In the frozen, washed-out flatlands of some desolate part of the Eastern U.S. strewn with factories and dive bars, a violent war rages between young mercenary drug-lords and bumbling hicksville cops. With the help of a few unreliable informants recruited directly from the seedy underbelly of said rural environs, the law steps in to rid he world of the scourge of dope...and maybe have a bit of fun along the way.
This amateur film, unreleased(or barely shown at regional drive-ins), made a not-so-impressive debut on home video in the 80s(with deliciously sleazy box art). As would be expected, it is a slop-job of never-made-a-movie-before messiness, but somehow entertains despite itself on an entirely good/bad level, and features some surprising moments of violence. As is the case with the equally obscure film "ANOTHER SON OF SAM", this seems to have been made solely because someone involved in the production had a friend with a helicopter.
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