Jason Statham’s Wrath of Man might be about family—or, at least, about avenging them—but it’s certainly not for family.
I was surprised by the redemptive messages I found—along with a bunch of severed demon heads.
This film hooks into themes of a dangerous man grievously wronged and looking for some terminal retribution.
The twisted theology alone here gives families plenty of reasons to avoid being swept up in this story.
Heart-snatching, entrail-spilling, limb-hacking, body-splitting Mortal Kombat gore flows unabated.
This gruesome, unsettling horror pic mixes pagan mysticism, science, witchy ritual and torn flesh.
Bad Trip is a bad movie. Period.
The exceedingly profane language and percussive pummeling batters you as roughly as the hero pounds Russian street thugs.
An inescapably trashy movie, with no greater goal than to shock and titillate and further define the word salacious.
This movie’s title is telling: The bad guys are savage. The good guys are savage. But the most brutal, horrific, …