Campy and fine with it, Blind Fury's American spin on the Zatoichi series isn't deep, but content in playing with action movie tropes.
Liam Neeson fights corrupt feds in the routine but capable action thriller Honest Thief that delivers competent characters.
The star-studded western serial Riders of Death Valley starts out a little slowly but finishes with a flurry of action and cowboy grit.
The dueling action stars face off some 20 years (or more) too late, and Iron Mask never settles on where it goes when they're not around.
A pedestrian action flick that mostly wastes Jean Reno and Ruby Rose, The Doorman offers little beyond remaking Die Hard.
Visibly digital lions kill people throughout Rogue, a movie trying to convince people to stop killing lions.
Knocking off better films and dismissing Hong Kong cinema's progress, Bloodfight tries to win an audience with action, but it's not enough.
Abysmal, boring, and unwatchable, Ironheart represents the worst of the video store VHS era, made by people who knew better.
Takashi Miike's stylish crack at the spaghetti western successfully mashes Quentin Tarantino-style dialogue with over-the-top action set pieces and clear Japanese influences.
Bloodstone doesn't avoid its genre tropes, but digs into them while at least attempting to break from foreign inequality.
The final film from Andy Sidaris and Malibu Bay Films, stars Shae Marks and Julie Strain steam up the screen in Return to Savage Beach.
Playmate Shae Marks and wrestler Marcus Bagwell bring new life to the campy and fun formula used by director Andy Sidaris in Day of the Warrior.