Absolute Aggression Release Date:1996 Genre:Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller Director: Christian Ingvordsen (Bog Creatures, Fort Doom, Airboss) Writer: Matthew M. Howe (Bog Creatures, Fort Doom, Airboss) Starring: Robert Davi 1996. This movie was produced in nineteen-fucking-ninety-six and is just getting a U.S. release in February of 2004. Directed by the man who brought us not […]

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Absolute Aggression
Release Date:1996
Genre:Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Director: Christian Ingvordsen (Bog Creatures, Fort Doom, Airboss)
Writer: Matthew M. Howe (Bog Creatures, Fort Doom, Airboss)
Starring: Robert Davi

1996. This movie was produced in nineteen-fucking-ninety-six and is just getting a U.S. release in February of 2004. Directed by the man who brought us not one, not two, not three, but four Airboss movies, along with the spectacularly average Bog Creatures, Absolute Aggression has the same exact aura surrounding it that a certain film did. That film? Game Over.

No, Absolute Aggression doesn’t contain Yasmine Bleeth, or any footage designed for the Sega Saturn system. What is does have is the virtual reality element that, if you can remember how things were eight years ago, was a huge idea with endless possibilities. Ingvordsen took the idea into the year 2011, creating an over policed world where the ruthless R.D. Crowley (Robert Davi) locks criminals in a virtual reality world in order to turn a profit. Inside the world, prisoners are placed into contests, and if you die in that world, then you also expire in the real world. And, well, a bunch of nothing leads to two Good Samaritans being brought into the world and having to fight, blowup stuff, and you know, other stuff.

Absolute Aggression is a mess. Ingvordsen must love the idea of recreating historical occurrences. He brings out various lame battles, the majority of which come completely out of nowhere. This includes a knight scene that is nearly identical to the ones in Bog Creatures. After a half hour, the film lost me, and never regained my attention. Bog Creatures, while definitely a bad film, is worth a rental. Absolute Aggression, on the other hand, accurately displays why it took so long to be released. Well, that is, unless your idea of a good time is laughing at the idea of data being saved on “flopticals.”

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