Directed by: Roberta Findlay
Actors: Joe Lynn, Mina Bern, Walter Bryant
Also known as: Game of Survival, Paihnidi thanatou, Slaughter in the South Bronx, Tappoleikki, Tenement: Game of Survival
Description: An ordinary house in the South Bronx. In its basement is often frequented by the gang of teenagers, wearing a “metal”, selling drugs, having a weapon and spitting on public opinion. The fact that they hold their gatherings there, doesn’t seem to like some of the residents who call the police once. Young bastards taken to the police station, but since when have nothing illegal was found, they are released. And they are angry, come back, and their leader decides to revenge, bloody revenge. First under their hot hand gets innocent Inspector Rex, and after – as if by chance people. Tasted blood, youths have decided to exterminate the people living in the house of one of them. Kill not just once, but having started a kind of game, breaking the floor of the house and gradually puttinga people to the attic, where it all and going to dunk. Phones do not work, the output is cut off. What unhappy when their lives are threatened by thugs?
Review: If you’re looking for a grimy, sleazy turd of a film, then boy, you’ve found it in this one. Roberta Findlay makes you wallow through the gutter in this one, and when it’s done you’ll feel like you need a shower. This is not a bad thing. It’s actually an effective little exploitation flick, just don’t expect to find any hidden meanings of life or anything profound like that.