n honor of the newly released action romp Punisher: War Zone, the latest in the line of Punisher movies, we went out into the depths of the internet to find some old school badassery, courtesy of Dolph Lundgren.
Kevin and Neil drive a Cadillac through the War Zone and take some shots at David Frost and Richard Nixon. They continue with their proselytizing for the cause of Fatguyenatics and the Church of Fatguyentology, in which they canonize their first patron saint.
If it’s blood you want, it is blood you’re gonna get. For all its faults — and there are quite a few — Lexi Alexander’s Punisher: War Zone does certainly live up to its name. Or at least, the second part of its name.
Before she was doing her best to drive up Frank Castle’s body count in Punisher: War Zone, director Lexi Alexander was busy getting nominated for Oscars and filming street fights in the U.K. Bet you didn’t know that…
I have been learning a lot about director Lexi Alexander this week. And no, I did not just realize that she is (a) very attractive and (b) a former kick boxing champion. I did, however, learn that she’s very interested in directing Jonah Hex.
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