Charged with murder and likely going to jail, crime boss Reg Bellavance is out on bail and wants to skip town with his son. The only problem is that the money he had stashed away for just such an occasion has gone missing.
Bellevance gives his right hand man Lloyd a simple order: Find his money, kill everyone who had a hand in stealing it and make it messy. Lloyd and his crew tear out into the city and begin carrying out the order in brutal fashion… They have no idea just how dangerous their job is about to get. –SXSW
The low-budget nature of the production frequently pokes through, particularly in the poorly mic'd dialogue and sometimes amateur acting, but I can guarantee you I woulda loved this movie at age 13. The ultimate middle school 'problem child' is unleashed on a group of shotgun-toting goons in what amounts to a R-rated "Home Alone" by way of "Die Hard." Enjoyable if you don't take it too seriously.
There's some undeniable enjoyment to be had from watching two alums of *Twin Peaks* share the screen again (Ray Wise and Dana Ashbrook), but the deeper you get into the picture, the more you find its plot, pacing, and characterization falling down on the job. Some stylish, startling moments, but also just as many that are pure cartoon (like that ending for instance, a wish-fulfillment fantasy for a 13-year-old).