Kill Count: Marked for Death (1990)

How is this film 24 years old? Where did the time go? Anyway, Marked for Death is one of the best Steven Seagal films; it was when Hollywood was going through it’s using Jamaicans as villains phase which lasted a couple o...
by Eoin Friel
 

 

 

Kill Count: Recoil (1998)

Plot: Detective Ray Morgan accidentally kills the son of a mob boss. The mob boss orders to have Morgan killed unknowing that the assassin killed Morgan’s wife and kids. Now Morgan’s out for revenge..and he’ll...
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Kill Count: Ninja: Shadow of a Tear

Ninja: Shadow of a Tear is one of the best action movies of the past few years; Adkins is on fighting form returning as Casey Bowman who is now out for revenge after his lady is murdered. The fight scenes are breathtaking and t...
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Kill Count: On Deadly Ground

I know On Deadly Ground is unintentionally funny but I’ve always had a special place in my heart for it. After all, nothing protects the environment more than killing everyone who works for an evil oil corporation led by ...
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One In The Chamber (2012) Kill Count

I really enjoyed One in the Chamber; it had Dolph Lundgren in fine form as a hitman who is actually quite likeable (but never skimps on badassery). I liked how he basically teams up with Cuba Gooding Jr.’s to bring the pain t...
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Kill Count: Commando (1985)

It’s a fact that Commando is one of Arnold’s best movies; the over the top action, the one-liners and the legendary villain Bennett. It all just works perfectly and more importantly a load of nameless goons are blow...
by Eoin Friel
 

 
 

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: Dredd (2012)

Dredd; one of the most underrated action movies of the past few years and a helluva lot of fun too. Karl Urban totally owned the role and it showed a real lack of ego that he never once removed the helmet. Sadly it didn’t exa...
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Kill Count: Special Forces (2003)

Special Forces is a bit of an underrated gem from Isaac Florentine with an early ass kicking role from Scott Adkins. Plenty of evil people are destroyed in this movie and there are some great action scenes too. if you havenR...
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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