A Los Angeles subway train is brought to a slamming stop, the tunnel partially collapsed, and several people injured. The survivors must figure out what caused it, and must deal with the greater danger that soon faces them.
Nicole Gale Anderson,
In the year 2007, crime has risen at an exponential rate. Once highly populated metropolises such as Los Angeles are no longer inhabitable. These cities have transformed into "Hell Zones," ... See full summary »
An Italian street hood gets romantically involved with a woman who is the ex-girlfriend of a leader of a white supremacist gang, after being being brutally attacked by the gang he seeks revenge via his street connections.
A security guard using video surveillance to watch a parking lot sees a man stash a suitcase in a car immediately before he is apprehended by the police. After everyone is gone, the guard ... See full summary »
Ex-Green Beret Matt Collins is kidnapped along with his fiancée, Lauren Sadler, by crazed hunter extraordinaire Danton Vachs. Every year he holds a contest where people can purchase the ... See full summary »
Father William is an ambitious Catholic priest and former Vietnam veteran sucked into a world of crime, drugs, and duplicity. He investigates the murder of an old army buddy of his which ... See full summary »
Carla Sofia Lescius,
Dymo, a respected man-about-town, is the charismatic gang leader. His headstrong, unpredictable lover, Carli, has a penchant for magnums and fur. This is a pair that believes if you're not ... See full summary »
A car mechanic who enjoys "testing" his customers' vehicles for small stick-ups is employed by a powerful gangster impressed by his skills. Doing car-related odd jobs for the gangster, the mechanic gets across an interesting and puzzling one pretty soon, and decides to change his ways a bit... Written by
Jaromir "Vassago" Król
Jan-Michael Vincent was in a serious car accident just before filming began and appears with a severely swollen and scarred face, still wearing his real hospital ID bracelet. See more »
In scenes where the left side of the white Jaguar is ramming the right side of Jim's dark Mustang, the Mustang never moves. It is very evident that the Mustang is being pulled on a trailer while rammed, as the Mustang is at least 12 to 18 inches higher than it should be when compared to the Jaguar. Also, in subsequent scenes, the Mustang shows no damage where it was supposedly rammed. See more »
Written & Performed by Jeroan von Alchen
From the CD "Alexanders Dark Band"
Available on Leviathon Records See more »
You have to like it for what it is. It is a cheep car movie with Corey Feldman and Jan Michael Vincent in it. It doesn't matter what else happens. That is what defines this one. With that said. It was fun. I enjoy the low budget car films. This has the car chases, a little t-n-a and a few big names and an odd cameo. First the cars and chases. You have a Corvette, a few Porshes, a Ferrari, a Jaguar and a few Mustanges. Chad McQueen, Steve McQueen's son, at one point drives a green 1968 Mustang Fastback I guess as a tribute to Bullett in which his father stared. The chases are good, not great. You can tell that one car is attached to a camera truck during one of the chases. The story is about what you would expect. Not going to elaborate. The stars. Well Chad McQueen is not his dad but is well suited for the lead in a low budget car film. Corey Feldman is ...well... Corey Feldman. Michael Madsen plays a guy like Michael Madsen would play. Jan Michael Vincent, I think had a motorcycle accident before this movie was made and his face looks like it went through a meet grinder. But he fits the over all theme of this movie. LOW BUDGET. Dom Delouis plays the worst role I think he has ever played. And if you watch close Ron Jeremy pops up twice in the film. Don't get me wrong. If you like cheesy low-budget car films, this will hit the spot. If you are looking for Bullett. Not it.
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