Though a promising debut for its producer-writer-director, David Winning, STORM, by most standards, takes a lively premise and fritters it away. Made in Canada for a mere $72,000, this hybrid of crime thriller and DELIVERANCE-style suspense adventure is long on atmosphere but short on
solid plotting or storyline. While on a camping trip, best buddies Lowell (David Palfy) and Booker (Tom Schioler), one-time devotees of the assassination game (a pursuit game popular with college student in the early 1980s), stumble on a trio of aging bank robbers (Stan Kane, Harry Freedman,
Lawrence Elion) who've come to the woods to recover the loot from a robbery they pulled in 194...