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MAAC Review: Violent Night

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A couple of years back, directors the Nelms brothers gave us the fantasy tinged action thriller Fatman (2020). The selling point of the film...

MAAC Review: Hunt

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While the runaway success of Netflix’s Squid Game (2021) no doubt opened up its leading man Lee Jung-jae to a wider audience. However, he...

MAAC Review: Black Panther – Wakanda Forever

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There has been an abundance of Marvel content throughout 2022 with varying degrees of success. Amongst these was the theatrical releases of Doctor Strange...

MAAC Review: Wolf Pack

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Every time there’s a new Zhang Jin/Max Zhang film I get somewhat excited. For years he has been impressing me with his extreme martial...

MAAC Review: Hansan – Rising Dragon

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Director Kim Han-min made something of a splash a good while back with his epic historical actioner The Admiral: Roaring Currents (2014). Telling the...

MAAC Review: Accident Man – Hitman’s Holiday

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Although he has appeared in Day Shift (2022) and Section 8 (2022), Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday actually marks Scott Adkins first leading role of...

MAAC Review: Operation Seawolf

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Judging by his previous films as a director, I think it's safe to say that Steven Luke is a fan of war movies. Having...

MAAC Review: Section Eight

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I first became aware of director Christian Sesma with the genre hybrid The Night Crew (2015). Whilst clearly inspired by Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk...

MAAC Review: Samaritan

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Throughout his lengthy career, superstar Sylvester Stallone has played a number of larger than life characters. As part of this he has even found...

MAAC Review: Alienoid

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After a seven year absence, director Choi Dong-hoon returns to the screen with the sci-fi blockbuster Alienoid. The first of a two part saga,...

MAAC Review: Day Shift

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After working as a stuntman, stunt coordinator and sometime actor for the last 32 years, J.J. Perry has finally made his directorial debut with...

MAAC Review: Preman – Silent Fury

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Ever since the release of The Raid (2011), it seems like Indonesia is the go to destination for hard hitting action. Of course they...

MAAC Review: Carter

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Director Jung Byung-gil made some waves amongst action aficionados some years back with cult actioner The Villainess (2017). The film worked as a perfect...

MAAC Review: Bullet Train

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Of all the Hollywood actioners to be released this year, Bullet Train was certainly my most anticipated. Not only does it have a quality...

MAAC Review: The Gray Man

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After making one of the highest grossing film in the world, the Russo Brothers would have been forgiven for just giving audiences more of...

MAAC Review: Thor – Love and Thunder

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The franchise juggernaut that is the MCU shows no sign of stopping, with its latest entry Thor: Love and Thunder proving already to be...

MAAC Review: The Man From Toronto

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Having turned recently to more dramatic fare in Fatherhood (2021) and True Story (2021), Kevin Hart is back in comedy mode for his latest,...

MAAC Review: Last Seen Alive

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Having seemingly relished his turn as the bad guy in Joe Carnahan’s Cop Shop (2021), Gerard Butler finds himself back in hero mode once...

MAAC Review: White Elephant

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After spending time back in WW2 with his Hell Hath No Fury (2021), director Jesse V. Johnson comes back into modern times with his...

MAAC Review: Ip Man – The Awakening

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Another month and another Ip Man film is upon us. Directors Li Xi Jie and Zhang Zhu Lin’s Ip Man: The Awakening (2021) finds...

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