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Bounty Killer review

When the hunters become the hunted

Low-budget, post-apocalyptic daftness about a near-future where greedy corporate CEOs take over the world and then ruin it. From the ashes pops a government that dispatches bounty hunters to murder corporate fat cats.

Chisel-jawed Drifter (Matthew Marsden) and lingerie-abusing Mary Death (Christian Pitre) are superstar chasers who find the tables turned when Gary Busey’s mercenary starts hunting the hunters.

Borrowing heavily from Roger Corman and Mad Max , this self-aware action-com keeps tongue firmly in cheek as blood sprays all over the desert.

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Ken McIntyre is a freelance writer who has spent years covering music and film. You'll find Ken in the pages of Total Film and here on GamesRadar, using his experience and expertise to dive into the history of cinema and review the latest films. You'll also find him writing features and columns for other Future Plc brands, such as Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazine.