Blastfighter (1984) Lamberto Bava

Blastfighter (1984)
Genre: Action | Crime
Country: Italy | Director: Lamberto Bava
Language: English | Subtitles: None
Aspect ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 89mn
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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088818/

Jake 'Tiger' Sharp, a former cop, has been released from jail after serving a 8-year sentence for taking the law into his own hands. Tiger decides to return to his hometown Georgia as he tries to live a quiet life. But when a group of deer poachers rape and kill his long-lost daughter Connie, Tiger looses his rocker. Armed with a Super-Shotgun that can fire bombs or bullets, Tiger sets off on a violent rampage...

Lamberto Bava's best film so far plays like a variation of Deliverance and First Blood. For the first half of the movie, it remains in doubt rather Sopkiw is going to strike back at a huge passel of harassing rednecks. The scriptwriters here seemed to know what we wanted and made the movie flow accordingly. You can watch the film, hate a character, say whether he lives or dies, and you'll be pretty much correct. All in all this film packs a whallop, with a good Claudio Simonetti score (same as the score in MASSACRE IN DINOSAR VALLEY). The characters likable enough (except Sopkiw's LOAD daughter) and the climax was suitably exciting and violent. Basically the two hicks in DELIVERANCE here are replaced with 500 hicks, 90% of whom die in violent explosive ways. A good movie, lots of goods, not much to complain about. There were a lot of references to EVIL DEAD, such as the fact that Sopkiw drove the same model car, lived in a similar wooden shack in the woods, and even was made up to look like Bruce Campbell!

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