Angel of Death
People die... Get over it.
In the tradition of Grindhouse, Kill Bill and Sin City, award-winning comic book writer Ed Brubaker (Incognito, The Death of Captain America, Daredevil) teams up with stuntwoman-turned-cult star Zoe Bell (Death Proof, TV's "Lost") to deliver a stark, stylish pulp thriller about a very bad girl gone "good."
Angel of Death isn’t a great film, not even by the unpretentious standards of action movies. I’m reasonably sure that in a month’s time, it will have worked its way out of my memory. But for a fun, thoughtless way to kill an hour it’s pretty good. It owes more than a little to Quentin Tarantino’s work, and I think most people who are fans of Tarantino’s films will enjoy this as well. Just don’t go in expecting anything special. Read full review.
cool performance by zoe bell
Wait she's a women, that would explain why they called it angel.
Comic writer Ed Brubaker and actress/stuntwoman Zoe Bell team up for an enjoyably OTT tale of revenge and redemption. Makes up for its lack of budget with a tongue-in-cheek style and excessive violence. Great fun.
Full review on Episode #44 of the podcast
While not for all tastes, this movie had a lot of action and a brisk narrative that kept me guessing. Zoe Bell is a magnetic presence.
Weak characters, a bland plot, & ok action. Good for a web series. Not so good for a movie.