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Gunblast (1986)

| Action, Drama | Video
A woman hires a hitman to kill her ex-boyfriend, but winds up falling for the hitman.




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Cast overview:
Marland Proctor ...
Roy Grant (as Lloyd Allan)
Christina Cardan ...
Maria Schneider
James Cunningham
Ray Myles ...
Carlos Dominguez (as Ramon Milas)
Albert Eskinazi ...
Maria's First Gunman (as Albert Eskenazi)
Fred Sarra
David Philips


A woman hires a hitman to kill her ex-boyfriend, but winds up falling for the hitman.

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Janky South of the Border crime story.
30 November 2007 | by (fabulous Las Vega$!) – See all my reviews

Nick Millard made a few very watchable no-budget films during the 70s...this one, however, is just plain awful. From the looks of it, it was possibly an unfinished project, as the video release looks like a piecemeal of crude footage haphazardly scrapped together into something which somewhat resembles a movie. Story seems to have noir-ish aspirations, as a femme fatale non-extraordinaire lures an aging ex-con to Mexico to intercept a mega-volume heroin delivery. Sparks fly between the two, and romance ensues. Also featured are some bloodless gun violence, and the laziest stripper on Earth who doesn't even stand up, reclining drowsily on some pillows and playing with her left boob for what feels like an hour.

This almost-non-movie is loaded with lengthy filler crap, like our lead man walking around his dingy flat and shaking his head, eating a can of Beanie-Weenie, and looking at a copy of Playboy. Equally irritating, a ceaseless barrage of badly recorded flamenco music, which is often entirely inappropriate for the on screen action.

Technically deplorable exercise in tedium should be of no concern to anyone except the most unyielding Uschi Digard fanatics. 1.5/10...may it linger in perpetual obscurity until the end of time.

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