Full Free Movie - Action - "Kush" - Free Wednesday Action Movie

Maverick Movies · 726.356 views · 1.29.54 min · 26 Apr 2017
A group of young drug dealers make the biggest mistake of their lives when they front a 10-pack of Kush to a risky crack-head. Burned out of thirty thousand dollars they take matters into their own hands and scheme to kidnap the crack-head's teenage brother. But their perfect drug dealing, money making life quickly falls apart and relationships, even those bound by time and family, are quickly destroyed.

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About Our Company: Maverick Entertainment Group, (MEG), established in 1997, is a leading digital and DVD distributor founded by Doug Schwab. Privately held and based in South Florida, Maverick has a solid reputation for consistently releasing niche genres that major studios overlook. As MEG enters into its’ 18th year, it maintains a library of over 900 films, specifically catering to the urban audience in action, comedy, drama, horror, thriller and Latino genres. Maverick’s direct relationships with Amazon, DirecTV, INDemand, Family Video, Netflix, Redbox, Walmart and its’ highly popular YouTube channel succeeding to bring independent filmmakers into the digital and traditional marketplace.