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Film Review - Bullet Head


“Bullet Head” is a fairly aggressive title, and conjures images of a brutal actioner starring a host of menacing characters. It comes as a great surprise to learn that the feature, while violent, is more about guys sharing long stories about their lives while an abused dog, one trained to fight, wanders around the setting, periodically chewing on the participants. It’s Quentin Tarantino meets “Jaws,” though writer/director Paul Solet isn’t interested in summoning a rousing genre exercise, preferring to maintain a low-key vibe, preserving the story’s idiosyncrasies. “Bullet Head” is a strange picture, and perhaps it’s ultimately unsatisfying, but Solet maintains his vision throughout, creating an iffy crime story that’s blended with the horrors of animal abuse, adding an unusual wrinkle to the routine of loquacious cretins trying to get away with stolen cash.  Read the rest at


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