When Henry Rollins agrees to do something, he isn't one to half-ass the job. Whether it's writing his LA Weekly column, appearing in films and TV, reigniting one of the many potential incarnations of Black Flag, or "buying you dinner", Rollins is all in on whatever
undertaking comes his way.
To the delighted shock of writer/director Jason Krawczyk, Rollins undertook to star in his passion project, the action comedy, He Never Died
. In it, Rollins plays an eternity-old lug named Jack, who, suffice it to say, is lately feeling a little over life. Thus it comes as no small annoyance when the stuff life is made of comes wrapping at his door: hired goons, a daughter, a love interest in whom he has very little interest, and so forth.
Rollins may not be new to the big screen, but never have his abilities and commitment to a performance shone through quite like this excellent starring vehicle. Rollins gives everything he has to Krawczyk's hysterically kickass screenplay, and the results are fascinating. Lucky, not just for Jason, but for audiences everywhere, He Never Died delivers in countless ways.
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