane. This looks particularly cheesy, especially considering it's another action movie that takes place inside of one building. The sword fight at the end nearly made me roll my eyes. I'm not expecting much from this, but who knows.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Paul Tanter's Kill Ratio, direct from YouTube:

Kill Ratio Poster

An attack on the new President of a fledgling Eastern European democracy pits an American covert operative (Tom Hopper) against the country's ruthless military leader (Nick Dunning) determined to seize control of the government. Kill Ratio is directed by British filmmaker Paul Tanter, of films including Jack Falls, The Ice Cream Wars, The Rise & Fall of a White Collar Hooligan, The Fall of the Essex Boys, Shame the Devil, He Who Dares, The Disappearance of Lenka Wood and Essex Boys Retribution previously. The screenplay is written by Steven Palmer Peterson (of Murder on the 13th Floor, Broken Promise). XLrator Media will release Kill Ratio in theaters starting December 9th later this year. Anyone interested in this?

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Reader Feedback - 12 Comments


Why is this even on your site? This isn't up to par at all and your features seem to be lacking these days. Has something changed with how you present and what you chose to focus on?

Seth Pyrzynski on Nov 22, 2016


Slow movie-related news day I guess...

RAW_D on Nov 22, 2016


It IS a holiday week... Thanksgiving is on Thursday. Not much going on. Waiting for the big trailers to drop (Scorsese's Silence hits the web on Saturday).

Alex Billington on Nov 22, 2016


Fair point. Thanks for being honest about it =)

RAW_D on Nov 22, 2016


Well, sometimes it's fun to cringe because of trailers that are so bad it becomes amusing. This is one of them. Watching stuff like this now and then will make me appreciate others stuff more. The best part are the explosion and the gunfire. I mean, my 95 dollar software can produce much better special effects.

Nash on Nov 23, 2016


Freedom Man! Yeah not really feeling this. Looks almost home made.

Carpola on Nov 22, 2016


I don't understand how movies like this make money to be even worth being made.

Josh W on Nov 22, 2016


Everything about this screams "straight-to-video trash". Even the poster is forgettable and lame. Hard pass. SO hard...

RAW_D on Nov 22, 2016


You're wrong. Everything about this screams "straight-to-trash"

guilamu on Nov 23, 2016


Why even feature this, AB? 99% chance it will be awful and a waste of time.

DAVIDPD on Nov 22, 2016


I thought the movie had Tom Hardy. Halfway through, I'm thinking Hardy directed this? At a minute forty five, I think Tom Hardy might have a cameo. Seven seconds later, I stopped because it sunk in that Tom Hardy can't have anything to do with this film. Alex, thank you for helping me realize I'll watch anything that might have or has Tom Hardy in it.

redtie on Nov 22, 2016


If you feel for something without intelligence, go for it. This is so bad I can't even imagine the drunk state which could make me watch this ...

shiboleth on Nov 23, 2016

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