“Renee Harmon and James Bryan had a hand in some of the most remarkably defective American genre films of all time. From their working partnership (LADY STREETFIGHTER, EXECUTIONER PART II) to their solo hits (Harmon: FROZEN SCREAM; Bryan: DON’T GO IN THE WOODS), any movie attached to their names is worth watching six or ten times before you die.” -- Bleeding Skull
Someone is killing off L.A.’s most vicious criminals and the police are powerless to do anything about it. As the commissioner (Aldo Ray) enlists the help of his top lieutenant Roger (Chris Mitchum), to solve the case, Roger suspects the mysterious Executioner might be his old friend from Vietnam.
Outrageous, absurd, and unflinchingly bizarre, director James Bryan and Teutonic producer/writer/co-star Renee Harmon’s EXECUTIONER PART II is one of the most head-scratching pieces of ‘80s independent cinemas. (NOTE: an EXECUTIONER “PART I” does not exist! Think SURF II.)