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646f9e108c Walking jawline Tony Stone (Robert Z'Dar), is a tough criminal with questionable recruitment criteria for his henchmen. After he and his goons pull off a heist at a surprisingly well-guarded ice cream truck depot, they're caught by Lt. Sunset (Jim Brown) and shipped off to the slammer. En route, Stone's brother-disguised as the most unconvincing woman ever-springs the gang and gets gut-shot for his efforts. In search of medical help, the bad guys invade the home of all-American bad ass John Morgan (Harold Diamond). Morgan plays along with the criminals to save his family, but an all-American bad ass can only take so much before deciding to kill.
SAMURAI COP&#39;s director Amir Shervan reunited with heavy Robert Z&#39;Dar in this variation of DESPERATE HOURS. Tony Stone (Z&#39;Dar) and some of his thug cohorts rob a payroll and he and his buddy Lynch (John Lynch) are quickly arrested by Lt. Sunset (Jim Brown). On the way to prison, Stone and Lynch escape thanks to the help of Jesse Stone (not to be confused with the Tom Selleck character) who distracts the prison bus driver by faking a car accident and dressing like a woman (he&#39;s not that attractive). Jesse is shot in the escape and the crooks decide to hide out in a nearby ranch. Bad move as this place is owned by kickboxing John Morgan (kickboxer Howard &quot;Diamond&quot; Roth). With his family being held hostage, Morgan is forced to go find a doctor and pick up the stolen loot. Naturally, he decides to fight back with his fists and feet.<br/><br/>If you&#39;ve marveled at Shervan&#39;s SAMURAI COP or Hollywood COP, you&#39;ll know what to expect here. This is another in his action flicks that features terrible dialog and poorly staged fights. Roth, previously seen in a few Andy Sidaris flicks, wears some of the gaudiest outfits that a man could get away with (those shoulder pads!) and sports Branscombe Richmond style hair. To his credit, he is a good kickboxer and throws some decent kicks here and there. The real star of the show is the always entertaining Z&#39;Dar, who get some memorable lines like yelling &quot;What do you want from me?&quot; after blasting a few cops. Uh, maybe it is that whole crime thing you&#39;re into that has cops pounding on your door. As a entry in the Shervan&#39;s oeuvre, this has been pretty hard-to- find (the only available version looks awful). Thankfully, Cinema Epoch is going to be releasing it on DVD next month in a special edition. Definitely worth seeing if you are a fan of Shervan&#39;s bad movie cinema.
KILLING American STYLE is a hilariously awful B-movie from Iranian born director Amir Shervan, who previously helmed SAMURAI COP which also starred the huge-jawed Robert Z&#39;Dar (MANIAC COP). Shervan&#39;s filmography has recently been given a new lease of life thanks to some high definition releases around the globe, allowing a new legion of fans to appreciate some genuine so-bad-it&#39;s-good entertainment.<br/><br/>This film looks and feels just like other Shervan movies such as THE YOUNG REBELS, GYPSY, and of course SAMURAI COP. The stories are concerned with gangs of long-haired and hulking muscle guys who go around and abuse people. The heroes look just like the villains and these movies work via action narratives with plenty of shoot-outs and ineptly-staged fights to recommend them.<br/><br/>KILLING American STYLE adopts a home invasion template as a group of vicious robbers invade an everyday household a

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