Most won't recognize director Isaac Florentine's name, but he's one of the better straight-to-video action directors around. He's been in the business for decades, but in recent years he's really started to shine with movies like Ninja and Undisputed sequels Last Man Standing and Redemption. If you haven't seen any of them, but you respect a good kick to the face, you should definitely check them out. Undisputed III: Redemption in particular could teach Hollywood a thing or two about how to choreograph a fight scene so it looks bone-crunchingly realistic.
Florentine's latest is Assassin's Bullet and it's actually getting a limited theatrical release on August 3 ahead of its home video premiere on August 14. It looks to be a bit of a break from the fight-heavy films above, trading martial artists like Adkins for veteran actors like Donald Sutherland and Christian Slater, and we've got a clip from the film to share. It doesn't feature any of Florentine's action, but it does help set up the plot of U.S. ambassador Sutherland recruiting ex-FBI agent Slater to track down a terrorist-killing vigilante.