‘Trigger Point’ Review- It Gets Called An Action Film

‘Trigger Point‘ is an action thriller directed by Brad Turner and written by Michael Vickerman. It was distributed by Screen Media Films. Former “Agency” hitman Nicolas Shaw (Barry Pepper) is in hiding after his last mission gave him amnesia about what it is was about, knowing only that the consequences were the death of several…

Movie Review- Scorched Earth

‘Scorched Earth‘ is a 2018 dystopian Western action film directed by Peter Howitt and made by the production company Lighthouse Pictures. In the future, a calamity called the Cloud Fall has led to Earth’s atmosphere becoming toxic and caused society to collapse with humanity living similarly to the days of the Old West. The surviving…

Top 10 Wolverine Costumes

Wolverine has become of the most iconic members of the X-Men, the Avengers, and Alpha Flight (for some reason). Throughout the years of his fighting the bad guys and taking names, he has worn all kinds of interesting outfits. Each one has become legendary to fans of Marvel Comics along with nerds and geeks across…

‘Gunpowder Milkshake’ Review- A Blatant Ripoff

Navot Papushado directs ‘Gunpowder Milkshake,’ a Netflix action-thriller from The Picture Company and distributed internationally by Studio Canal. Sam (Karen Gillan) is a member of the Sisterhood of Assassins who works for The Firm. She is estranged from her mother and fellow assassin Scarlet (Lena Headey), who abandoned Sam when she was twelve. Sam is…

‘Bartkowiak’ Review- Melodrama With Fight Gloves

Daniel Markowicz directs ‘Bartkowiak,’ a Polish action film written by Daniel Bernardi and Monika Slawecka. It was made by the production company Lightcraft. Tomasz Bartkowiak (Józef Pawlowski) is a disgraced MMA fighter who is struggling with guilt after the death of another fighter in the ring. He works part-time as a bouncer and his brother…

‘The Tomorrow War’ Review- Chris Pratt Packs A Punch

‘The Tomorrow War‘ is a science fiction film directed by Chris McKay in his live-action directorial debut. Chris Pratt serves as an executive producer and was made by Paramount Pictures before being released by Amazon Studios. Dan Forester (Chris Pratt) is a Green Beret veteran and a biology teacher living in 2022 with his wife…

Retro Film Review- The Mechanic

‘The Mechanic‘ is a 1972 action thriller directed by Michael Winner and written by Lewis John Carlino. It was produced by Robert Chartoff and Irwin Winkler. It was released through United Artists. Arthur Bishop (Charles Bronson) is a “mechanic,” a hitman who works for the Mafia and pays a call girl (Jill Ireland) to pretend…

‘Boss Level’ Review- So… another time loop film

‘Boss Level‘ is a science fiction action film directed by Joe Carnahan, who also co-wrote it and co-produced it along with Frank Grillo and a handful of others. It was released by Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures and streamed exclusively through Hulu. Retired Delta Force soldier Roy Pulver (Frank Grillo) has a problem. He keeps waking…

‘Below Zero’ Review- No Visibility

‘Below Zero‘ is a Spanish action thriller film directed by Lluís Quílez who also co-wrote it. The feature is known as ‘Bajocero‘ in Spain and was produced by Morena Films. It had its premiere in the United States on Netflix. Martin (Javier Gutiérrez) is a rookie police officer with a wife and kid. His first…

Movie Review Flashback- No Way Back (1995)

‘No Way Back‘ is an action thriller from 1995 directed by Frank A. Cappello. It was made by Overseas Filmgroup, originally premiering in Japan through Columbia Pictures. It would later be shown in the United States in 1996. LA-based FBI Agent Zack Grant (Russell Crowe) is shocked when rookie undercover agent Seiko Kobayashi (Kelly Hu)…

‘Hard Kill’ Review- B-Movie and Bruce Willis

‘Hard Kill‘ is an action flick directed by Matt Eskandari, based on a screenplay by Chris LaMont and Joe Russo. It was filmed in Cincinnati and released through Vertical Entertainment. Soldier-turned-mercenary Derek Miller (Jesse Metcalfe) is approached by his military friend Nicholas Fox (Texas Battle) to do security for a high tech millionaire named Donovan…

‘Beckman’ Review- A Stunted B-Movie

‘Beckman‘ is directed by Gabriel Sabloff and released through PureFlix and Quality Flix. This action-thriller is a departure from their usual genre of faith-based films, dramas, and kids cartoons. The hitman Aaron Beckman (David A.R. White) is taken in by the dying preacher Philip (Jeff Fahey) after a hit goes wrong. Beckman, seeking solace, becomes…

‘Project Power’ Review- Pills And Power

Written by Mattson Tomlin, ‘Project Power‘ is an action thriller directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman. It was made by Screen Arcade and Screen Arcade, being distributed through Netflix. In New Orleans, a new drug called Powers begins to hit the streets. One hit and it gives you superpowers for five minutes or it…

‘The Gentlemen’ Review- A Slick Gangster Comedy

Guy Ritchie produces, writes, and directs ‘The Gentlemen,’ a British action-comedy that premiered at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema and was one of the few films to make it to theaters in 2020. It was made by Miramax and released in the United States through STXfilms. American gangster Michael ‘Mickey’ Pearson (Matthew McConaughey) angers British tabloid…

‘Lost Bullet’ Review- A French Racing Thriller

‘Lost Bullet‘ is a French action thriller that was released under the title ‘Balle perdue.’ It is co-written and directed by Guillaume Pierret. It was produced by Versus Production, Nolita TV, and Inoxy Films, though it received wide release through Netflix. Lino (Alban Lenoir) is a convict who was busted for illegal street racing until…

‘BNA’ Season 1 Review

From Japanese animation company Studio Trigger comes BNA also known as BNA: Brand New Animal. The anime was dubbed by Spliced Bread Productions Inc. and released internationally on Netflix. In an alternate 21st Century, humans live with the Beastmen, creatures that can morph from humans into bestial forms of all kinds. These creatures live separately…