8-Movie Action Pack, Vol. 4 [2 Discs] [DVD]

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From Dusk Till Dawn
In this action-horror flick from director Robert Rodriguez and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino, Tarantino stars with George Clooney as a pair of bad-to-the-bone brothers named Seth and Richie Gecko. After a string of robberies that left a river of blood in the Geckos' wake, the sadistic siblings head to Mexico to live the good life. To get over the border, they kidnap Jacob Fuller, a widowed preacher played by Harvey Keitel, and his two children, Kate (Juliette Lewis) and Scott (Ernest Liu). Once south of the border, the quintet park their RV at a rough-and-tumble trucker bar called The Titty Twister, where Seth and Richie are supposed to meet a local thug. After a couple of drinks, they realize that they're not in a typical bar, as the entire place begins to teem with vicious, blood-sucking vampires. With the odds stacked greatly against them, the Fullers and Geckos team together in hopes of defeating the creatures of the night. Makeup artist Tom Savini and blaxploitation star Fred Williamson appear as allies against the vampires, and Cheech Marin fills three different roles. ~ Matthew Tobey, Rovi

A desperate criminal with a debt to a Columbian drug lord teams with a powerful Los Angeles gang leader to rob an armored truck in a daring daytime heist. Eric is indebted to Luis. He's got seven days to settle up, or die trying. In order to raise some quick cash, Eric calls on Luis' brother K, the head of a notorious L.A. street gang. The plan: knock over an armored truck in the middle of the afternoon, when the drivers are off-guard. Should the plan succeed, Eric is off scot free; should the plan fail, a stiff prison sentence is the best possible outcome. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Men with Guns
For her second feature, Canadian director Kari Skogland (The Size of Watermelons) treads Tarantino turf with the violent visuals of this crime drama. Small-time hoods Eddie (Donal Logue) and Lucas (Gregory Sporleder) go to a rural area to collect a debt but instead get a dose of sexual humiliation from thugs they encounter there. With stoned Mamet (Callum Keith Rennie) accompanying them, they return to the farm, battle it out, and leave with a big cocaine stash, property of druglord Horace Burke (Paul Sorvino). Soon the trio is pursued by both criminals and cops. Skogland made TV commercials and music videos before her first feature. Her Men With Guns is not to be confused with John Sayles' Men With Guns, released the same month. Shown at the 1998 Rotterdam Film Festival. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi

Maximum Force
This crime thriller concerns three cops (Jason Carver, Sam J. Jones, Sherrie Rose) and their quest to stop a criminal kingpin (Richard Lynch) and the corrupt chief of police (Mickey Rooney). ~ John Bush, Rovi

Swaggering rebel Dude (David Arquette) crosses a corrupt sheriff and stumbles into a world of trouble, fights to stay on his feet as his voluptuous girlfriend (Salma Hayek) comes along for the ride. John Hawkes, Kevin McCarthy, and William Sadler co-star. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Crossing the Line
Filmmaker David Leland handled the directing chores on this British drama that stars Liam Neeson as an unemployed Scotsman whose inability to find a job threatens his family's wellbeing. Against his better judgement, Neeson is coerced into a bare-knuckle boxing match. Crossing the Line's supporting cast includes Hugh Grant, Joanne Whaley-Kilmer, Cameron Mitchell, and Billy Connolly. Adapted from a novel by William McIvanney, the film has also been released under the title The Big Man. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Last Man Standing
Joseph Merhi's crime thriller Last Man Standing tells the story of police officer Kurt Bellmore, who, after the death of his partner, becomes enmeshed in a web of corruption that leaves him unable to know whom he can trust with his life. In addition to former allies turning against him, he must contend with bad guy Snake Underwood. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi

Repo Jake
When Jake Baxter tries his hand as a repossession man he quickly learns that the repossession game is no piece of cake. His "clients" involve him with all sorts of unsavory types who don't look too kindly on a dude dropping in on them and taking their toys. ~ Phillip Erlewine, Rovi

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