Enzo G. Castellari’s crime thriller pistol-whips you from the opening scene and rarely lets up off the gas. Though I like my Italian crime flicks packed with Di Leo type gangsters, I am sucker for drug smuggling yarns, especially when they are as tough as this. The one miss for me with this flick is the Goblin score. That crew rocks when they are pumping tracks out for Argento but here it’s just a bit much. Dig it, Bastards.
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