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Violent New Breed (1997)

| Horror | Video 1997
Jack Williams is an undercover cop who's having a really bad year. His wife has left him and she's taking his kid way, a new drug called "Rapture" has taken over the streets and he's been ... See full summary »





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Glover ...
Nick Stodden ...
Rebecca Rose ...
Jenni Geigel ...
Tamara (as Jennifer Geigel)
Becky Stodden ...
Dave Miller ...
Jody Rovick ...
Jerry Angell ...
Steve Williams ...
Kathleen McSeeney ...
Andrea Ureno ...
Rod Will ...
Cathy Metz ...
Joel Hedge ...
Rhonda Smith ...
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Jack Williams is an undercover cop who's having a really bad year. His wife has left him and she's taking his kid way, a new drug called "Rapture" has taken over the streets and he's been sent undercover to one of the sleaziest night clubs in town to infiltrate the violent new breed. The Breed are a new race created by vicious demons. They rule the streets like an underground army, and they are taking over. But that's not the worst part... the Anti-Christ has been born in the Breed headquarters under New York City. Jack's daughter, Amy has run away from home and been kidnapped by members of the Breed and taken to their barbaric torture dungeons and Jack's ex-wife, Lillian is enslaved by the lead demon Asmodeus for a midnight plaything! Jack and his partner, Steve must travel through the very gates of hell to rescue Amy, her friend Tamara, and to destroy the young Anti-Christ child before it's too late. They must take the unholy offspring to the last church remaining in New York, where... Written by Anonymous

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A brutal look at the future... Like you've never seen it!







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More ideas flow in two hours than in three movies put together!
18 May 2000 | by (Arizona) – See all my reviews

I will not give any spoilers here, nor will I attempt to tell the involved plot to you. I will simply tell you that I found this to be a very important film for the low budget video community.

Director Todd Sheets again proves himself to be a man with style, vision and the guts to actually make a movie like this one. To see this guy come from such humble (and in some cases horrible) beginnings, and to see what he is doing now, is amazing. With Violent New Breed, Mr. Sheets does not hold true to the reservations of the politically correct, or for the politics of film for that matter. And we should all thank him for it.

Violent New Breed is about New York in the near future. Demons have invaded the streets with a drug called Rapture (the ultimate high) that has half the human population hooked. I found this social commentary very refreshing and honest, as opposed to other films about addiction where we are asked over and over again to feel sorry for the addict. The drug is used to cloud their minds so the demons can use them as slaves and can use the women as vessels to impregnate and carry more demons, only these are half-breeds - demon and human mixed. Thus creating a "new breed" to control the planet. The US Government knows about it and has set up a task force of sorts with the NYPD that is determined to infiltrate and destroy the breed. Of course things go really wrong and it's up to aband of thrown together strangers to pull together and save the city.

This one has some incredible visuals, a fast moving 2 hour story, great music and so many ideas flowing. The film can be disturbing, funny and gross. It also features film vet Rudy Ray Moore (Dolemite) in a great part as a priest that is simply hysterical.

In all honesty, this one should be selling great, it should outsell much of that trash that clutters the shelves of Blockbuster, but then again, they always play it safe and this movie NEVER does. I would recommend it to everyone with an open mind and a love for offbeat Horror.

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