All Hell Breaks Loose in God’s Country! (May, 1976)









Vigilante Force is kinda like The Magnificent Seven gone horribly, horribly wrong. Ya see, when a small town finally gets fed up with the lawless, rowdy roughnecks of Mr. Big’s oil refinery, they turn to a group of Vietnam vets to bust some heads and restore order. Unfortunately, in an Orwellian twist, these vigilantes turn out to be just as bad — if not worse, than the Cracker Taliban. Will this vicious cycle ever end? Not without a few explosions it won’t. And remember, don’t ever bring a gun to a bazooka fight.

Vigilante Force (1976) Chateau Productions :: United Artists / P: Gene Corman / D: George Armitage / W: George Armitage / C: William Cronjager / E: Morton Tubor / M: Gerald Fried / S: Kris Kristofferson, Jan-Michael Vincent, Victoria Principal, Bernadette Peters, Andrew Stevens, Brad Dexter

2 Responses to “All Hell Breaks Loose in God’s Country! (May, 1976)”

  1. professormortis Says:

    Chad, if you haven’t seen this one yet-you really, really need to. It’s amazing.

  2. I’ve seen it, once, a million years ago on VHS. Would love to revisit it sometime. It’s really wild but there were certain weeks in the 1970’s when every theater in town was either playing something with Burt Reynolds or Jan Michael-Vincent.

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