Savage Dawn (Simon Nuchtern, 1985)

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  A motorcycle gang takes over a small desert town until they piss off the wrong man! Lance Henriksen kills someone with a snake!       Let me set the scene here, folks. William Forsythe – “Pig Iron” the … Continued

Recap! Rewind! Redux! – May 2015

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Short Cuts (Robert Altman; 1993) Watching this as a teenager I was so impressed with the concept – how we’re all connected and the most seemingly insignificant details of your day bind you to an extensive social spider-web that links … Continued

Lust For Freedom (Eric Louzil, 1987)

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After a drug bust goes bad, an undercover female cop gets framed and imprisoned by a corrupt sheriff. On the inside she is forced to endure all manner of abuse and degradation, but nothing can deter her lust for freedom! … Continued

Ricco (aka The Cauldron of Death, The Dirty Mob, Mean Machine) (Tulio Demicheli, 1973)

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A young man fresh out of prison discovers that his Mafioso father has been murdered. Embarking on a journey to discover who is behind the slaying, he finds himself entangled in a web of betrayal and violence. Talk about misleading … Continued

Killing American Style (Amir Shervan, 1990)

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Robert Z’Dar stars (that’s really all we need to say here) as the leader of the most idiotic gang of thugs to ever rob a payroll, plan a prison-bus breakout and take a family hostage. You can actually taste the … Continued

Contraband (aka Luca Il Contrabbandiere) (Lucio Fulci, 1980)

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Cigarette smugglers get fucked up when a rival crime boss starts pushing drugs on their turf. The film centers on one of the mafia Capos, Luca (Fabio Testi; What Have You Done to Solange?, Four of the Apocalypse), who has … Continued

Out For Justice (John Flynn, 1991)

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Steven Seagal stars as Det. Gino Felino, a bad-ass cop who knows all about life on both sides of the law. After the in-cold-blood murder of his partner he goes on a manhunt to track down the crack-head pseudo-mafioso responsible. … Continued

Stone Cold (Craig R. Baxley, 1991)

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Stone *motherfucking* Cold marks the acting debut of Brian Bosworth who rose to fame in the 80s as a fairly lackluster 3-season NFL linebacker who was better at getting attention than winning games. He stars as a rogue cop who … Continued