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Published on May 26, 2010
Here's a blast of '70s Italian crime cinema at its finest, courtesy of underrated action director Mario Caiano. "Weapons of Death" is a triumph of style over content, featuring car chases, gun battles, beat-downs and wall-to-wall ultra violence, seasoned with the occasional moment of good old fashioned gratuitous gore. Leonard Mann is the stolid police inspector trying to keep a lid on crime in the city: "They pay me to protect everyone...the honest people and the pimps like you!" Henry Silva lends his iconic presence as an out-of-control underworld boss who engineers a series of brazen robberies on the streets of Naples. Francesco De Masi's adrenaline-laced music score is the icing on this gritty euro-crime cake. Coming to DVD from Dorado Films.