1 - The Filmmaker Neil Breen, The Light of This World
1. Double Down (2005) 4.5
2. I Am Here....Now (2009) 4.9
3. Fateful Findings (2013) 4.7
4. Pass Thru (2016) 5.4
More about Kelly in the Run the Directors Challenge thread
5. Hell at My Heels (2011) 1.1 - also first to check
"Western" starting out with 2 guys chained together, one of them an ex-sheriff, who have to survive the desert heat and get revenge on the guy (the new sheriff) who put them in this position. This is where you notice immediately that Kelly has no ability, or no desire to film action - gunfights are always a guy with a gun in close-up, then another guy with a gun, then one of them falling down, never in the same shot. Again, no blood or FX of any kind, except for what look to be digitally enhanced muzzle flashes. The long, almost endless confrontation scene at the end really looks like it was shot on somebody's back lawn - in fact throughout the film all the grass is nicely mowed, like it always was in the Old West.
6. Rise of the Black Bat (2012) 1.2
Kelly is credited as "Scott Patrick" here and on some of his other "work", don't know why, don't care. This is an amalgam of the Daredevil and Batman characters, with a very tall and somewhat out-of-shape actor in a really terrible-looking black vinyl suit going around shooting criminals; it's all flashback as we learn how he was a district attorney (like Daredevil) who got blinded (like Daredevil) at the order of an evil mob boss, then went to some mystics in the Orient or somewhere (there are a few short scenes describing this, with 1 or 2 Asian-looking people among the dozen or so actors playing scientists or doctors) and got his sight back - but it's special night-vision dontcha know. Um, that's all I want to bother with.
7. Jesse James: Lawman (2015) 1.9
Kevin Sorbo I guess got tired of all those Christian films and decided to take a break, but now he's unhireable except by hacks like Kelly, so he's here narrating his story as an 81-year-old (but with no attempt made whatsoever to make the 57-year-old Sorbo look older at all) reflecting back on when he was young Jesse James, and working briefly for the law to deal with some villains terrorizing a town (which we never see - the terrorizing that is - we see one saloon in the town with maybe 3-4 people in it). Peter Fonda is also on hand as the mayor and it looks like his scenes were shot completely separately, he has no interaction with the actor playing the sheriff he's talking to. Lawrence Evenchick and Andrew Galligan who play the sheriff and younger Jesse James (I'm actually surprised it wasn't Sorbo playing both 30-something and 80-something James with no makeup at all; that would have been amusing to say the least) are actually not terrible - and they are Kelly regulars - certainly better than most of the rest of the casts of these three films, and Sorbo and Fonda are better even obviously slumming and not caring than everybody else, so this is the "best" of the films by default.