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  Lockjaw on DVD
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  Starring hip-hop superstar DMX and a massive snake!

A voodoo curse, thought buried in the mists of time, reignites the fanged horror of the infamous Kulev Serpent - the gargantuan ‘Lockjaw’.

When his wife is killed in a devastating accident by delinquent holiday-makers, distraught Alan Cade calls upon demonic forces he can barely comprehend to exact his revenge. Once summoned, Alan realises too late that this ancient evil cannot be tamed or reasoned with. It will stop at nothing and no one will be spared.

Now the only thing that stands in its way is Army Special Ops veteran and master hunter Nick Kirabo (hip hop superstar DMX – “Cradle 2 the Grave” and “Never Die Alone”) who has been waiting for ‘Lockjaw’ to return.

DVD Release date: 10th May 2010
  Graeme Clark [13 Apr 2010 at 21:56]
     

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