Released direct to home video a few weeks before the April 15 tax deadline, TAX SEASON was sent to retailers accompanied by a cassette (produced in association with the firm Laventhol and Horwath) explaining the latest IRS rulings on the depreciation of tapes. Decide for yourself if that
sounds more entertaining than the movie's story, in which Allen Mills (Fritz Bronner) is a milquetoast accountant from Cleveland who dreams of glory when he purchases the Hollywood Tax Service, sight unseen, from loony Lionel Goldberg (Arte Johnson). As it happens, the storefront bookkeeping firm
is actually a cover for gambling and prostitution operations, leading to various merry...