Death Game (1997)

TV Movie   |  R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi


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A group of friends are forced to fight to the death in order to gain their freedom.


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16 April 2005 | vincevan
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| Bad, Bad Film
Oh MY! There are Good films - There are Bad films and then there is this car wreck of a film. And in the world of car wrecks, this thing is one of those dark of night, foggy, icy road kind; involving a hundred or so cars and trucks where the police just stand around shaking their heads in horror. And oh yeah - There are no survivors in this wreck.

The lack of any thought process in the making of this truly awful picture jumps right off the page at you, starting about 8 minutes into the thing. The actors must have been absolutely desperate or they would have picketed the directors home until he promised to never again darken the door of a film studio.

Do I make myself clear on this?

Run -Don't walk....... away from this.

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The movie is set in Los Angeles, but the skyline and ferry ("BC Transit") are Vancouver, BC, Canada.


Soundtracks

Mortal Challenge
Written by
Mike Dolgy and Curtis Lee
Produced by Maurice Smith Productions Inc. / Uncle Abe Music / Mike Dolgy / Socan
Performed by Mike Dolgy and Curtis Lee
Courtesy of Inner Voice Records

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Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi

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