Bradley Thomas is a hard working man. After his wife's miscarriage they admit the spark isn't there anymore and decide to have a baby. After being fired from his job, he turns to his friend who hires him as a drug dealer. A trade goes bad and he ends up in prison, the only problem is that a gang has kidnapped his wife and they will do an experimental operation on the baby unless Thomas kills one of the inmates in cell block 99. Bradley will not stop at anything until his wife is safe again.
Did You Know?
The German ratings board FSK rejected this film twice for a "Not under 18" certification. Only after the film was cut, it was approved for release. See more
As Bradley damages the car with his bare hands, it's obvious that it was staged to come apart. However, this may be another deliberate low-budget "grindhouse" effect. See more
In the fridge. Jill got you your faggoty mineral water.
I didn't know H2O's got a sexual orientation.
A cut version was prepared for broadcast purposes in the UK. 44 seconds of "stronger, sadistic violence and injury detail" were removed to secure a 15 certificate. According to the BBFC, it reduces the level and detail of violence across the two climactic sequences and removes an earlier arm break. The theatrical and video releases are uncut with an 18 certificate. See more
References Riot in Cell Block 11
The Letter That Won't Ever Be Sent
Written by Jeff Herriott
& S. Craig Zahler
Performed by Butch Tavares See more