KINO LORBER Presents: THE ANNIHILATORS and TUFF TURF

The below titles release on July 9th.

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If John Rambo had little brothers, it would be The Annihilators, and I say that with a bright, shining compliment. When introduced at the beginning of the movie, ever actor’s name is introduced by a machine gun sound. This is the filmmaker’s way of preparing you for some real shit.

At first glance, The Annihilators sounds like a bunch of no goods taking out anyone and everyone, but it’s actually about some Vietnam vets cleaning up the streets in their neighborhood that’s gone bad since they were away saving our country. It’s one of those so bad it’s good movies, and a lot of fun if watch with a group of friends.

The Annihilators is presented in 1.85:1 aspect ratio with DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0.

But The Annihilators HERE.

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Tuff Turf is probably one of the coolest movies I’ve ever seen. So cool, it doesn’t need to spell “tough” correctly in the title (or at all). It’s that tuff.

Tuff Turf is directed by Fritz Kiersch (Children of the Corn), and stars James Spader, Robert Downey Jr. in his boom of his acting career and heavy drug use, and a lot of other actors who look and are way too old to be playing a 15-year-olds. This is another 80s cinematic trope — the new guy gets bullied and shows everyone what’s up by the end. Only this movie gets super violent by the end.

But who’s going to turn down a movie from the 80s called TUFF TURF with Spader and a wise-cracking RDJ? “Nobody” is the answer. This movie is worth every penny.

TUFF TURF is presented in a 1.85:1 aspect ration with DTS-HD Master Audio 2.0.

Buy TUFF TURF on Blu-ray HERE.