Charles Stewart (Earle) is a Vietnam vet who wants answers about his brother Rick's death. He teams up with Dean Daniels (Ernblad), a reporter interested in missing Vietnam soldiers. It ...
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Charles Stewart (Earle) is a Vietnam vet who wants answers about his brother Rick's death. He teams up with Dean Daniels (Ernblad), a reporter interested in missing Vietnam soldiers. It turns out the evil Spacek (Fridh) started a training camp in South Africa to pump out Super Soldiers. These brainwashed, emotionless, unstoppable killing machines are now on the loose.
The massacre at the filling station, from around 6 minutes in the video, was reduced by removing impact shots and slow-motion exploding wounds;
The fight in the woods, at around 57 minutes, was reduced by removing most impact shots and slow motion exploding wounds. Sight of a man being stabbed in the chest, with bloody bubbling out of his mouth, was also removed;
All sight of a man being run over by a lorry, after falling from a car, at 65 minutes was removed;
The killing of a man on the floor of a kitchen, at around 84 minutes, was shortened by reducing the number of impact shots and exploding wounds.