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Out For A Kill - The Making Of

#21
GlimmerMan said:
Er, okay... :rolleyes:

Yudansha - I too was amused at the "Look how big he is" bit! Hahaha! I thought exactly the same as you! Oblowitz is very obviously a cock and seems to think that making a movie with Seagal will propel him to superstardom. Wake up and smell the stale cuban cigar smoke, you ******* ugly little freak! I can't stand people who wear their sunglasses indoors! Hahahaha!

I thought the introduction of the cast and crew was amusing - it was almost as if the makers of the making of were taking the piss out of the movie! The part where the Director of Photography was signing autographs like he was some kind of superstar was amusing also!

As I wrote in an earlier post - I think that this would have been a great addition to the disc, as I expect more from a DVD than a couple of trailers for third rate movies and an 'interactive menu'. Like - what the ****'s that all about anyway? One thing that really pisses me off about B movies that go straight to DVD is that they all seem to have a trailer for the actual movie included as an 'extra' on the disc. Huh? I've just bought the ******* movie for £20, so why the **** would I want to watch a trailer of a movie when I can watch the movie itself? So, it begs the question - why was it not included on the disc? Definitely worth a watch though, and it has made me want to re-watch Out For A Kill itself, and maybe I'll think of it more kindly after seeing this documentary.
GlimmerMan

That's exactly how I felt Glimmer! Actually when I come to think of it, Out For Kill wasn't that bad of a movie, I think that is his second best DTV. I think that has the most action and fight scenes out of all his DTV releases so far.
 

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#22
Littledragon said:
That's exactly how I felt Glimmer! Actually when I come to think of it, Out For Kill wasn't that bad of a movie, I think that is his second best DTV. I think that has the most action and fight scenes out of all his DTV releases so far.
Maybe you'll feel this way in the future after watching a "making of" for Submerged, eh? ;) :D LOL :D
 
#24
Hahaha... Littledragon - I might even waste my morning watching Out For A Kill before going into work and practising some kung fu moves on any shoplifters unfortunate enough to get tough with me.