Riot on 42nd Street 2009 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Once upon a time, there existed a sleazy haven for degenerates, junkies, prostitutes and thugs. That place was 42nd Street, the Deuce. In the 80s, the Deuce still clung to its unsavory origins. For better or worse, Glen Barnes (John Patrick Hayden) looks to keep his grindhouse operation legitimate and must fight the underworld criminals who hold sway in
these parts. When Glen’s entire staff is massacred on opening night, Glen must revert back to his violent history to exact a little revenge. Meanwhile, Glen’s cop ex-girlfriend (Michelle Owens) tries to convince him to keep his nose clean while her partner, played by Jeff Fahey (Lost, Planet Terror, tries to snuff their rekindling romance.
About Riot on 42nd Street (2009)
Riot on 42nd Street
John Patrick Hayden, Michelle Owens, Jeff Fahey,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
89 minutesDirector: Tim Kincaid,
Cool Posts From Around the Web:
Related Riot on 42nd Street News
House at the End of the Street is looking to be a great horror movie coming this September 21, 2012. They have just released a huge 10 photo movie still gallery giving us some pics as the relationship begins to form between the two. The horror film is directed by…
Fox Home Entertainment has dropped the new cover art for their latest step into the horror movie world of vampires, Fright Night 2: New Blood. I am not a huge fan of Jaime Murray but anyone can admit, girl can act. I am actually looking forward to seeing her play…
Lionsgate will be releasing Goblin on July 26th. Goblin is directed by Jeffery Scott Lando, and stars Gil Bellows, Tracy Spiridakos, Camille Sullivan, and Donnelly Rhodes. Following in the Halloween tradition where some folk decorate their homes while others throw huge parties. Some people like tossing hideously deformed children into…
Support Hell Horror by sharing our articles and following us on Facebook/Twitter/Google+/Pinterest: