I have contributed to his site a couple of times, and he always links back to my blog if he has reviewed a film I've already done. He even made Full Moon Reviews the Link of the Week on BBR, which I'll always appreciate. Nolahn also hosts The Lair of the Unwanted podcast with Invasion of the B-Movies blogger, Jason Soto. I'll be a guest in late October, as we three will discuss MONSTER BRAWL - a horror themed wrestling movie. That should be fun. Nolahn is a great guy and you all should check out the Bargain Bin Review.
Nolahn has written about several sequels, which he gave me an option to choose from. Since I haven't spotlighted enough action sequels this month, I decided to go with 1995's UNDER SIEGE 2: DARK TERRITORY starring Steven Seagal and a young Katherine Heigl. How could I pass up sharing thoughts on that film? Nolahn pretty much loves this one, and I remember digging it as well [although it has been years since I've watched it]. Check out Nolahn's thoughts on UNDER SIEGE 2: DARK TERRITORY. And thanks, Nolahn, for helping out! Talk to you in October!
They say that, when you boil it all down, movie plots only tell one of six stories. So you have to understand the wholesale excitement in Hollywood when a brand new seventh plot was discovered in the modern day classic, Die Hard. Those of you alive during those heady days may recall a rash of films that were described as "Die Hard on a plane" or "Die Hard in an IHOP."
No one was immune to the lure of this seventh plot. And thus, Die Hard on a Boat with Steven Seagal, or Under Siege, was born. The success of that film led to Die Hard on a Train with Steven Seagal, or Under Siege 2: Dark Territory. Was that film any good? Let's find out...