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A Home for the Bullets (2005)

Renegade cop Axel Falcon goes on a bloodthirsty rampage after his nemesis Davro has his family killed.


S.N. Sibley


S.N. Sibley


Credited cast:
Ken Mood Ken Mood ... Axel Falcon
William Scott Johnson ... Davro (as Scott Johnson)
Connor McFadyen Connor McFadyen ... Young Axel
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mj Dixon Mj Dixon ... Jazz
Norman Felton Norman Felton ... Chief Potter
Tony Hickson Tony Hickson ... Sadistic Sam
Lloyd Kaufman ... Uncle Lloydie
Norman McFadyen Norman McFadyen ... Psychiatrist, Curtis
Chris Moad Chris Moad ... Wayne
Lee Nicholson Lee Nicholson ... Pastie Pimp
Richard George Robert Scott Richard George Robert Scott ... Scratchy, Drunk (as Richard Scott)
Cain Thomason Cain Thomason ... Partner
Richard Thorn Richard Thorn ... Random Nam Buddy
Claire Wallace Claire Wallace ... Rene Mallon Falcon




Axel Falcon is the one man force carving his way through the crime ridden underbelly of Newcastle. With his family murdered he becomes a man with nothing to lose with only one thing on his mind, revenge. Following a series of clues left for him by an unknown assassin Falcon must fight his way to the top of the criminal empire headed by Davro, the man responsible for his family's death. Written by Richard Scott

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One man, a city of crime, he's no ordinary man.


Action | Comedy

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A trash can is the perfect 'Home for the Bullets'
13 April 2006 | by Jay_MullenSee all my reviews

SIBLEY is unbelievable. One of a kind. Sibley has to be the only director who goes out of his way to add some cheese and disbelief to his films. There are moments in the film when the "actor" forgets their lines and really struggles to get the scene back, this is where you would normally on set hear "cut" and "go again" but not in this masterpiece, these moments are deliberately left in. There is some very creative editing to make it look as though some of the male characters are engaging sexually with each other, which completely detracts from the story at the time. As if all that was not bad enough, the story is lame with very weak characters and some of the worst acting there has ever been in the history of cinema. BUT... Somehow add this all together and if you fast forward through some long winded scenes you actually have an embarrassingly funny film. Definitely worth a watch if you like watching Eastenders' funny one-liners, the dramatic acting in Home and Away and the cheesiness of David Hasselhoff's 'Hooked on a Feeling' music video.

Awful… In a good way!

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