Saturday, June 26, 2010
This lost obscurity from Korean expat and wannabe action star, Richard Park, will do for ’80s exploitation flicks what House did for Japanese horror movies. A totally gnarly gang war rages in the LA streets as 40-year-old actors pretend to be teenaged badasses in denim vests and belly baring t-shirts. Ice cream romance! Drunk mommies! Banana counting! The Spike Gang!
A holy screening of a rare 35mm print of this ’80s Ed Wood-ian classic that will change your life. If you are old enough to drink, you are old enough to see… L.A. STREETFIGHTERS!
- Country South Korea
- Year 1985
- Running Time 85 minutes
- Director Park Woo-sang
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