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Two notorious convicts, Quaid and Kurk, have escaped prison and are trying to flee the country. To ensure their safety they abduct an innocent attractive woman and use her as a hostage to protect themselves from the police. Quaid has hidden motives for the abduction and Kurk don't like what he sees, leading to a deadly game of cat-and-mouse full of jealously, deceit, lust and murder. Written by
Let us see what we shall see in this film- Two hit men go on this incredible rampage and know that the police are just about to arrest them,
Why not get a hostage and that will fix everything.
One scene is right out of Death Proof,When Stuntman Mike introduces himself to his future victims. You know Quentin Tarantino would like this film,Except for the lack of cameos. This Jason Impey film is almost an Urban Legend, Many versions exist due to censors questioning and Maxim Media has released this one. So film is a flashback,grind-house Zombie subplot.. That about covers it.
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