Like its cowardly racist main villain, this grindhouse flick and notorious video nasty is a lot more talk than actual bite but worth a watch for its sheer balls - the kind of raw, angry filmmaking that only the 70s could have produced.
The first act of this movie has some of the most exciting low-budget genre filmmaking I've ever seen. The pacing is great. The editing. The use of dispatchers' radio calls as a narrative tool. Just really cool, inventive stuff. The final two acts make the first act seem accidental, however. Still, worth watching.