S. Craig Zahler’s directorial debut, “Bone Tomahawk” was the movie that “The Hateful Eight” should’ve been. His follow up, “Brawl In Cell Block 99” doesn’t disappoint, and it gives Vince Vaughn a counter-casting, career changer of a role that’s a welcome departure from all the tired comedies he’s been eating off of for years now. By the time Don Johnson shows up in the third act, the level of violence is close to reaching “Story of Ricky” proportions. The only thing missing is Sonny Chiba / “Street Fighter” style x-ray FX anytime Vaughn smashes someone’s skull. Brutal stuff. And the last thing you’d expect him to be doing. Which is one reason why it works. Zahler wrote, directed and scored the soundtrack as well, which features vocals by Butch Tavares & The O’Jays and sounds like something that would not be out of place in a Fred Williamson flick circa ‘75. Recommended.