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Air Force courier Nick Corrigan is sent to deliver a message to a nuclear missile base in a remote corner of the midwest. Unbeknownst to him, however, a gang of terrorists have taken over the base in the hopes of launching the missles at all of the nation's largest cities. In a panic, they lock Nick in the base, thinking to keep him from interfering with their plans. Little do they know, however, that Sgt. Corrigan is a former Special Forces soldier who is more than capable of shutting them down single-handedly. Written by
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maybe the worst, but surely the funniest action movie ever
It was about 2 a.m. in the morning after watching a video, when this accident happened. I saw the first 10 minutes of BLOOD FIST VI- GROUND ZERO, and couldn't decide whether it was supposed to be an real action film or a comedy. After the whole 90 minutes I was myself "ground zeroed" laughing the rest of the night without a rest. Unfortunately I wasn't able to record it, but next time when it is shown on TV there will be a fan to see this cult movie.
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