Before HOSTEL, action superstar CHARLES BRONDON dealt with these terrorist-torture types that strapped people into chairs and slowly butchered them. In this classic exploitation flick, BRONSON is some kind of hitman named Holland, lulled out of peaceful retirement to go after this psycho dubbed "The Doctor", who tortures victims for governments to get information out of them. The Bad Doc kills a friend of Holland's,so...all bets are off. Holland is merciless as he follows The Doctor, wiping out his entourage one-by-one in graphic manner, including epic ball grabs (must be seen to be believed!), throat slashings, strangulations, and by bullet, of course. Finally, to bring his nemesis out, he kidnaps The Doc's hawt lezbo sister (who he spies on from underneath the bed as she gets down to carpet munching with a lady lover---nice gratuitous low angle beaver shots here, which was golden to behold on the big screen back in the day!) and draws him out. The Doc is furious and enlists a hit squad to go after Bronson (and his cohorts, which include a woman and child posing as "family" so he can look like he's on vacation). There's car chases, shootouts, Mexican standoffs, and a most satisfying of endings where the Doc gets his comeuppance in an unexpected way. Not quite as good as TEN TO MIDNIGHT, but still a sleaze epic of fun and action, THE EVIL THAT MEN DO is one of Bronson's finest movies in the Cannon era, even though it wasn't a Cannon movie. There's very few actors that are as cool as Bronson was in his twilight years, other than Clint Eastwood, and it's great that so many younger fans are enjoying his work as well. This was another spectacular team-up between Bronson and director J. Lee Thompson.