Sniper: Special Ops

Synopsis: A Special Ops Military Force, led by Sergeant Vic Mosby (Tim Abell) with an expert sniper Sergeant Jake Chandler (Steven Seagal) as "Over Watch" during a special mission are sent to a remote Afghan village to extract an American Congressman being held by the Taliban. The rescue mission is a success, but Jake, separated after a firefight with the enemy, stays behind to help an injured soldier. Sergeant Vic Mosby desperately tries to convince Lieutenant Colonel Jackson (Dale Dye) to let him go back and save the soldiers, but is ordered on a mission to retrieve a truckload of munitions which could be vital for the military base. In direct violation of orders, Vic and his Special Ops Team decide to head back to the village to rescue the stranded soldiers. Outnumbered and out gunned, Vic and his men engage in a massive shootout against the enemy, while Jake uses his expert skills to help save them all from certain death.
Genre: Action, Drama, War
Director(s): Fred Olen Ray
Production: Hybrid, LLC
84 min

...turmoil since

the Arab uprisings of 2011...

As armored military vehicles

took to the streets of Kabul

in an effort to calm...

Even though the Middle East

is fractured by...

Burning U.S. flags continues

as unrest in Afghanistan...

And the other part is

under full Israeli control.


this is Apache Renegade,

nearing extraction point 3.0.

How copy?

Apache Renegade,

this is Beeline. All copy.

Beeline, Team Dogbite

is on the ground.

Repeat, Team Dogbite is on

the ground, outside Matubahk.

Returning to outpost Renegade.

Copy that, Apache.

Good luck.



Not now.

Roger that.

I'll be damned.

You see that?



Not now.

Now. All clear.


This was Johnny Longbow's.

A rabbit's foot?

Can't hurt.

No, thanks.

I'm trying to quit.

We're at Zulu, up high.

You got a visual?

Roger. Moving to Bravo.


Overwatch, confirm clear.

We're ready to check Bravo.

We're good here.

Bravo is clear bottom.

Heading topside.

Overwatch, Two is at Charlie.

Anything in my area?

That's a negative.

Quiet as a mouse.

Hey, Vic.

Yeah, Jake.

I've been thinking about

that 50 bucks I owe you.

Hey, don't even.

And it's 60 bucks.

How about if we

knock off five dollars

for every time

I save your ass today?

Tell you what.

How 'bout we double-down

if I get your butt

out of here in one piece?

No deal.

Where does an entire personal

security detail disappear to?

That's the same thing

I was thinking, man.

I really don't know.

Your guess is as good as mine.

Just keep your eyes open,

head on a swivel.

Copy all.

Two holding at Charlie.

Bravo is clear

above and below.

We got a butt-load

of mix-caliber brass,

some blood trails,

nothing else.

- All right?

- Yeah.

They're done.

No package.

Beeline, Beeline,

this is Dogbite.

How copy? Over.

Dogbite, Beeline.

Solid copy. Send it.

Beeline, Beeline,

Dogbite is at Delta.

I say again,

Dogbite is at Delta.

We have the personal

security detail all down hard.

No joy on the package.

I say again,

no joy on the package.

Last chance is Echo.

Oscar Mike there now.

How copy?

Dogbite, copy all.

Standing by.



Doc, eyes.

Hey, you think they're

waiting for us inside?

No. They're gonna hit us

on the way out.





- Positive ID?

- Yep, that's the congressman.

Help me cut him down.

Cut him.

Got it.

Bring him down.

I got him.

Yep, he's mine.




All right, they got him

narc'd with something.

I'm gonna hit him with some

Narcan to bring him out of it,

then we gotta get

out of here ASAP.

Beeline, Beeline, be advised,

we have the package.

I say again,

we have the package.

Sir, sir, sir, stay calm.

Look at me, look at me.

- No!

- Hey, look at me, okay?

We're here to help you, okay?

Beat up, but still breathing.

We will be moving to

Foxtrot 3 for exfil.

Seven pax.

And we need a doc on the bird.

How copy? Over.

Dogbite, Beeline. Copy all.

No birds available

at this time.

Exfil will be ground.

Meet the vics at Foxtrot 3.

They are rolling now.

Beeline, that is

a piss-poor option.

I say again,

piss-poor option.

We have a priority package.

Can we get a bird?

Negative, Dogbite.

No air authorized on this one.

ETA on the vics is five mikes,

call sign "Rattler. "

Copy, Beeline.

We'll talk about this later.

Break, break.

Overwatch, Overwatch.

Be advised we are Oscar Mike

to Foxtrot 3 for ground exfil.

I say again, ground exfil.

Cover our move

and join the party

once you have eyes

on the incoming vic.

How copy? Over.

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Fred Olen Ray

Fred Olen Ray (born September 10, 1954) is an American film director, producer, screenwriter, actor, and cinematographer. He is the producer, director, and screenwriter of low to medium-budget feature films in many genres, including horror, science fiction, action/adventure, softcore sex films and crime dramas. He has also produced a few feature films for a family audience. Many of his early productions appeared at drive-in theaters and inner-city grindhouses, when those outlets for low-budget films were still significant. Some of Ray's productions have received theatrical releases. Most of his current output, however, is released directly to DVD or appears on cable television channels such as Showtime, Cinemax, and HBO. Ray has directed over a hundred films and is still going strong. Ray is the head of Retromedia, which releases DVDs of both his own productions and archival films. He has also worked for other well-known independent studios and on a few occasions for major Hollywood studios. He is also cited as an inspiration for many independent film-makers. He loaned a 16 mm camera to Quentin Tarantino so he could make My Best Friend's Birthday.Aside from the film industry, Fred Olen Ray is also a professional wrestler. His wrestling name is Fabulous Freddie Valentine. more…

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