The hero of the film is a murderer. He is an ex cop who served eight years in prison for the murder of his wife's murderer. Upon release from prison, he decided to return to his hometown to escape from his past. En route to his ancestral home in Georgia, one of his friends gives him a gun that fires grenades, smoke bombs, steel balls, rockets, and several other types of projectiles. One day, while just looking through the scope of his gun for no apparent reason, he happens to spot a large buck. He follows the deer with the scope and is surprised when he witnesses a group of local boys poach the deer. The hero puts the gun under the floorboards of the porch, where it remains until very near the end of the movie. Upon investigating the poaching, he uncovers a horrifying poaching ring run by a man from Hong Kong who is paying the locals a couple of thousand dollars per deer and using bits of the animals for Oriental medicines. Our hero decides to clean up the ring. However, he runs into ...
The Force Of Vengeance
Did You Know?
Originally written as a remake of the Australian film Mad Max
(1979). See more
When Tiger's car is descending the mountain road, the tires squeal as he rounds the corners. However, tires don't squeal like that on dirt roads, and his brake lines have been cut, so the tires shouldn't be squealing at all because he can't be braking. See more
Jake 'Tiger' Sharp
Where are your balls, Connie?
Footage contained in this film which depicts animals suffering was archive documentary footage and was not instigated by the production company. See more
Italian DVD release (which is full uncut but with Italian audio and subtitles ONLY!) has quite a few more intense and violent scenes than the Finnish videotape (English audio) that possibly are not censorship cuts but version differences. The rape scene and the beating of the cop in the woods is more intense. Also the "exploding arm" - and "the throatcut" - scenes are not present in the Finnish videotape. There's also some differences in some of the dialogue scenes, like the ending - in the Italian print Eastman and Sopkiw don't say anything to each other while in the english language print they change a few words. See more
Featured in Blood Mountain
Written by Barry Gibb
, Robin Gibb
, and Maurice Gibb
Performed by Tommie Baby See more