Mark L. Lester’s (Steel Arena, Class of 1984) Truck Stop Women (review) is an exploitation feature that treats sex, violence, and sensationalism with love and affection.
The story concerns a bloody turf battle between Smith (John Martino, The Godfather), a mob hit man, and independent gun moll Anna (Lieux Dressler, Kingdom of the Spiders) over Anna’s prostitution and theft operation, originating out of a highway truck stop.
Helping Anna to fight for her right to promote thievery and debauchery is her well-endowed daughter Rose (Claudia Jennings, Gator Bait). As the plot and plenty of flesh is revealed, Rose is coaxed to Smith’s side of the field with the incitement of some long green, while the body count on both sides continues to rise. This drive-in classic is available in the UK for the first time in widescreen – from a brand-new HD master – courtesy of 88 Films!
Dusty Russell shows off his talent as the greatest daredevil on the circuit. Later, he awaits the biggest challenge of his career. Steel Arena is an interesting look at small-town America, where people will risk their lives for entertainment.
Featuring some spectacular car stunts and crashes, the film chronicles Dusty’s attempts at devising the ultimate stunts and crashes, so that he can qualify to participate in a lucrative stunt show. Mark L. Lester (Truck Stop Women, Class of 1984) first ‘edge of your seat’ action movie is available in the UK for the first time in widescreen – from a brand-new HD master – courtesy of 88 Films!
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