Eye of the Tiger (Blu-ray)
Directed by Richard C. Sarafian
They Stole his pride and destroyed his family… now he’ll do whatever it takes to get justice! Buck Matthews (Gary Busey, Lethal Weapon, Silver Bullet) returns to his rural hometown after serving time in prison for a crime he didn't commit, wanting only to live in peace with his beloved wife and daughter. But that peace is irrevocably shattered when a sinister biker gang begins terrorizing the townspeople. When Buck's brave attempt to protect his family from the vicious marauders results in tragedy, he embarks on a one-man war against his evil foes... and even though he's outnumbered and outgunned, he won't give up until the last body drops. Directed by cult filmmaker Richard C. Sarafian (Vanishing Point, Sunburn) and co-starring Yaphet Kotto (Live and Let Die, Alien), William Smith (Any Which Way You Can, Seven), Seymour Cassel (King of the Mountain, Rushmore) and Bert Remsen (Inside Moves, Borderline). Now watch Eye of the Tiger for the first time in HD, from a 2K scan of the Interpositive. The soundtrack includes the #1 hit song Eye of the Tiger by Survivor and Gravity by the godfather of soul, James Brown.
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