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Guns, explotions, boobs, foul language, crappy dialog. It's typical B filmmaking, with an unusally good score. This was shot back to back with Killer Instinct, aka Mad Dog Coll, using a lot of the same cast, same set, but Killer Instinct is much better. It has it's moments... again Chris Bradley is good, as is Ed Bowz, and Sally Kirkland, but the film is not gripping. And Bruce Nozick begins to grate on the viewers nerves in this picture.
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