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...
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Kill Count: Enemies Closer (2013)

Plot: After a major shipment of drugs goes missing on the US-Canadian border, forest ranger and former Navy SEAL Henry is plunged into survival mode when the drug cartel forces him to help retrieve the downed package. Trapped i...
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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)...
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Kill Count: Cobra (1986)

I’ve said a million times before that Cobra is the one Stallone movie I always wanted to see a sequel to; Marion Cobretti was a great character and arguably has Sly at his bad ass best. It also has a sense of humour with ...
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Kill Count: Shoot ‘Em Up (2007)

Shoot ‘Em Up is an underrated actioner with Clive Owen essentially playing Bugs Bunny… while killing people in imaginative ways. He spews one-liners like it’s the 80’s again and you’ve also got Pau...
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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: The Death Wish Series

Paul Kersey (Charles Bronson) isn’t just a man, he’s a killing machine; he doesn’t say much but actions speak far louder than words. He starts off as a “bleeding heart liberal” who is against viole...
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Kill Count: Missing in Action Trilogy

I love the Missing in Action Trilogy; it’s arguably the best work of Chuck Norris’s movie career and all three have plenty of baddies getting taken out in a violent fashion. In case you don’t know the story, Colonel ...
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Kill Count: 300 (2006)

300 really proved that Gerard Butler could be an outstanding action star when he’s given the right material; he’s so much better than a lot of the crappy rom coms he’s done. The body-count in this movie is ver...
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Which JCVD Movie Has the Highest Kill Count?

These are the important questions that keep me at night, kids. The Muscles from Brussels has slain his fair share of goons over the years and the awesome folks over at All Outta Bubble Gum have a list with ALL of Jean-Claude Va...
by Eoin Friel