- Actors: Chuck Norris, Rutger Hauer, Jan-Michael Vincent, Terry O'Quinn, Ron Silver
- Directors: Various
- Format: Anamorphic, NTSC, Widescreen
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: May 16, 2017
- Run Time: 277 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B06XPFWPLW
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(1982) - Color - R
Chuck Norris, Ron Silver
Science created him. Now Chuck Norris must destroy him. Sheriff Stevens (Norris) is faced with stopping a crazed murderer, made virtually indestructible through genetic engineering.
White Line Fever
(1975) - Color - PG
Jan-Michael Vincent, Kay Lenz, Slim Pickens
In the 1970s Arizona, a young married man becomes an independent long-haul driver and he risks his life fighting the corruption in the local long-haul trucking industry.
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Anyway, these films are somewhat more random than they might first appear. White Line is one of those 70's trucker films that were popular in the 70's. A solid cast, but you don't hear about those actors so much anymore. Rutger Hauer makes for a solid hero in the small little movie Blind Furry.
Silent Rage is a different film for Chuck. It's sort of an action/Sci-fi/Horror hybrid. I never found the tonal shifts to be all that annoying, but they're there. Brian Libby is pretty solid as the Michael Myerish bad guy here. Chuck does his thing, but Ron Silver is clearly the best actor here. Honestly, as good as this film is, he deserved much better parts. But he gives this film some credibility as the doctor that is supposed to keep Kirby under control.
There is a typical Chuck action/fight scene, but the score and the slasher elements is what makes this movie work. The ending is rather solid.
THOUGHTS: Rutger Hauer's BLIND RAGE has long been a favorite of mine. Yeah, so it's a thinly veiled re-working of the classic YOJIMBO series of Japanese-made films featuring the clever & lethal blind Samurai. So what? Hauer makes a deceptively simple leading man. His laid back acting approach coupled with a roster of terrific co-stars, plus a non-typical storytelling style makes this one really enjoyable, but it's probably not suitable for younger viewers, what with all the graphic violence. Anyone can plainly see that BLIND FURY is well done and lots of fun.
I'd never seen (or even heard of) Chuck Norris' flick SILENT RAGE before. After it was over, I was stunned to realize that the movie is basically a remake of that schlocky old low budget Lon Chaney "B" flick, INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN! Thinking about it, that's actually pretty damn cool. LOL. The action is typical Norris, and as such is a lot of corny high-kickin' fun. The only negative, for me, was the inclusion of the UNfunny idiot Chuck gets saddled with in the form of his deputy, played by the late Stephen (Animal House) Furst. Other than that, SILENT RAGE is a solid little action/horror movie, but it's got more than a touch of exploitation-tinged blood & gore so, again, not really one for the kiddies.
WHITE LINE FEVER was a first watch for me, as well. I'd known of the film for years, but had just never gotten around to watching it. I was surprised at how engaging and well done it was. Jan-Michael Vincent makes for a charismatic lead, playing headstrong Vietnam vet-turned-independent trucker, Carol-Jo Hummer. He gets plenty of top notch support from a bevy of strong co-stars, including Kay Lenz, L.Q. Jones, and the one and only Slim Pickens. Some excellent stunt work and beautiful desert location scenery add to the flavor. This one's perhaps the best of the bunch.
THE BLU-RAY: Regrettably, this is yet another anemic plain jane release from Mill Creek, but that's more or less typical for them. I want to say that there is noticeable dirt & debris to be found throughout all three films, but it doesn't make them unwatchable by any means. I'd say the video quality is somewhere between DVD & Blu-ray overall. There was no artifacting, pixelation, edge enhancement, nor crush that I could detect on any of the movies. That was my main concern with buying a single disc triple feature (especially from Mill Creek), but thankfully the audio/video quality across all three movies is strong & sturdy, with WHITE LINE FEVER probably the best quality of the three. So while this release certainly isn't anything fancy, it's a good value. For what it costs, I think you get your money's worth.