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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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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.
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.
The DVD is crappy. Looks like it was ripped from an old videostore tape.
Most recent customer reviews
I remembered the first time I saw it, brought back the best memories.Published 2 months ago by Kathy Kinsella
Great film for the low budget i am sure they had to work with,and pretty decent acting all around especially steve james who is only in about the first quarter of the film. Read morePublished on Dec 19 2002 by John H. Nielsen jr.
I first rented this when I was about 15 & my mum went apes**t. A movie about a guy who kills people with a blowtorch. COOOOOL! Read morePublished on Sept. 20 2001 by BD Ashley
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. Read morePublished on Oct. 4 2000 by Gus Mauro
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. Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2000 by John Bennett