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Bring Him Back Dead

USA 2022
produced by
Jeff Miller, Korey Rowe, Cuyle Carvin, Avery Miritello, Azhar Pasha (executive), Mark Savage (executive), Ronnie D. Lee (executive), George J. Merino (executive) for Millman Productions, Ron Lee Productions, Otsego Media, Salem House Films
directed by Mark Savage
starring Gary Daniels, Louis Mandylor, Daniel Baldwin, Katie Keene, Ryan M. Shaw, LeJon Woods, Zhuzha Akova, Chris Torem, Richard Waddingham, Tom Parnell, Cuyle Carvin, Bruce Ross, Chris Matteis, Monica Sharp, Rita Mae Sylvester, Tommy Espersen, David Lavallee jr, Lansana Coulibaly, Amanda Capatano, Christopher Capatano, Kelsey Sharpe, Isaiah Jones
story by Jeff Miller, screenplay by Ben Demaree, music by Glen Gabriel, stunt coordinator: David Lavallee jr, special makeup effects by Maria Matarrese, Rita Mae Sylvester

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It should have been a simple jewelry store heist, but in the heist of the robbers, Killian (Ryan M. Shaw) got itchy fingers and shot a security guard while another of the robbers, Geoff (LeJon Woods) got shot - and at the rendez-vous point with their boss Trent (Louis Mandylor) and his daughter Lisa (Katie Keene), the nerves of the group of robbers - Killian, Geoff, Alex (Gary Daniels), Zarina (Zhuzha Akova) and Hayden (Chris Torem) - are pretty raw, so much so that Trent disarms them all. And once the group's calmed down a bit, it's drinks for everybody ... only the drinks were drugged, and when Trent and company come to again, Alex, Lisa and the loot are gone. Now Lisa's Alex's hostage, but she also uses him to get away from her dad and sticks by him even when he sets her free. Of course, Trent is quick to send Killian, Zarina and Hayden after the fugitives, and they're quick to catch up. Of course, Alex has come prepared for that, and has even found an unexpected ally in Lisa - but then again his opponents are much better armed and equipped, and really not all that happy of Alex's betrayal ...

Daniel Baldwin plays Alex's potential buyer, this site's good friend (and one of the film's producers) Cuyle Carvin a detective that despite limited dialogue has quite an effect on the film's finale.


A pretty nice low budget but high octane action thriller that manages to make its seemingly straightforward story twist and turn in many ways, with plenty of double and triple crossing, especially in the third act, keeping things interesting even beyond the well-executed action scenes. And a rather cool cast playing a cast of characters that transcends the simple good-bad dichotomy but is burdened with motives of their own make this a very nice watch for sure.


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