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Angel of Death


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A career assassin becomes haunted by one of her victims following a near fatal injury to her brain. Becoming a rogue assassin settling the score with her former mob employers, chaos and power struggles ensue.

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Slightly entertaining episodic fiction, supps give it a higher rate July 26 2009
By Steve Kuehl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I had not watched the original web series or read the comic so I guess that makes me a non-fan/follower. On its own this would be a standard slice and fight film but with a very agile and capable action gal. Instead they included a plethora of supplements that help give this entire package a higher rating. Actually, I had ordered this because of Doug Jones as I am one of those behind-the-scenes kind of supporters and he is another one of those guys that no one knows but has been seen by everybody (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy, Doom, etc.).

You have a standard (and completely unbelievable in the beginning) story of a hit woman turning the tables and killing all of those she worked for in the past. This change of heart stems from having a 12" blade stuck in her brain, but hey - this is entertainment not reality. The stunts are good, the film look is average to grainy throughout, and the acting painful at times. But what makes this (especially for the fans) are the special features.

Making of: 30 minutes covering all that went into the production outside of the focused features following.
Casting Zoe: 15 minutes of the thoughts and process behind having her be the one.
Writing Brubaker: 15 minutes catering to the fans of his and why he does what he does.
Behind the Stunts: 16 minutes (my favorite) about the real work horses and brains behind how they created and pulled off the stunts in this.
Zoe Screen Test: 3 minutes of her trying to act without kicking the crud out of someone.
Eve's Tips: Several 30-second Webisodes entailing how one can go about trying to kill like she can.

Overall, one thing the creators mentioned in these documentaries that I thought of the most in rating this, is that the movie is supposed to be entertaining without trying to be something above a B movie - and in that case they succeeded. Two and a half stars for the film, one and a half stars for the supplements.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Tough Thriller May 11 2010
By D. Bryan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I didn't know anything about Ms Bell before I watched this movie. While I agree with some of the critics that occaisionally her acting skills lapse, there's no doubting her abilities as an action hero, right down to the Bruce Willis style singlet. I found some of the tough fight scenes difficult to stomach, they may not be real but they "felt" damn realistic to me.
The storyline mixes up the vengeance/vendetta themes of similar movies in a clever way, and I liked the central character's response to her own feelings about the terrible things she had done. I originally gave this 3 stars, but after reflection I think it's worth 4, despite a few short comings in the lead's performance.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
The Best DTV Movie Compiled of Episodes of a Web Series You'll Ever See May 5 2010
By Mike Sehorn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Angel of Death" is, indeed, a movie collected from episodes of an action/crime show that aired exclusively online. Luckily enough, this isn't a fact that you need to dwell on while you're watching the film: unlike other 'movies' compiled from TV episodes - like The Crow - Stairway To Heaven or a number of "Walker, Texas Ranger" features - "Angel of Death" feels pretty much like a real film on its own, without intentional restraints on story progression and individual scenes. Got it? Good. Now we can focus on the other things it is - a very good solo debut for stuntwoman Zoe Bell, the real heroine behind Lucy Lawless in Xena and Uma Thurman in Kill Bill.

The story: Eve (Bell) is the archetypal assassin - deadly, efficient, and utterly remorseless - but when a job gone bad and leaves her with a knife blade in her head, a haunted conscience is forced upon her, urging her to unravel a web of organized crime and take down the figures responsible for mass pain and suffering.

If you've seen the trailer for the film, the knife-in-the-head scene undoubtedly caught your eye, and I'm happy to say that that kind of grittiness is persistent throughout the film. It's not a gore flick, but action director Ron Yuan (Black Dynamite) wrangles some remarkable moments of realistic hand-to-hand violence between Eve and her opponents. This is where Zoe Bell's expertise as a stuntwoman comes in: sure, it's great to see an actress tae kwon doing somebody in the face, but to see her thrown up against walls, flung down stairs, and slammed against the ground repeatedly - with her face in clear sight - is a rare bit of practicality that we don't get to see very often and instantly distinguishes Bell from, say, Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil. She's like an old-school Cynthia Rothrock without the wires - tough-as-nails and legitimately entertaining to watch in action - and it will be a Hollywood tragedy if she doesn't get many more prime roles like this one.

The film runs at a slim 78 minutes in length, moving at a swift pace that allows you to enjoy its strengths and glance over its weaknesses - namely, a few underdeveloped main characters (like Jake Abel from Percy Jackson & The Olympians as the head gangster and Vail Bloom of "The Young and the Restless" as his two-faced sister) and storyline tangents (e.g. Eve's romance with her employer, the black book). The movie goes for a comic book-style presentation that is neither very effective nor detracting from the overall look. The supporting cast is strong, with Brian Poth (C.S.I. Miami) doing well as Eve's employer, Doug Jones (Pan's Labyrinth) proving himself entertaining even without a ton of makeup, and Ingrid Rogers (Carlito's Way) and Lucy Lawless make promising cameos.

Despite its smooth production, "Angel of Death" still feels like a pretty small movie, albeit one with a lot of potential to build on. Chances are that it's not going to knock you down or become your new favorite movie, but it deserves recognition for being a lot more solid than a lot of what's being put onto the DTV market right now. If you like seeing kickbutt in general, pick it up for something out of the ordinary and I'll be surprised if you end up disappointed.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Pure B movie but great action/fight scenes Aug. 7 2009
By sonytoao - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
There's pretty much one reason to watch this flick and that's to see Zoe Bell in action. For those of you who don't recognize the name, Bell was the stunt double for Lucy Lawless in the Xena series and for Uma Thurman in the Kill Bill movies. She also performed stunts for Grindhouse and a slew of other movies. So when you watch the fight scenes, you know it's the real deal by a female lead who knows what she's doing. The story is quite thin but most martial arts films aren't deep anyway. The acting is quite limp and Lucy Lawless and Ted Raimi, who have cameos in homage to Bell's prior work with them, camp it up to the point you'll groan out loud.

But as the other reviewer notes, if you watch it knowing it's a "B" flick, you can turn off your brain and simply enjoy one of Hollywood's finest stuntwomen.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Angel of Death April 26 2013
By Remorseless Rob - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Zoe is as althelic as always. This is one of the most quirky and violent action films I have ever seen. If ur a fan of Zoe bell, U will be in heaven!!!


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