Charles Bronson is a hero all the way as a rogue cop pursuing a deranged killer in this action-packed suspense thriller. Serving up vigilante justice as only he can. Bronson delivers one of his most riveting performances in this exceedingly well-made film. Bronson plays Leo Kessler, a cynical Los Angeles cop on the trail of Warren Stacey (Gene Davis), a homicidal maniac who turns rejection from beautiful women into the ultimate revenge. When the legal system sets Stacey free, Kessler plants evidence to put him behind bars for good. But Kessler’s plan backfires, leaving him with only one option: to hunt down Stacey on his own... before the crazed killer strikes again!

Extras:

  • Producing Bronson" interview with producer Lance Hool (12:41) 
  • "Remember Bronson" interview with actor Robert F. Lyons (6:00) 
  • "Knife and Death" interview with actress Jeana Tomasina (6:55) 
  • "Charlie’s Partner" interview with actor Andrew Stevens (10:46)
studio:
88 Films
Run Time:
101 mins approx
Director:
J. Lee Thompson
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Charles Bronson

Lisa Eilbacher

Andrew Stevens
Subtitle Languages:

English

Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
B

10 to Midnight

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Charles Bronson is a hero all the way as a rogue cop pursuing a deranged killer in this action-packed suspense thriller. Serving up vigilante justice as only he can. Bronson delivers one of his most riveting performances in this exceedingly well-made film. Bronson plays Leo Kessler, a cynical Los Angeles cop on the trail of Warren Stacey (Gene Davis), a homicidal maniac who turns rejection from beautiful women into the ultimate revenge. When the legal system sets Stacey free, Kessler plants evidence to put him behind bars for good. But Kessler’s plan backfires, leaving him with only one option: to hunt down Stacey on his own... before the crazed killer strikes again!

Extras:

  • Producing Bronson" interview with producer Lance Hool (12:41) 
  • "Remember Bronson" interview with actor Robert F. Lyons (6:00) 
  • "Knife and Death" interview with actress Jeana Tomasina (6:55) 
  • "Charlie’s Partner" interview with actor Andrew Stevens (10:46)
studio:
88 Films
Run Time:
101 mins approx
Director:
J. Lee Thompson
Certificate:
18
Actor:
Charles Bronson

Lisa Eilbacher

Andrew Stevens
Subtitle Languages:

English

Main Language:
English
Number of Discs:
1
Region:
B

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Not Really a Traditional Slasher

This has a most informative commentary, shot on location and he can tell you almost every street that they use,the stores in the background, if they are still there. Cars and guns you see, he can tell you other films they have been used in, as well as the standard bios on actors as they appear. This was from his work with THE CANNON GROUP and it was amazing to hear how many actors in smaller roles appeared in many of Bronson's movies. Also to find out that his son in law had a couple of scenes and one young actress was Kelly Preston (before she used Preston as her name). He also points out if they are still alive and of course we have lost some since and can only lose more. The most irritating aspect is the repeated use of QUOTE/UNQUOTE when he says something that he's read. As for the film, I always thought it may have been written for the DIRTY HARRY series as I could see him chasing this bad guy and exacting his type of justice ! This is under 88films Slasher Classics series. If you haven't seen it this isn't torture, so the deaths though nasty aren't shown with Tom Savini type sfx showing the girls faces instead. The worst part is spoken, a couple of obscene phone calls where the sexual content is extreme. There's a lot of nudity, the killer strips off before killing so we see him from behind a lot. Having not seen this since late night TV days this stands the test of time, the final 15 minutes still has me on the edge of my seat. The only negative I have is the lack of chapters in the film,so if unable to watch in one go and switch off your player, the disc will start all over again.