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Sniper: Special Ops - Steven Seagal, Rob Van Dam - Directed By Fred Olen Ray

DiDa

Super Moderator
Staff member
#22
Some people in the business (producer Chad Law, actor Chad Michael Collins) are making fun of the cover on facebook. Were did we find this cover? Are we sure this is fan made...? Because it's on the net and I have to admit it's really embarrassing.
 

JoeDirt

Active Member
#23
Some people in the business (producer Chad Law, actor Chad Michael Collins) are making fun of the cover on facebook. Were did we find this cover? Are we sure this is fan made...? Because it's on the net and I have to admit it's really embarrassing.
I'm wondering myself. It looks a little too good for a fan made. It almost looks like they just added Seagal's face onto an existing poster.

But IF that's an official one, it's obvious they're trying to make it look like it stars Seagal and Van Damme, not some wrestler named Van Dam.

I wonder if Rob Van Dam will soon get a letter from Van Damme's lawyers, now that he's starting to make movies? That was his whole gimmick as a wrestler, he somewhat resembled JCVD so they gave him a similar name to fool people thinking he might be related to him or something.

What's next, some bodybuilder will change his name to Arnold Braunschweiger? Sylvester Stallion is next? Jack Morris? Stephen Siegel?
 

JoeDirt

Active Member
#27
Looks about what you would expect. A low budget actioner shot in a single location in 2 weeks.

I'm not a big fan of war/military/sniper style action movies in general, but I'll still check it out, for Seagal (small part I'm sure) and Fred Olen Ray who I'm a fan of, I know he always makes the most of the small budgets he has to work with.
 

rastafari

Well-Known Member
#32
TBH this film I had no hopes what so ever so that trailer does not look as bad as it could have.....however going of the directors previous work and I wont hold my breath

The only 2 films im looking forward to are the Waxman films End of a Gun and Killing Salazar