Death Angel December: Vengance Kill available in DVD
Her family slaughtered before her eyes when she was just a young girl, police investigator December experiences a harrowing attack that awakens her appetite for revenge, and transforms her into a ruthless vigilante. December was only a child when her innocence was ripped away. Years later, she is still haunted by the memory of that fateful day when her family was butchered like animals. Then, one day, a single act of violence transforms her in ways she never thought possible. Now, when December isn't working to clean up the streets as a cop, she's staining them red with the blood of every criminal who crosses her path. But later, when December comes into possession of a weapon that answers the many mysterious questions about her dark past, she vows to track down her family's killers, and send them screaming straight to hell.
|Source:||Chemical Burn Ent.|
Having seen her mother and little brother brutally murdered, Angel December grows up to become a one-person killing crew, eliminating bad guys, using her pretty face and incredible body as her principle weapon. The production values are terrific for this sort of thing and the lead actress (Leena Kurishingal--a real find) delivers the goods. There's plenty of action, blood, gore and gunplay. As a stone-cold killer, Angel builds the body count high and fast, but all that's preliminary--eventually she works her way around to a gang led by a man by the name of "Law." He and his sadistic henchmen are the ones who killed Angel's family long ago. Angel now intends to take her time stalking, torturing and killing each one, but things aren't quite that easy. The film ends with a spectacular running gun-battle, then sword-fight--more than you would have expected. But the real star of the finale is Angel's costume, hair, makeup and personal training regimen. Throughout the slaughter she manages to stay super hot-looking (okay, I admit it--I'm in love). This isn't the most original of films, nor the most expensive, but it delivers on the action without going (way) overboard, pretending to be more than it is, or camping it up, all of which I appreciated.