Shark Bait [AKA Jetski] (2022, dir. James Nunn)

Students on spring break are menaced by a great white when their stolen jetskis malfunction. Solid little group jeopardy thriller with horror elements, maximising its well-worn premise through decent direction and not-bad production values. Achieves all of its intentions.

Here’s the trailer.

One Shot (2021, dir. James Nunn)

A CIA black site comes under attack: a Navy SEAL team must extract a high-value asset. A sustained firefight shot 1917-style as a single take, cheerily lifting structural elements from Aliens. Bags of well-coordinated action, with star Adkins as committed as ever: an impressive job, with modest resources absolutely maximised.

Here’s the trailer

Eliminators (2016, dir. James Nunn)

An ex-agent under an assumed identity has his cover blown; now he has to rescue his child. Straightforward DTV actioner with plenty of decent fist fights and some okay gunplay; a slightly clunky script and some variable acting aside, this is fun, and works well within its limited budget.