THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY Discoveries: NEMESIS [1992]
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THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY Discoveries: NEMESIS [1992]

  Albert Pyun’s Nemesis has been somewhat of a holy grail for me. I’m an active fan of the director, and had always heard this…

ELIMINATORS: A Stripped Down, Efficient, Scott Adkins Actioner
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ELIMINATORS: A Stripped Down, Efficient, Scott Adkins Actioner

Action films can often fall victim to suffering skeletal plots strung together simply to drape action sequences on top of. Good story telling can run…

TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.: William Friedkin Decontructs The Alpha Male
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TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.: William Friedkin Decontructs The Alpha Male

William Peterson’s Richard Chance is one of cinema’s most swinging dick, alpha male, douche bag protagonists of all time, and director/master William Friedkin’s To Live…

ROGUE ONE: [Wo]Men On A Mission War Film Is Great, Also Happens To Be STAR WARS
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ROGUE ONE: [Wo]Men On A Mission War Film Is Great, Also Happens To Be STAR WARS

A truly worthy entry in the “[Wo]men on a mission” subgenre of war film, Rogue One roars triumphantly into theaters as one of the very…

Discoveries From THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY: THE PERFECT WEAPON
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Discoveries From THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY: THE PERFECT WEAPON

  It’s gettin’, It’s gettin’, It’s gettin’ kind of hectic. Opening by establishing star Jeff Speakman’s blue collar masculinity after a long day’s work on…

Discoveries From THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY: CHINA O’BRIEN
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Discoveries From THE GOOD, THE TOUGH, & THE DEADLY: CHINA O’BRIEN

  If you’ve been an action fan long enough, there’s no question that you’ve heard the name Cynthia Rothrock. A star in both North America…

KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE Wins Some and Loses Some
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KICKBOXER: VENGEANCE Wins Some and Loses Some

I was always more of a Bloodsport guy than a Kickboxer guy. That isn’t to say I haven’t seen both countless times. It’s just to…

REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS Entertains Marvelously On Twilight Time Blu-ray
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REMO WILLIAMS: THE ADVENTURE BEGINS Entertains Marvelously On Twilight Time Blu-ray

The effort that Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins puts in to entertain its audience from beginning to end is something marvelous to behold. There’s a…

Arrow Heads Vol. 25: THE HILLS HAVE EYES Mostly Holds Up… Mostly
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Arrow Heads Vol. 25: THE HILLS HAVE EYES Mostly Holds Up… Mostly

  The Hills Have Eyes holds a very dear place in my heart. It (along with The Mechanic) was the very first film that arrived…

SKIPTRACE: Jackie Chan & Johnny Knoxville Bound Across China Generically
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SKIPTRACE: Jackie Chan & Johnny Knoxville Bound Across China Generically

I’m fascinated by the Chinese film industry right now. I click on every article I stumble across regarding American producers desperately seeking Chinese funding or…