Matt Butler (Deon Stewardson) has joined soldiers battling Communist rebels and — yeah, this movie was made in South Africa during Apartheid when people were like, “Hey, don’t make movies there” and 21st Century and Menahem Golan were like, “I’m sorry, I’m going into a tunnel.” — the white mercenaries get the black tribesmen to fight their battles for them by murdering their families and obviously, hell is South Africa.
This was directed and written by Ronnie Isaacs, who was behind a lot of low budget action movies like Cobra Force and Rhino as well as The Pin-Up Girl and a sequel to that one.
There’s a decent amount of gore in this and lots of stuff gets blown up real good and isn’t that why we rented these movies? Ah, maybe it was the synth soundtracks, too.
You can watch this on Tubi.