CRAZY SIX REVIEWED
“Crazy Six” is an Albert Pyun film that has Burt Reynolds playing a cowboy in Eastern Europe. Mind you that this was the same year that landed Burt Reynolds an Oscar nomination for Boogie Nights. After the rival mobs go crazy trying to secure the best weapons, a gang war erupts. The film is shot like an art picture with some of the most amazing cinematography that I’ve seen in a Pyun movie. However, it still doesn’t make up for the lack of a solid script. The cast is still amazing and might be the last A-list cast in a Pyun movie. Check it out if you are curious.
- 2.40:1 1080p transfer
- LPCM 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 8/28/18
The Plot Thus Far
The Eastern Bloc has fallen and Communism is dead. In its place has come new opportunity – but not without a deadly price. Powerful Mafia families have emerged from the anarchy to vie for control of the lucrative underground weapons and technology trade. Crazy Six (Rob Lowe, The West Wing) and Dirty Mao (Mario Van Peebles, New Jack City) are the leaders of two rivaling mob families, who agree to form an uneasy alliance in order to overthrow Raul (Ice-T, Law and Order: SVU), the head of one of the largest crime cartels in Europe. But when the mission goes awry, the place turns into a deadly battleground with three world class gangsters fighting each other to death.
From Executive Producer Tom Karnowski (Star Wars: The Last Jedi) and legendary cult movie director Albert Pyun (Cyborg), CRAZY SIX also stars Academy Award Nominee Burt Reynolds (Boogie Nights, Smokey and the Bandit), Ivana Milicevic (Just Like Heaven, What’s Your Number) and Thom Matthews (Return of the Living Dead, Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI) in the movie that proves the sixth one in the family is just a little bit crazy!