Videos

December 19, 2014
 

Kill Count: The Expendables 3

You may think that due to The Expendables 3 having a PG-13 rating that there wouldn’t be quite the same bodycount as the other 2 movies in the series; as Arnie would say “WRONG!”

I have to say that I am thoroughly impressed by the number of  bad guys who are terminated in this movie especially by Wesley Snipes and Jason Statham who are the main focus of this week’s Kill Count.

I’m always disappointed when an action movie as less than triple digits but that is most certainly not the case here.

I must give a shout out to All Outta Bubblegum for another stellar Kill Count.

 

First let’s take a look at Lee Christmas’s Kills:

Statham’s Kill Count: 106

Yeah, 106! Now we’re talking! Statham once again proves he’s the man.

Now let’s take a look at how many goons Wesley Snipes destroys.

Snipes’ Kill Count: 73

Shame on you Wesley, you’re way behind Statham but 73 is still pretty impressive.

 



About the Author

Eoin Friel
Eoin Friel
I grew up watching JCVD, Sly and Arnold destroy bad guys, blow things up and spew one-liners like it's a fashion statement. Action is everything I go to the movies for and the reason I came up with this site is to share my love for the genre with everyone.



 
The Feed
 

 

International Trailer for The Commuter

This is actually a better trailer than the first one… right up until the crappy CG finale which looks like the climax of the film too. So now we don’t need to bother watching it when it comes out. Plot: In the midst...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

Trailer for 2307: Winter’s Dream

This has been floating around for a while and I believe is even already out in some countries but a new trailer has been released for sci-fi actioner 2307: Winter’s Dream which you can check out below. SYNOPSIS: The ...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

New Trailer for Broken Sword Hero

Well Go USA will be releasing Broken Sword Hero on October 31, 2017 and they have released a new trailer for the release. Plot: Based on a real warrior from Thailand’s Ayutthaya period, Broken Sword Hero follows the hero...
by Eoin Friel