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Review: FINAL SCORE, When the Clock Runs Out, Everyone Dies

Dave Bautista and Ray Stevenson star in an old-school action flick, also featuring Pierce Brosnan; Scott Mann directed.

Fantasia 2018 Review: COLD SKIN Never Quite Warms Up

A weather scientist, looking to escape his former life with twelve months of dutiful isolation to the Crown on the eve of World War I, is assigned to a small island in the South Atlantic, just inside the Antarctic circle....

ACCIDENT MAN: Martial Arts Star Scott Adkins To Star, Cast Confirmed For Jesse V. Johnson's New Comic Book Adaptation

The past few weeks have been brewing something under the radar in a modest effort to surprise action fans before several details about Jesse V. Johnson's latest film, Accident Man, were leaked online via IMDb. At this point it pretty...

Review: THE TRANSPORTER REFUELED, Still Out Of Gas

The newest model in the Transporter series is much the same as the previous versions, only with less wit and less cohesive action sequences. Not that the first three films were exactly paradigms of wit and cohesive action. Back in...

The Many Faces Of Ray Stevenson

Currently number one in US cinemas, Divergent: Insurgent shows there can still be some financial life in young-adult franchises. A look at its cast list reveals an impressive list of supporting actors, including Ray Stevenson, so let's make him the...

BIG GAME: Things Still Blow Up Good In U.S. Trailer

Hands up, all of you who cannot wait for the U.S. theatrical, digital HD and On Demand release of Jalmari Helander's action flick Big Game? Okay, okay. Put your hands down so I can count the rest of you at...

BIG GAME: Check The First Still Of RARE EXPORTS Director's Latest With Samuel L Jackson

With Finnish director Jalmari Helander (Rare Exports) nearing the end of the shoot for his second film - Big Game - word arrives today of new additions to the cast along with the first still from the film featuring Samuel...

THE BOOK OF ELI Review

The Hughes brothers don't make too many films (it's already been 9 years since From Hell), but when they immerse themselves in a project the end result is often worth pursuing. As proven by their latest film. The Book Of...