A group of citizens in 70s New York City join together into a Nazi hunting vigilante team when they discover that hundreds of Nazis are hiding in plain sight in America in next year’s Jordan Peele produced Amazon series, Hunters.
The Nun not only crushed every other entry in The Conjuring franchise as far as opening weekends, it also had the second highest September and R rated horror opening of all time, behind IT Chapter One.
Initially using one of the annual Purges to try and get revenge for his son, Leo Barnes defends a group of innocent people trapped outside and eventually becomes the head of security for anti-Purge presidential candidate Charlie Roan.
Bruce Willis steps into the shoes of Charles Bronson for the long delayed remake of Death Wish, as Dr. Paul Kersey takes the law into his own hands on the streets of Chicago after his family is violently attacked in their home.
Bruce Willis takes up the vigilante role made famous by Charles Bronson for Eli Roth’s reboot of Death Wish that seems to be completely missing the point of, at least the first, Death Wish.
Seagal is essentially a doughier Punisher in Code of Honor, where’s he a former special ops colonel who takes the law into his own hands when his family is gunned down during a drive by shooting.
The Punisher arrives in Hell’s Kitchen to wipe out the criminals who killed his family and faces off against Daredevil, who does not share his penchant for killing.
A group of immigrants trying to cross into the US are hunted by a vicious vigilante (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) in next year’s thriller Desierto, directed by Jonas Cuaron, son of Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron.
Funded entirely by themselves, husband and wife team Guy and Dana Patton deliver an homage to movies like Death Wish with the vigilante movie, Pearl.
When his family and friends are violently attacked, architect and war vet Paul Kersey takes matters into his own hands and wages a one man war on crime.