Another release from the prolific B-moviemaker Charles Band, CRASH AND BURN has a lot of the usual suspects involved: Band himself directing this time; Joe Cardone (SHADOWZONE) writing; Ted Nicolaou (TERRORVISION) as editor; Richard Band (darned near every Band film) composing the music;
and special effects maestro David Allen (PUPPET MASTER II) handling some of the visuals. Not surprisingly, the film turns out to be a typical Band product, great to look at, almost
thought-provoking and too poorly plotted for most viewers to care.
It's the year 2030 and the future looks bleak. America is an environmentally devastated region dominated by Unicom, a ruthles...