At long last, Charles Bronson comes to DVD. Forget the people that tell you his best movies are 'The Magnificent Seven', 'The Great Escape', or even 'Death Wish'. For me, and countless other film-literate fans, his J Lee Thompson 80's output is the best.
This box set features:
Murphy's Law: Bronson teams up with a young female hoodlum to stop a maniac, the mafia, AND corrupt cops. Guess who wins...
10 to Midnight: Bronson manages to deliver justice to a serial killer who likes 80's soft-rock.
Messenger of Death: Bronson plays a reporter who teaches a lesson to greedy child-murdering land-developers.
Kinjite, Forbidden Subjects: Charlie displays his love for everything Japanese, in this bittersweet tale of a father's love, cultural exchange, and (surprise) vigilante justice.
All in all, a classic load of Bronson-style brutality, all delivered in pristine anamorphic widescreen, with original trailers, and trendy new artwork. Don't expect realism, just expect 100% old-age action. Classic stuff!!!