A lowly low-budget endeavor, CHEAP SHOTS lacks either suspense or compelling characterizations and its plot is almost totally devoid of any humor or passion whatsoever. Veteran character actor Louis Zorich (THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT, DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS) appears in his first starring
role in a film astonishing only for the fact that it's so remarkably unmemorable.
Louie Constantine (Zorich) is a lazy, aging, henpecked Greek immigrant innkeeper who purchased his business, Constantine's Kozy Kabins, from Franklin (Clarke Gordon), his eccentric and presumably well-heeled father-in-law. Louie is a dreamer who intends someday to transform his decaying operation...