Dragged Across Concrete – Review

by Tom Beasley  The oeuvre of S. Craig Zahler is defined by a number of characteristics. His films are extremely violent, from the caved-in skulls of Brawl in Cell Block 99 to that one scene towards the end of Bone Tomahawk that immediately induced a thousand yard stare in everyone who saw it. Crucially, though, Zahler’s movies also take their time. They deal in bloodshed, … Continue reading Dragged Across Concrete – Review