A film by Mike Marvin
With Charlie Sheen, Nick Cassavetes, Sherilyn Fenn and Randy Quaid
While with his girlfriend Keri (Sherilyn Fenn), Jamie is savagely attacked by Packard Walsh (Nick Cassavetes) and his gang, locked in the boot of his car pushed over from the top of a cliff. Jamie is presumed dead but his body is never found.
Years later, while Keri is under the yoke of Packard, Jake, a mysterious man who looks like Jamie, appears in the city.
At the same time, a mysterious car, the Turbo Interceptor, sparks off Packard and his clique in lethal car duels. One by one, members of the Packard band die ...
This is a good film that smacks the 1980: electronic music, look and atmopshere (burger restaurants with waitresses in roller skates). Although his name is at the top of the bill, Charlie Sheen, in the role of the hero coming back from the dead to avenge his murder at the wheel of his car, rarely appears on the screen and his few appearances are limited to riding his bike and skates making out with Sherilyn Fenn. The real star of the film happens to be Nick Cassavetes (son of John) in the role of rogue Packard Walsh.
For fans of racing cars and nostalgics of the 1980''s.