Imagine a Diet Coke Hard Target, but worse than that, and sci-fi: hello Apex Predator.
Jake Hunter (Paul Sloan) is a father out on the loose. His daughter is missing, and he demands answers.
Opening with PTSD induced nightmares and flashbacks, the life of former Marine, Kyle Snowden (Tyrese Gibson) can be a difficult experience. However, his contemporary work in Child Protective Services gives him licence to both exist and better himself amid fixations with anger and alcohol. Kyle helps children in need, but he himself needs help.
A Canadian-produced film from 2018 that finally finds its way onto DVD thanks to the forever-amazing 101 Films, Parallel is a highly original and intriguing film that transcends from an adventurous sci-fi into a dystopian one - remarkably well too.
Just over a decade and a half after its original release, one of Van Damme’s best films from the early 2000s - Wake of Death - is in receipt of an action-packed, ultimate Special Edition Blu-ray release, courtesy of Kaleidoscope Entertainment.
Running at 71 minutes, semi-disgraced writer-director, James Toback, has managed to add new meanings to the term, “pretentious,”, with his latest (and hopefully last) film, An Imperfect Murder aka The Private Life of a Modern Woman.
A powerful and relevant film, Take Back presents a story of justice and revenge in the continuous fight against sex trafficking.
A routine, yet mildy explosive film, The Doorman presents a story of redemption as a fallen hero strives to protect her family against the criminal pursuit of thieves.
With enough twists to put Chubby Checker to shame, Michael Caissie’s Hunter’s Moon is barking full of terror, sleaze and creepiness, but not much blood and guts.
Another day, another dollar, and another direct-to-video Steven Seagal film. Beyond the Law - not to be confused with the Cynthia Rothrock film of the same name - is probably Seagal's best in the last decade or so.
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