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Give up, Cain. Your order has been dissolved, your temples' sacked, your brothers burned at the stakes. You're less welcome in this world than I.
Then we'll burn in hell together.
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I heard about this movie on Dread Central a year ago, don't know why it took so long to finally get released. But whatever the reason I'm glad it came out. In a world where every action film either costs hundreds of millions of dollars or is intentionally made cheesy this film stands out.
Ray Park (Darth Maul, Snake Eyes) plays Max, a mercenary who is literally soulless. He finds himself over his head when he takes a job to exterminate a gang that turns out to be possessed by a 'legion' of demons. And ends up getting some unlikely help from a ninja assassin and an immortal Knight Templar.
If that sounds like a comic book it is because it almost literally is. The film was written, directed, and edited in a very stylish comic book way. It clips along at a fast pace without a dull moment, even when there's no action- which is not surprisingly good considering the film makers are all former stunt men- it is interesting.
The story is good, the dialog is good and the camera work looks like something out of a much bigger film.
It seems like it is set up for a sequel and I hope they're already making it.
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