When the Stanton brothers decide to rob Teesside construction magnate, drug dealer, and all-round scumbag, Terry Albright, they think it’s going to be easy. Get in, get out, break a few bones, and make a tidy profit.
But when the money isn’t where it’s supposed to be, they find themselves holed-up in a high-rise flat, trying to break into the bedroom of a fat Eminem wannabe. And when Albright raises the stakes by bringing in a family of psychotic bone breakers to deal with the mess, the brothers find out that this job isn’t going to be easy at all.
The Stantons come to realise that if they want to get out of the flat alive they will need to play dirty – very dirty. And the only way to do that is by getting bloody – very bloody.
Bone Breakers is a crime thriller with the emphasis on thrills. It screams along at a furious pace, mixing fast action, ultra-violence, black comedy, and the Stanton brothers at their bickering, foul-mouthed best.