|Backtrack 1991 R, 98 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Comedy
Director: Dennis Hopper
Cast: Jodie Foster, Dennis Hopper, Dean Stockwell, Vincent Price, John Turturro, Joe Pesci, Fred Ward, Julie Adams, Charlie Sheen, Sy Richardson, Tony Sirico, Frank Gio, Helena Kallianiotes, Kevin Bourland, Carl David Burks
Milo (Dennis Hopper) is an assassin hired to kill Anne Benton (Jodie Foster)–who witnessed a Mafia murder. Anne is trailed by the police as well as Milo and heads for Mexico. When Milo finds Anne, he falls in love with her and they take off together.
|Spike of Bensonhurst 1988 R, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Paul Morrissey
Cast: Ernest Borgnine, Sasha Mitchell, Anne DeSalvo, Sylvia Miles, Geraldine Smith, Talisa Soto, Antonia Rey, Rick Aviles, Christopher Anthony Young, Maria Pitillo, Karen Shallo, Mario Todisco, Rodney Harvey, Frank Adonis, Frank Gio
A young boxer, Spike Fumo (Sasha Mitchell), tries to gain success in the ring, but involvement with the Mafia brings on personal problems.
|Who Do I Gotta Kill? 1992 N/R, 86 min.|
aka: Me and the Mob
Director: Frank Rainone
Cast: James Lorinz, Tony Darrow, John Costelloe, Vincent Pastore, Frank Gio, Richard Bright, Sandra Bullock, Stephen Lee, Anthony Michael Hall, Steve Buscemi
Things just aren't going right for Jimmy (James Lorinz). His latest novel isn't selling, his girlfriend left him (right in the middle of sex), he's kicked out of his favorite bar, and he can't seem to come up with a storyline for his next book. He even fails in suicide attempts. So when it is suggested that he write a real-life account of the underworld, he joins the mob. It just keeps on going downhill from there in this low budget effort. It was even renamed as "Me and the Mob" for video release to capitalize on the popular "Married to the Mob."
|1. Backtrack (1991)|
2. Spike of Bensonhurst (1988)
3. Who Do I Gotta Kill? (1992)
aka: Me and the Mob
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