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Salma Hayek vs the Yakuza In ‘Everly’ On Home Video

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Anchor Bay Entertainment and RADiUS are proud to announce that audiences can bring home Joe Lynch’s (Knights of Badassdom) high-octane thriller, Everly on DVD and Blu-Ray beginning April 21, 2015. Academy Award nominee Salma Hayek takes no prisoners as a femme fatale unleashing the ultimate vengeance in this sexy, action-packed thriller.

Trapped in her apartment, Everly (Hayek) is forced to fend off waves of assassins sent by her former lover – a dangerous Yakuza mob boss who wants her dead after he learns she is no longer loyal to him. Desperate to be re-united with her mother and young daughter, Everly must fight to kill her attackers before they destroy her and her family.

Written by Yale Hannon, with story by Joe Lynch, Everly has a running time of 92 minutes and is rated R for strong bloody violence, torture, nudity, sexual images and language. DVD and Blu-Ray special features include Creative Feature Commentary with Director Joe Lynch, Co-Producer Brett Hedblom and Editor Evan Schiff, Technical Feature Commentary with Director Joe Lynch and Cinematographer Steve Gainer, and “Silent Night” music video by Raya Yarbrough & Bear McCreary, directed by Joe Lynch.

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