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    Brawl In Cell Block 99

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    "Vaughn plays a former boxer-turned-drug runner who lands in a prison battleground after a deal gets deadly. And he cuts an impressive figure, topped with a bald head adorned by a giant tattoo of a cross."

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    He looks like Vincent D'onofario as Kingpin.
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    I noticed that too.

    Given that this is from the guy who made Bone Tomahawk, I'll be checking this out.
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    Blu-ray release is slated for 12/26/17.

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    I enjoyed it. Violent as hell.

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    Watched this last night. Fucking great! Vaughn is a beast in this, he plays the serious part well and if you've only seen him do comedic stuff, it's interesting to see his take on more serious material (though there are definitely comedic moments in the picture). Great to see Udo Kier in a small role and Don Johnson was really good, as was Jennifer Carpenter. I loved the way that the fight scenes were shot and choreographed - when this movie hits, it hits hard. The violence is pretty strong but it stays within the realm of possibility.

    Neat sets and locations too. I know a lot of Redleaf's interiors were done on sets but those outside shots with those walls made out of huge bricks? Shot at Fort Wadsworth on Staten Island.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Wadsworth

    We went there a few years ago with my dad to check it out, it's a very cool place and well worth stopping by if you're in the area.

    At any rate, S. Craig Zahler is two for two with me right now. Looking forward to seeing Dragged Across Concrete when it's ready. Also in the extras he can be seen wearing a Manowar shirt, so we should probably be friends.
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    Planning on watching this tonight with the dregs of my Christmas Jack Daniel's.

    Has anyone seen The Incident which he scripted as I'm debating whether to check out the German Blu Ray as it's so cheap?
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    Loved it!

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