"Exit Wounds" - They should name a street or building after Detroit detective Orin Boyd (Steven Seagal). Instead, days after single-handedly throttling an army of political assassins, he's busted to white-gloved traffic cop. Someone wants Boyd out of the way, someone who should follow this advice: call for backup. Steven Seagal and DMX kick it up a notch in this searing action thriller from producer Joel Silver ("The Matrix") that has them joining forces in a battle against police corruption. Andrzej Bartkowiak ("Romeo Must Die") directs, fusing starpower (including Isaiah Washington, Jill Hennessy and Tom Arnold), firepower and road-burning horsepower into scenes that push the action tachometer into the red zone. "Hard To Kill," the second film of Seagal's career, is hard to beat, a volatile tale of a gunned-down L.A. detective Mason Storm, who awakens from a coma determined to find his would-be killers. As Storm, Seagal unleashes a fury of revenge - and combines cutting down bad guys with cuttingly funny one-liners! "Out For Justice" - Brooklyn-born and raised cop Gino Felino has seen many changes in the neighborhood. One sad one is that boyhood adversary and criminal scum Richie has turned the local streets into war zones. He's a mad dog unleashed, whom Gino's more than willing to send to an eternal obedience school. But he and his world-weary partner must catch Richie first. With Seagal's remarkable Aikido skills commanding center stage, "Out For Justice" is outasight! "On Deadly Ground" - The roughest of Alaska's oil-rig roughnecks, Forrest Taft specializes in fighting oil-well fires. Yet he faces an even more incendiary battle against renegade Aegis Oil president Michael Jennings. Aegis has put profits over environmental safety. And that puts Taft, a Native Alaskan activist and anyone else opposing the company, on its hit list. But Taft hits back, using the martial arts, survival and explosives skills he learned as a high-level CIA operative.