The Raid: Redemption

'The Raid 2' Details Emerge: When Does It Take Place?

by Eric Walkuski January 3, 2013 @ 11:42 AM
'The Raid: Redemption' was one of the nicest surprises of 2012; a tour de force by director Gareth Evans that makes most Hollywood action films look like kid stuff. It was quickly announced that a sequel would be forthcoming to continue the adventure of SWAT team badass Rama (Iko Uwais), and today we've got some small but interesting details from the director himself regarding what we can expect.

New to DVD and Blu-ray: 'The Hunger Games,' the Ultimate Shark Week Movie and More

by James Rocchi August 13, 2012 @ 2:09 PM
New on DVD, Blu-Ray and streaming this week, it just might be the home-viewing week of the year, as classics and new favorites arrive at your doorstep with 'The Hunger Games,' 'Jaws,' 'Kill List' and 'The Raid: Redemption' all arrive ...

New DVD and Blu-ray Releases - August 2012

by Britt Hayes July 16, 2012 @ 4:00 PM
Lionsgate, Paramount, Universal
August has a wealth of titles hitting DVD and Blu-ray, from family-friendly titles like 'The Lorax' and 'The Hunger Games,' to darker, critically acclaimed adult fare like 'The Raid,' 'Kill List' and 'Headhunters.' Read on for this month's home video release dates.

The Director of 'The Raid' to Tackle 'Breaking the Bank'

by Jacob Hall May 5, 2012 @ 10:51 AM
Sony Pictures Classics
If you've seen 'The Raid,' you know how excited you should be about whatever filmmaker Gareth Evans has in the pipeline. Although his next film is probably the sequel to his instant-classic Indonesian martial arts flick, he's now attached to another, bigger project. Deadline reports that Evans is set to direct 'Breaking the Bank,' the true story of the biggest cash heist in history.

'The Raid: Redemption' Review

by Jordan Hoffman March 21, 2012 @ 1:45 PM
Sony Pictures Classics
If you are lucky, you get one “how the hell'd they do that?” moment in a film. In 'The Raid: Redemption,' incredulity is your default position. Once the movie gets kickin' (and we mean that somewhat literally) the acrobatics and athleticism on display are staggering. Not since John Woo came on the scene with 'Hard Boiled' has corridor-based action filmmaking experienced such a level-up.