Outlaw at the Bleeding Edge
of Independent Cinema
Movies featuring the latest in high tech digital effects, eye-popping CGI environments and ear-splitting surround sound, are often described as “pushing the envelope.” But they’re mega-million-dollar productions that are delivered back to the studios by the filmmakers precisely as pre-ordered. Rarely is there danger of disaster, so what envelope has been pushed?
“Envelope-shredder” might be a better designation for Brian Taylor...
Who, usually in collaboration with partner-in-mayhem Mark Neveldine, has given the world such films as Crank, Crank: High Voltage, Gamer, Pathology, and recently Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Brian Taylor has chosen his favori
Ray: The forces of Hell are just not enough to keep some warriors down and, at times, grants them unnatural powers. For evidence, look no further than these two.
Steel: Ghost Rider, the Spirit of Vengeance…
Ray: And Scorpion, the specter of the Shirai Ryu.
Ray: These two have defied death and brought their wrath upon the human world, but we're here today in order to see who would win a DEATH BATTLE.
First Appearance: "Mortal Kombat" (1992)
Real Name: Hanzo Hasashi
Continually escapes the bowels of Hell
Killed Bi-Han, the first Sub-Zero
Escaped the Soulnado
Betrayed Shao Kahn and aided the Earthrealm warriors
Defeated the Dragon King, Onaga, w/power from the Elder Gods
Ray: Hanzo Hasashi was raised in the Shirai Ryu ninja clan and was easily one of its greatest warriors. Then, the necromancer known as Quan Chi decimated his entire clan. Hanzo was killed by his soon-to-be eternal