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Exterminator [Blu-ray]

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3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
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See dvd for this synpopsis Studio: Cav Distributing Corp Release Date: 09/13/2011 Run time: 104 minutes

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not a bad Death Wish knock off! June 27 2004
By A Customer
Format:DVD
It has a low budget and a cast of actors that anyone outside of the B Movie fan circles is unfamiliar with but that doesn't stop it from being one of the better revenge movies from the 80's. It's outlined by a simple plotline about a vietnam vet, played by Robert Ginty (the Paperchase guy), whose friend is paralyzed by wild gang members in the New York City wildlands. Fed up with the justice system, he takes matters into his own hands.
The biggest appeal of this movie is the minimalist style of the scenery. It's very gritty and grimy and has all the earmarks of a great grindhouse movie. The violence, which is unfortunately spaced too far apart to be consistent, is unbelievably brutal for an American made movie with an R rating. Also, most of the press from the time pushed the imagery of the flame thrower. While it's an essential element of the sequel, which badly needs a quality DVD release, it only makes an appearance once in this offering.
If you're a fan of cheesy movies and exploitation, don't pass this one up.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I'M GOING TO TURN YOU INTO GROUND BEEF !! May 10 2008
By The Critic TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I haven't seen the "Exterminator" since I was a teenager and somehow the opening scene has stuck with me for 28 years. The "Exterminator" is a low budget action film filled with scenes of pure brutality. Fans of this 1980 classic revenge film will be happy to know that this Director's Cut is the rated (R) version with all the blood and violence that made this film so memorable.

Former Vietnam vet John Eastland played by (Robert Ginty) is driven to revenge when his best friend and Vietnam buddy is brutally beaten by a New York street gang and left to die. After seeing his friend lying helpless in the hospital Eastland declares war on the gang who savagely beat his friend and any other lowlife he can get his hands on. Soon the revenge and killing become so easy for John Eastland he realizes that the Gangs of New York, its Police force as well as the C.I.A are all out to get him. Can John Eastland continue to carry out his one man brand of justice or will the Exterminator's flame be snuffed out! You'll have to buy you're own copy to see how it ends.

The video transfer of The "Exterminator" the Digitally Remastered Director's Cut from Tango Entertainment is probably the best this film will ever look. The print from Tango is decent but still contains debris, scratches and other imperfections despite other reviewers claiming its perfect. They could have done a little more with the sound levels because the sound does fluctuate throughout the movie. This version is a bare bones release from Tango Entertainment and there aren't any bonus features, commentaries or extras at all. Overall this film is four star entertainment for fans of the genre and hopefully one of the big studios will give this film the DVD release it truly deserves. I'd love to see a two disc 30th anniversary release filled with tons of extras.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars we need exterminator 2!! March 30 2004
By Ron P
Format:DVD
Exterminator is great, but the sequel was even better! The idea of a vigilante not just killin his victims, but burning them up and leaving their charred smoking corpses behind for the cops was bad *ss! That made him a vigilante that even Paul Kersey would admire. Buy Executioner and then tell Anchor Bay you want the sequel. Hell it's even got Mario Vane Peebles as the Exterminator's nemesis "X"! It's a B-movie vigilante lover's dream!
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Format:VHS Tape
Robert Ginty is a good performer. I do not feel he was fit for the role of this vigilante. The story was decent, and the different skylight views of New York City were excellent. For some reason,I think of this film everytime I see or hear someone talk about The Big Apple. One scene that grabs me so much and was done so well by an actress who I believe her real name is Vonnabelle Roocke. She plays a beautiful,innocent 20yr old Times Square Hooker. I haven't seen this actress in anything else and I feel she didn't even get any decent credit for her part. She gets forced against her will, tied up, and tortured with a hot iron by two perverted guys. To me this scene was sad, frightening, realistic, and very gripping. I will never forget this film and I was very dissappointed with the sequel. I wish this good story could of been a Death Wish film instead with Bronson as the Exterminator and still have Robert Ginty in it on the side, along with Christopher George.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Cult Classic Dec 13 2000
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
Out of anyone who played in the film I think George did the best job out of anyone; followed by Gintry. Those who've seen the sequel as well will notice what a superior director Glickenhaus was to whoever directing the sequel that he didn't stick around for. Though it is a rather cheaply made film it's still gritty and effective, yet still can't live up to the fame of Bronson's Death Wish, which is the grandaddy of all vigilante flicks bar none.
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Format:VHS Tape
AN EX-VIENTAM VETERAN GOES ON A RAMPAGE WHEN HIS BEST FRIEND IS KILLED BY A STREET GANG AND VOWS REVENGE. THIS IS A VIGLANTE MOVIE FROM START TO FINNISH AND NOTHING MORE. GOOD AND VILOENT ACTION AT THE EXPENSE OF A DECENT SCRIPT NOTHING LIKE CHARLES BRONSON'S DEATH WISH(1974)WHICH IN MY MIND IS THE ALL-TIME BEST WHEN IT COMES TO VIGLANTE FILMS.
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