RMG 182: Silent Rage (1982)

May 22, 2019

In this episode, the Retro Movie Geek crew are joined by King of the B-Movies, Joel D. Wynkoop (you can check out more from Joel here and here), and we’re geeking out over Silent Rage (1982) and

  • indestructable psycho killers
  • the good balance between horror and action
  • Chuck Norris movies
  • a Star Wars revelation
  • and much, much more!

Synopsis:

Chuck Norris, six-time World Karate Champion, stars in his first suspense film as the tough, street-fighting sheriff of a small Texas town terrorized by a psychotic killer.

Norris is faced with the dilemma of stopping the invincible murderer, made virtually indestructible through genetic engineering. A young group of researchers are responsible for developing the serum, and the head of the research institute is determined to continue the genetic experiments regardless of the consequences.

Norris displays fighting brilliance as he singlehandedly routs a dozen brutal bikers from a truckstop hangout, while revealing a warm and sexy side when he rekindles an old romance with Alison Halman, a researcher at the institute.

Excitement, horror, and romance revails as Norris combats the killer.

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School Hall Slaughter:

Huw Lloyd, creator and host of The Undead Wookie podcast, is planning to shoot an 80’s style horror short during the summer of 2019, called “School Hall Slaughter”, and for this he’s set up a GoFundMe page! Please check it out here, for all the information, and updates! And while you’re there… Please make a donation too! Huw will be happy you did! And so would we!

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