When I heard that Jackie Chan and John Cusack were co-starring in a movie together, my immediate response was "Huh?". When I subsequently discovered that their odd collaboration would be in a Roman Legion epic, my immediate response was "HUH!?!".
"The Objective"- from one of the guys who directed "The Blair Witch Project"- kept my attention for awhile, but I quickly realized that the story wasn't going anywhere and the suspense was being wasted, although I did laugh at some of the special effects.
"Re-cycle" is the Pang Brothers' ("The Eye", "Bangkok Dangerous") Magnum Opus, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses so definitively that I almost feel like by reviewing this, I'm reviewing everything else they've done.
At least I dodged multiple bullets fired by Adam Sandler...
What were MartialHorror's favorite films of 2015? And can his writings get any weirder?
"Absolution" isn't really an embarrassment, but only because Seagal stopped being embarrassed by any of his films a long time ago. It's still pretty bad, even if it could've been worse.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" was a lot of fun, even though I don't believe we have a classic on our hands.
MartialHorror cuts a PROMO on "NXT TakeOver: London (2015)"!
MartialHorror cuts a PROMO on WWE's "TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs (2015)".