One of those rare films whose title is the review. Originally planned for theatrical release by Filmworld Distributors but sent straight-to-video in 1987, this sludgy and ineptly shot horror feature reached its widest audience as the object of scorn on TV's Mystery Science Theater 3000
. In flashback, a young boy sees his father (filmmaker John Fasano) try to break up an assault on a young black woman; instead, dad is killed by a pair of juvenile delinquents. The boy grows up into long-haired, muscle-bound good-guy Tony Washington (Jon Mikl Thor, frontman of the heavy-metal band Thor), who is himself run over and killed by five obnoxious, joyriding party-teens ...