Killing Season

July 16, 2013

directed by Mark Steven Johnson, 2013


When viewed as a battle of awful accents and shoddy cat and mouse intrigue, Killing Season fully succeeds. The tagline for the film reads “The purest form of war is one on one,” quite the contrary here, as the latest film from Mark Steven Johnson (Ghost Rider, Daredevil) is a dead-on-arrival slog of post-wartime revenge and redemption. Killing Season is entirely okay with resting on its pure surface levels laurels, as its intended “thriller” approach grows increasingly familiar and forgettable.

Read full review at Movie Mezzanine


One comment

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