The Last Hunter (DVD)
Directed by Antonio Margheriti
A Code Red Release – War is Hell... and to carry out his top-secret mission, one soldier will make a deal with the Devil. Italian fright-master Antonio Margheriti (Cannibal Apocalypse) turned to the horrors of war for this explosive action film set near the end of the Vietnam conflict. Following the grisly suicide of his shell-shocked friend, Captain Harry Morris (David Warbeck, Tiger Joe, Hunters Of The Golden Cobra, The Ark Of The Sun God) accepts one final mission: to go behind enemy lines and destroy a Viet Cong radio tower broadcasting anti-American propaganda to US troops. Aided by a ragtag squadron of commandos and shadowed by a beautiful photojournalist (Tisa Farrow, Zombie, Some Call it Loving, Search and Destroy), Morris carries out his search and destroy mission with extreme prejudice, straight into the heart of darkness. Also starring genre vets John Steiner (The Ark Of The Sun God, Hunters Of The Golden Cobra, Cut And Run), Tony King (Cannibal Apocalypse, Tiger Joe, Raiders Of Atlantis). Made in the wake of the success of The Deer Hunter and shot on Philippine locations left over from Apocalypse Now, The Last Hunter is an over-the-top example of Italian exploitation filmmaking at its most shameless...and unforgettable.
DVD Extras Include:
Interviews with stars Tony King and John Steiner
Original Theatrical Trailer
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