An immortal loner with cannibalistic cravings finds his quiet life disrupted when A) he finds out he has a full-grown daughter who wants to get to know him, and B) a group of cronies keep trying to kill him for some reason. Try as he might to do his own thing and stay out of everyone’s way, his hand becomes forced when the cronies up and kidnap his daughter.
Really hard to categorize (not that that’s a bad thing), and while the story’s just fine, it’s the tip-top turn from Henry Rollins and the sharp dialogue he has to work with that makes this thing a blast. Hell of a time, hell of a main character, ended up liking this one a lot more than expected. Then again, Rollins is a badass.
It’s got an 85% on Rotten Tomatoes.