I work for Severin Films. Not every good movie has been seen, but not every unseen movie is good. There's really only one way to find out.
Great stunts mixed into a not-so-great story. It very much felt like a bad movie you'd see on RED LETTER MEDIA, one where the stars have absolutely no charisma but since they do their own stunts -- they're in the flick... only shot on better cameras.
It felt like a really fun film to make but became a really mediocre film to watch. The 1970s version of ACTION POINT.
This movie was a complete blind buy, I bought it during a sale because it was 6 bucks.
I held off on watching it because I was afraid it was going to be about racism in the south, just based on the tagline and the confederate flag on his sleeve. Glad to say it wasn't like that.
This movie was a wild trip, because it starts out as one movie and in the last act becomes something even more wild.…
M. Night is our modern day Ed Wood. I mean this as a compliment because you either with him or against him, and I'm with him!
His movies are so clearly his vision from start to finish, the specifically awful performances from fairly great actors, the choices he makes with the camera, even the way he shoves himself into a role so significant you have to wonder who cancelled last minute... I can't imagine anyone else making these beautiful hunks…