Kill Count: Skyfall (2012)

I don’t think anyone was expecting Skyfall to be the massive worldwide hit that it was but it ended up being the biggest Bond film of all time. I liked the movie but I just didn’t love it the way everyone else did. I hated ...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: The Raid 2 (2014)

The Raid 2 is still my favourite film of the year and frankly I don’t see anything knocking it off the number one spot before December; it’s violent, has jaw-dropping fight scenes and is a very different beast from ...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

Kill Count: A Good Man (2014)

This is one of Steven Seagal’s better movies of late with him taking on Russian & Chinese gangsters mostly with a badass short sword. Plot: After an illustrious special ops career ends in disaster, Alexander (Seagal)...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: Where Eagles Dare (1968)

Where Eagles Dare is a favourite amongst dads everywhere, simply because it’s just plain awesome. It’s a movie so many of us grew up watching and as I’ve said countless times, it’s really what I was want...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

Kill Count: Olympus Has Fallen (2013)

Olympus Has Fallen is one of my favourite action movies of the past few years with Gerard Butler on ass kicking form as Mike Banning, essentially the new John McClane. He’s a disgraced Ex-Secret Service Agent forced back into...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: Extreme Prejudice (1987)

Extreme Prejudice remains one of Walter Hill’s more under-appreciated gems and remains a classic of the genre; with a cast that includes Nick Nolte, Michael Ironside, Powers Boothe, Clancy Brown and William Forsythe we...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

Kill Count: Rambo (2008)

Up until now the Kill Counts have been pretty decent with some reaching nearly 100. They are ALL puny girly men in comparison to what has to be one of the most violent (and awesome) action movies in years 2008’s Rambo. Sylves...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: Django (1966)

Plot: Django (Franco Nero) rides into a town populated by the KKK, under the lead of a racist general, and a gang of Mexican robbers, when he rides out the population is drastically reduced. If you’ve never watched the or...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

Kill Count: Desperado

Desperado is one of my all-time favourite films; Anotonio Banderas is on badass form and Salma Hayek is perfection to look at. This movie also really put director Robert Rodriguez on the map as a follow-up/remake to his début ...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: The Exterminator 2 (1984)

I love The Exterminator movies; they are pure 80’s, sleazy trash and that’s just my bag. The late, great Robert Ginty was perfectly cast as the Vietnam vet who comes back to the US and has a new kind of war to fight...
by Eoin Friel