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Interview: Brian Mahoney talks The Boondock Saints and Fast & Furious 7

28 April 2015 10:25 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Zachary Leeman chats with actor Brian Mahoney about The Boondock Saints and Fast & Furious 7

Brian Mahoney. Chances are you don’t recognize that name. Should you? Probably. The man is a military veteran who has gone on to star in the cult films The Boondock Saints I and II as fan favorite character Detective Duffy and he has just come off roles in two of 2015’s big hits: Furious 7 and The Boy Next Door.

He’s not an instantly recognizable artist, but this undersung actor has to be one of the most interesting cats in movies right now. Sitting down to talk with us, Mahoney chatted about his move from the military (as an Attack Helicopter pilot, no less) to acting, his relationship with Boondock Saints fans and how he manages to have such a successful, yet quiet career.

This interview barely scratches the surface so follow Brian Mahoney »

- Gary Collinson

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Kill Me Three Times Review

22 March 2015 10:01 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Despite an off-color performance by Simon Pegg as a psychopath with a smile, Kill Me Three Times wastes a perfectly good ensemble cast on a crime caper that lacks motivation, purpose and surprise. Not only that, but Kriv Stenders’ Australian thriller begs the question on everyone’s mind – there’s really another f*cking Hemsworth brother? Wait, that’s just me? Sorry, right.

The real question on everyone’s mind is how do you waste such a charmingly devilish performance by Pegg on more of the same colorful dramatics that everyone has been attempting to recreate since Pulp Fiction? Australia may be a beautiful oasis, and Stenders sure shows off those crystal-clear Aussie beaches whenever he and cinematographer Geoffrey Simpson get a chance, but you can only dazzle an audience with shimmering blue waters and clay-toned gulches for so long.

Pegg plays Charlie Wolfe, a busy hitman taking care of »

- Matt Donato

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