The Phantom Miniseries Blu-Ray Cover!

Remember that miniseries (TV Movie) a while back? Well guess what it actually made it to Blu-ray format, come and see the cover art...

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Four hundred years ago, Kit Walker, sole survivor of a pirate raid, washed up on a remote Bangalla beach. Fashioning a costume from a pirate’s plunder, Kit became The Phantom, devoting himself to fighting crime and injustice. Generation after generation, the Walker progeny have taken on their forefather’s creed. Today, handsome young Kit, twenty-first in the family line, is living in the states with his aunt and uncle when his father is killed at the hands of the Singh Brotherhood in Bangalla. Leaving behind his childhood sweetheart, Renny Davidson, Kit says goodbye to his life as a free-spirited young American and returns to the mysterious Bangalla jungle Skull Cave of his ancestors, utters the sacred oath of generations, and inherits the mantle of his superhero father. Kit is not alone in his quest, however. He has the one man in Bangalla who knows Kit’s secret—Guran, descendent of the original tribal chief who rescued the first Kit Walker. Kit also comes upon The Chronicles, an invaluable text that recounts the adventures and secrets of previous Phantoms, reveals the legends of their hidden treasures, and possesses the wisdom of the ages. But Kit’s prime missions now are to unravel the mystery of his father’s death and return to Renny.

Starring: Ryan Carnes as Kit Walker/Chris Moore (the 22nd Phantom)

Cameron Goodman as Renny Davidson (Kit's girlfriend and paramedic)

Jean Marchand as Abel Vandermaark (Kit’s mentor and one of the Walkers’ oldest allies)

Sandrine Holt as Guran (the Phantom's close friend and advisor)

Isabella Rossellini as Dr. Bella Lithia

Ron Lea as Detective Sgt. Sean Davidson (Renny's father)

Cas Anvar as Rhatib Singh (head of the Singh Brotherhood)

Ivan Smith as Dr. Deepak Baboor (director of Bpaa Thap)

It first aired in Canada in December 2009, then half a year later in the states on SYFY. You can own it now on Blu-ray or DVD theres a link below.

LEEE777 Like I said in my review a while back, if it ever made it to series, it should dump the new twisted version of the costume and think classic.

Hollywood, don't break what isn't broke!

Oh yeah my review = THE PHANTOM MINISERIES
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