Red Scorpion (Blu-ray/DVD Combo)
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- All-New 2K High-Definition Digital Restoration of the Uncensored Version
- Audio Commentary with Director Joseph Zito and Mondo Digital’s Nathaniel Thompson
- All-New DTS-HD MA 5.1 Soundtrack Mixed Specifically for This Release
- HATH NO FURY – DOLPH LUNDGREN AND THE ROAD TO RED SCORPION Featurette
- ASSIGNMENT: AFRICA – Video Interview with Producer Jack Abramoff
- SCORPION TALES – Video Interview with Make-Up Effects Artist Tom Savini
- Rare Original On-Set Behind-the-Scenes Video Footage
- Animated Still Gallery
- Liner Notes on the Making of RED SCORPION by Jérémie Damoiseau
- Theatrical Trailer and TV Spots
- Reversible Cover Design
Top Customer Reviews
The customer is rating a product because they don't have a Blu-ray player, but fail to mention they can CERTAINLY play the standard definition DVD inside, which contains all the same special features as the Blu-ray, but in DVD format. The film is a combo pack, and the picture included in the listing clearly shows it also contains a standard definition DVD version inside.
Events take place in an African nation where forces of the Soviet Union and Cuba, are involved in the subjugation of the native people. Operating independently of the Cubans, the Soviets are after a rebel leader named Ango Sundata (Ruben Nthodi) who is in hiding somewhere in the bush. Following orders from General Vortek (T.P. McKenna), Rachenko gets himself tossed in jail, where Sundata's close friend Kallunda Kintash (Al White) is being held. When the opportunity presents itself, Rachenko, Kintash, and gutter-mouthed American reporter Dewey Nelson (M. Emmet Walsh), make a spectacular escape.
The trio eventually meet up with Sundata`s group, but Nikolai fails in his attempt to kill him and is knocked out and captured by the Cubans. Nikolai is abandoned by his commander, and suffers some cruel torture, before again escaping from captivity.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Another fun 80s action movie!
I really enjoyed it and wished that Russian double barrel machine gun had more screen time! Read more
...Ok, something of a caveat here. I am not rating this film using my normal standards. If you want a "thinking man's" film about a Soviet soldier switching sides... Read more
One of best Dolph movie. remind me old days of Rock III and Rambo IIIPublished 8 months ago by DannyGS
Great 80's movie. Everybody who likes Rambo will love this movie. It is so cheesy.Published 9 months ago by Thomas
Great shoot'em up bang bang boy movie. Really enjoyed it , and hope to see more like it ! Semper FIDELIS !Published 11 months ago by Ronnie T.