Anchor Bay Home Entertainment will release The Package on Blu-ray and DVD February 19, the studio's action-thriller that reunites The Expendables stars Steve Austin and Dolph Lundgren. Steve Austin stars as Tommy Wick, a Seattle nightclub bouncer who is instructed to deliver a secret package to a crime boss known as The German (Dolph Lundgren). When a number of underground criminal elements surface to get their hands on the package, Tommy must find a way to survive and get this package to its rightful owner. We have a contest lined up where fans can take home the Blu-ray. What are you waiting for? Take a look at how you can win below.
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Unrelenting action is the order of the day when superstars Steve Austin (The Expendables, Maximum Conviction) and Dolph Lundgren (The Expendables 2, One in the Chamber) burn up the screen in Anchor Bay Films' bone-crunching action epic The Package, coming to Blu-ray™/DVD Combo Pack and DVD February 19th.
Directed by Jesse V. Johnson and written by Derek Kolstad, The Package features Austin as Tommy Wick, a nightclub bouncer and enforcer for Seattle crime boss Big Doug (Eric Keenleyside, Dreamcatcher, Firewall Big Doug instructs Tommy to hand-deliver a secret package to the mysterious international crime lord "The German," (Lundgren), he does so with the hopes that Big Doug will forgive the debt Tommy's brother Eddie (Lochlyn Munro, White Chicks, Freddy vs. Jason) owes.
Word of the clandestine delivery spreads and soon "the package" - and those who carry it - becomes the target of rival gang leader Anthony (Michael Daingerfield, The Messengers). Anthony will stop at nothing to ensure its capture. Facing incredible odds, Tommy races against the ticking clock - and a small army of hit men, mercenaries, assassins and sadists -- to complete delivery. But does The German have other ideas about what to do with the package?