After decades of terror, two deadly street gangs reach a delicate truce and young MJ (Silkk the Shocker) sees a way out of the hood once and for all. Only Corrupt (Ice-T) stands in MJ's way... See full summary »
Silkk Tha Shocker,
Tarsha Nicole Jones
Hong Kong 97 takes place, appropriately enough, in Hong Kong right before the transfer of power from Britain to China. Reginald Cameron, an assassin affiliated with a large corporation with... See full summary »
After earth is taken over by an army of robots, the small number of humans left are forced into hiding. In the nuclear winter, only droids walk the face of the earth, in fear of the rumored... See full summary »
On May 19, 2004, an unprecedented biological outbreak occurred in Lawton, California. A classified N.S.A.A. report detailed the carnage which ensued that night. This film is based on that top-secret report.
Jenny Dare Paulin,
Ex-kickboxing champion turned sports photographer Max Havoc again finds himself in Guam on a publicity photo shoot. Max's helpful ways land him in the lives of the vacationing sisters Jane ... See full summary »
Scott L. Schwartz
Charlie Baxter, a struggling screenwriter, is searching for accommodation in a rundown mansion somewhere in the isolated mountains above Malibu. An expressionless and creatively bankrupt ... See full summary »
Crystal Laws Green,
Jenny Dare Paulin
The director Albert Pyun filmed The Wrecking Crew (2000), Urban Menace (1999) and Corrupt (1999) simultaneously at the same time, location and cast (with different rappers guest-starring). And that occasionally left the cast confused, not knowing what character in what movie they were playing from one scene to the next. The movies also share the same Ice-T soundtrack playing almost constantly through-out the running-time. See more »
God-awful piece of direct to video tripe that was originally planned to be one third of a long movie but was eventually split into 3 equally Tricia's parts (Thank whoever you will for that decision). Albert Pyun, perhaps best know for Van Damme's 80's cyborgs-kicking-the-hell-outta'-each-other-in-a-wasteland sci-fi classic, helms this piece of muddled 'cinema'. The plot revolves around a whole bunch of bad ass gangsta's in a warehouse somewhere, spouting guff about who owns what turf, who killed who and yadda-yadda-yadda. Then Ice T shows up with his amigos and chaos ensues. I can't really go into too much more depth because, well, that's about as deep as the 65 minute running time allows us to get in I'm afraid. Shot on DV with a 50 cent budget over what looks like a weekend, one can't help but wonder who bank rolls crap like this. Avoid like the plague.
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