“Combines the New York City angst of TAXI DRIVER, the gritty nihilism of Fassbinder and the unfiltered dementia of ERASERHEAD . . . one of the great cult films of the 1980s.” - SHOCK CINEMA
Writer/director/producer Buddy Giovinazzo made his indelible debut with this nihilistic saga of a Vietnam vet’s desperate pursuit to save his family from the horrors of poverty and urban squalor. Culminating in one of the most brutal climaxes ever committed to celluloid, this unforgiving masterwork remains as controversial and relevant as it was at the height of the Reagan Era. This notorious and unflinching cult favorite is now available in all its disturbing, uncut glory.