Point Blank (disambiguation)

Point Blank (disambiguation)

In ballistics, point-blank refers to a close range shot.

Point Blank can also refer to:

In music:
*Point Blank (Dub Pistols album)
*Point Blank Records, a record company with releases from Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker
*"Point Blank", a song by Bruce Springsteen
*Point Blank (Nailbomb LP), released in 1994
*Point Blank (band), a band from the 1980s best known for their hit "Nicole"
*Point Blank (hip hop group), a Canadian hip-hop collective
*"Point Blank" (Bonfire album), an album by the German band Bonfire
*Point Blank (Sean Kingston album), which is to be released in 2009

In other entertainment:
*Point Blank (television show)
*Point Blank (film), a 1967 John Boorman movie starring Lee Marvin
*Point Blank (1998 film), starring Mickey Rourke, Paul Ben-Victor and Danny Trejo
*Point Blank (video game), a 1994 arcade game by Namco
*Point Blank (comics), a comic book limited series by Ed Brubaker and Colin Wilson
*Point Blank (publisher), a mystery books imprint of Wildside Press
*PointBlank (novel), a 2006 military science-fiction novel by David Sherman and Dan Cragg
*Point Blank (computer game), a First Person Shooter developed by Zepetto and published by NCsoft
*"Point Blank", the United States title for "Point Blanc", an Alex Rider-series novel by Anthony Horowitz
*Pointblank (Transformers), a character in the Transformers franchise

Other uses:
*Point Blank, Texas, a town in Texas, United States
*Pointblank Directive, an Allied war strategic policy of World War II

ee also

*Grosse Pointe Blank, a 1997 American comedy movie

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