The Hughes Brothers don't exactly have a lot of films under their belt -- in fact, it's been nine years since the release of their fourth feature film, From Hell, and while that film got mixed reviews, you have to admit that it looked good, if a little grisly. Ditto Book of Eli, which is visually stunning in some places, as the Hugheses capture and artificially create the bleak landscape of a post-nuclear America. And they certainly don't shy away from violence, as arrows pierce people's necks and knives sever appendages with regularity. Hell, they kill a cat in the opening scene. If that sort of thing gets you upset -- more upset than humans getting killed, which also happens a lot -- then you may want to pass on this movie, but you'll miss out on pretty good action flick, with some great cinematography and some decent performances, too.