Link: Solomon Kane
Summary: Based on the character created by pulp writer Robert E. Howard. After learning his soul is destined for hell, a mercenary vows to never again resort to violence. But when a girl is kidnapped, he’s forced to reconsider his vow, and fights not just for her freedom, but for the destiny of his own soul.
Thoughts: This was like the film Lockout for me. I can see why it got poor reviews, and yet I loved it. The story is a bit thin and clichéd in some regards, the dialog is uninspired, and yet I love it. I love the premise, I love the religious decisions the characters make, the themes of faith and redemption. I love the look and feel of the film, the dark and moody atmosphere of the world, the costumes, the supernatural monsters, even when the special effects revealed a low budget. The acting was quite good. Very good film.