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Down Twisted

Down Twisted
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by Yoram Globus
Menahem Golan
Written by Gene O'Neill
Tom O'Niell
Albert Pyun
Noreen Tobin
Starring Carey Lowell
Charles Rocket
Trudy Dotchterman
Norbert Weisser
Linda Kerridge
Nicholas Guest
Thom Mathews
Courteney Cox
Galyn Görg
Music by Eric Allaman
Cinematography Walt Lloyd
Edited by Dennis M. O'Connor
Distributed by The Cannon Group
Norstar Releasing
Golan-Globus Productions
Release dates March 16, 1987
Running time 88 mim.
Country United States
Language English

Down Twisted is a 1987 thriller film, directed by Albert Pyun, starring Carey Lowell, Charles Rocket, Courteney Cox, Norbert Weisser Linda Kerridge, Trudi Docterman and Nicholas Guest.

Plot summary

A naïve, good-hearted Los Angeles waitress does not think twice about helping her troubled roommate. Her help lands her in Central America fleeing for her life with a grungy mercenary.

Release

The film was given a limited theatrical release in March 1987. The film did not make its home video premiere in the United States until 1990 when Media Home Entertainment released it onto video shelves. The film has never been released onto DVD and as of December 4, 2010, MGM, the current rights holder to the film, has no current plans to release the film onto DVD or Blu-ray format.

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