Category: Reviews

Bullet Points: KAGE

The 16th century was pretty crazy in Japan. Warlords were fighting each other for nearly every single speck of dirt and the legendary and notorious ninja were fighting right alongside them every step of the way....

Bullet Points: Kid Fury

While I don’t know this for certain, I have to believe that when Jino Kang decided to get involved in the world of action entertainment, he always pictured himself as the hero of the story. All...

Bullet Points: L.A. Vice

The Canadian born Richard Pepin and Syrian born Joseph Merhi really embraced the concept of the United States of America being a land of opportunity. Perhaps that is why their company, PM Entertainment, gave so many...

Bullet Points: Security

I have made no secret of my belief that the action genre is unbelievably short on action stars at the moment. Maybe more so than in any time in the past 60 years. Each decade has...

Bullet Points: New Alcatraz

Every movie genre has its own variations. There is the pure action movie like The Delta Force, but there are also action comedies like Beverly Hills Cop and action thrillers like The Bourne Identity. Sometimes movie...

Bullet Points: The Unholy Rollers

Do you ever look back to the past longingly wishing that time never passed by because you missed something so much? There is one action movie that makes me yearn for the past more than any...

Bullet Points: Bad Frank

There have been a lot of movies with the word “Bad” in the title in recent years. Bad Santa, Bad Moms, The Bad Batch; but there haven’t been many movies where the “bad” person headbutt anyone...

Bullet Points: Mifune: The Last Samurai

Legendary actor Toshiro Mifune had a quality about him that is difficult to find these days. His gruffness and grit, his unspeakable masculinity, his ability to tell a story with just his facial expressions; he was...