Bronson--who doesn't even carry a gun in this picture--stars as a reporter for the Denver Tribune
who covers a story involving the murder of the three wives and six children of an expelled Mormon farmer. It seems the farmer, and now Bronson, are caught in the crossfire of a religious war
involving two extremist factions of the Mormon religion. Instead of becoming a DEATH WISH-style vigilante, Bronson serves as a peaceful go-between who, nonetheless, gets involved in some car chases, explosions, and fist-fights. One of eight joint efforts by Bronson and director J. Lee Thompson
(their previous efforts included ST. IVES, 10 TO MIDNIGHT, and DEATH WISH 4), is p...