Forever behind the rapid release schedule Marvel adhere to, Benjamin Cox continues to play catch-up with the third Thor solo film. And do you know, it's something of a pleasant surprise...
When a woman's husband and daughter are brutally murdered by a violent criminal gang, there is only one thing is she lives for...revenge. Five years after the act, she sets out to eliminate all who were responsible for her family's death and also those who stood in the way of seeking justice.
Are you looking for some movies like "Edge of Tomorrow"? You've landed on the right spot. Let's take a look at some movies that might interest you.
The fourth film by Quentin Tarantino is a violent epic made in the style of classic Asian martial-arts cinema. But does it beat such films at their own game? Benjamin Cox wipes off the gore for a closer look.
Snipes' leather-clad vampire slayer returns for a second bite. Benjamin Cox takes a look back at arguably the best of the bloody, pre-MCU trilogy.
HANDS OF STEEL - aka ATOMIC CYBORG - is a low budget "Terminator" knock-off from Italy that even shoe horns in some ultra macho arm wrestling (?) action.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Robin Hood” starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn, and more!
Thrill to these historically accurate WW II movies as they teach us real lessons of courage and leadership with gripping stories.
Bond, James Bond. The iconic agent made his debut in 1962 with the arrival of Dr No. 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of James Bond in celluloid. In order to celebrate this anniversary I've compiled here my own Fifty fascinating facts about suave British spy for your delectation.
Before DC shot themselves in the foot trying to copy Marvel's cinematic success, they had a genuine hit on their hands with arguably their greatest character. Benjamin Cox heads quickly towards a phone booth.
This is a non-spoiler review of “Rampage” starring Dwayne Johnson, Naomie Harris, Malone Akerman, and more!
It may be directed by a Welshman but this follow-up to the electrifying 'The Raid' is arguably Indonesia's greatest martial-arts film. Benjamin Cox looks at one of the bloodiest films he's ever seen.
A group of teenagers are forced to fight against a Communist invasion in their hometown. Who will get the upper hand?
A police officer comes to a special unit, led by James Silva, for assistance to be smuggled out of the country, and in return will supply Silva's team with information on a planned terrorist attack. From there, Silva and his highly trained operatives have to get the officer across town alive.
Legendary screen bad-ass Charles Bronson made lots of movies in his long career, but fans will always remember him best as vigilante Paul Kersey from the "Death Wish" film series.