Wealthy woman on the brink of marriage discovers her 'business minded' fiance has been cheating and charts payback. Standard fare will deliver the goods to its intended audience and certainly benefits from the steady hand of reliable veteran Director Fred Olen Ray, who displays a knack of crossing over to new genres seamlessly.
Director Al Adamson offers up familiar biker fare with the novelty of featuring a female group with usual genre doses of drugs, sex, rape and, of course, brawling. Disjointed and poorly made film sometimes revolves around a drug dealing commune and inevitable revenge by the bikers when a member of the gang is killed by the hippies.
Two collectors of biological deformities vie for a prized specimen that washes up in the local sewer system. From the waning days of Full Moon pictures; very little action even after the deformities come to life. Full Moon fans will appreciate updates on the Subspecies franchise and the latest Puppet Master toys in the Video Zone.
Honest cop is trapped between criminals and the dirty cops within the department. PM can excel in this department, delivering a lot of bang for your buck with tons of gunplay, car chases and explosions. Competent direct to video effort that may suffer by overly familiar plot. Unfortunately released closely with the Bruce Willis film with the same title.
Struggling actor and part time limousine driver becomes tangled in web of murder and deceit after his clients wind up dead. Despite the victims' deep connections to organized crime and no apparent motive, the lazy police conveniently pin the blame on the driver. Regardless of logic gaps, film far exceeds Director Vincent's string of awful comedies.