14 December 1998 | Dave-330
Tweed looks really good, in this better than average B-movie. A Shannon Tweed movie with a plot, who knew? The plot is fairly well thought out, and in a Tweed movie, if there is a plot to remember, it's surprising. Oxenberg gives a good secondary performance. Rent this or "The Concrete War" to see how fine Shannon used to be in the late '80's early '90's. I know most of her movies have her nude, but this and the other one mentioned above have an actual plot, too.