...at least in Australia! LOL. Where I'm located it's alright warm at the moment - and I certainly don't miss the Melbourne winters with their drafty houses! I had some of my worst colds there. LOLZ!!
Anyway, as I'm sure you've noticed things are a little slow here at the moment (any slower and we'd hit rigor mortis!) but no need to worry I don't intend to close up shop or anything. Like most other things in life blog life goes in circles, and I've spent more time on my other blogs recently. However, I sense it's time to return to the trashy world of Filipino Vietnam war flicks once again.
I haven't actually bought many titles lately (read: any!) neither on Japanese VHS nor otherwise. It seems the well is dried up at the moment. But, hey, it's not like there isn't enough stuff to write about already. I'm thinking of actually beginning to crank out some reviews and I might just kick off with a review of Willie Milan's rare MAD KILLER from 1985 which stars Anthony Alonzo as a Vietnam vet who returns from the war.
Andrew Leavold has the film listed under the title Revenge of the Street Warrior but I wonder if that could be a different film. The thing is, there's ONE review on IMDb and the plot description is VERY different to the film I have. But of course, maybe the reviewer slept his way thru the film or was messed up on bad lemonade. Who knows. If any of you can help with any info (or even have the film) I'd certainly appreciate it. Cheers.
An unusually grim scene in a Filipino Vietnam war movie in which the main character (Alonzo) cracks open his recently deceased mother and sister's coffins to have one last look at them before he goes on a revenge spree.