Confirming the testosterone-laced promise he showed in the earlier Drive
, the charismatically lithe Mark Decascos stars as buff man-of-the-cloth Father Luke, whose plans for a successful food drive are put on hold when a covert kill squad forces him to confront his shadowy past in this surprisingly effective bullet ballet. The needlessly complex high-tech storyline may be somewhat shaky, but this adrenalised conspiracy thriller earns its wings by virtue of a strong cast (including a villainous Jaimz Woolvett, miles away from his role as the greenhorn gunslinger in Unforgiven
), an impressively stylised lighting palette and a jaw-droppingly gonzo epilogue that cries out for--nay, demands--a sequel. Director Tibor Takacs was previously responsible for two unfairly forgotten 1980s horror gems The Gate
and I, Madman
. --Andrew Wright
Everyone has a past. But Father Luke's is different, it's back and it's about to cost him his life. Once, one of the governments most valuable and deadly agents, Father Luke has begun to redeem himself through his new life in the church. But his old organisation has found him, and even the most powerful institution in the world cant help him. Luke is running for his life and the skills he renounced are now his only salvation.