Tag Archive for 'Sung Kang'

Bullet To The Head (Blu-ray Review)

This past winter, America witnessed a resurgence of the classic action genre from the 80s and 90s.  In January and February, mainstays Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis and Jason Stathom all had new releases within weeks of each other.  To top it off, in March Olympus Has Fallen (a “Die Hard in the White […]


The Blu-ray Format Takes A Bullet To The Head

Are you ready to experience full-throttle revenge and digital blood spray like none other, then get ready for the legendary Sylvester Stallone’s Bullet to the Head when it debuts on the Blu-ray and Digital Download formats this July from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group.  Thinking back, I think this was the very last movie I […]


Fast & Furiou6: The Search For Letty (Movie Review)

This is the year that the Fast & Furious franchise came to play.  While 2011’s wonderfully entertaining (and superior) Fast Five had the safety of an April release date to ensure its spot as a box office smash, Fast & Furiou6 (which is my preferred title for the film) arrives in theaters on Memorial Day […]


‘Bullet To The Head’ Is Another Silly 80s Throwback (Movie Review)

The early 2013 action trifecta continues with Sly Stallone’s latest offering, Bullet to the Head.  Arnold delivered some fun with The Last Stand and Bruce Willis is set to deliver some more “Yippee Ki Yays” in a couple weeks, so for now, here is a Stallone vehicle that was pushed back almost a year and […]


5 Fast 5 Furious 5 Stars (Minus 1)

Vroom!  So this isn’t supposed to happen.  The fifth installment of a movie series is not supposed to be the best one yet, with actual anticipation building up for another.  That is not what should happen, but dammit, Fast Five delivers just that.  Somehow, this film series decided to go all out and deliver a […]


Ninja Assassin (Blu-ray Review)

Are you in the market for a no holds barred, martial arts-infused, action movie?  Well, if you purchase Warner Brothers’ Ninja Assassin, then that’s exactly what you are going to get.  Make no mistake that the action sequences are zany and over-the-top, but that’s the appeal of Ninja Assassin.  Even our own reviewer, Gregg Senko […]