We are just over half of the way through the year and it has already been a banner year for action movie fans. More than just Marvel movies audience have seen Xander Cage return to action, adventurers uncover the king-sized mysteries of Skull Island and an iconic comic book character finally get her own movie in Wonder Woman. Even more impressive is how good the direct to video market has been in 2017. DC Comics continued to expand their animated movie universe with its adaption of Justice League Dark while distribution companies like Well Go USA and Asian Crush continue to bring some of the best Asian action fare stateside. It doesn’t end there either. The criminally underrated direct-to-video mainstay Scott Adkins (Dr. Strange, Zero Dark Thirty) has continued his winning record with Boyka: Undisputed and his latest film, Savage Dog.
Set in 1959 the Southeast Asian territoriy known as Indochina contains one of the most dangerous prison in the world, Den-Dhin-Chan Labor Camp. Run by Vietnamese warlords and European war criminals perhaps the most dangerous person there is Martin Tilman (Scott Adkins). An Irish boxer he is kept behind bars to participate in fights to the death. When the leaders hurt the people he loves he is out for revenge and will achieve it by any means necessary.