A combination of the punk sensibility of Alex Cox's first film, REPO MAN, and the spaghetti westerns of Sergio Leone, STRAIGHT TO HELL seems like it was more fun to make than it is to watch. The incredibly convoluted plot of this haphazard parody begins as three hired guns--brawny Norwood
(Sy Richardson), baby-faced Willy (Dick Rude), and disheveled Simms (Joe Strummer)--botch a hit. To offset their failure, they decide to rob a bank, making their getaway with Velma (Courtney Love), Norwood's girl friend. In the middle of the desert, the car breaks down and the dusty, sweaty
foursome stumble upon a lawless town ruled by the nasty, trigger-happy MacMahon clan (playe...