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Poster of The Demolitionist   (1995)

A murdered police officer is brought back to life by a cold-hearted scientist to serve as "The Demolitionist", the ultimate crime-fighting weapon in a city overrun by criminals and internal corruption.

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The Demolitionist (1995)

a A-Pix Entertainment, Le Monte Entertainment and Planet Productions Production in USA

STARS Nicole Eggert Bruce Abbott Susan Tyrrell Peter Jason Sarah Douglas Andras Jones Heather Langenkamp David Anthony Marshall Richard Grieco Randy Vasquez Yvonne M. Cohrs Christopher Thunderwolf Jack Nance Chris Cowell Joseph Pilato

Action | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller

Rated R

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Sexy, Sex and Nude Scenes

A strip club set in a warehouse has many topless women dancing. A women runs around most of the movie in somewhat revealing leather/rubber outfits.

Violent and Bloody Scenes

Lots of gunplay throughout though most of it is not bloody. The movie starts with an electrocution. A man puts a cigarette out on a womans eyeball then rips her earring out.

Review

Recently I noticed that for some reason I seem to be really into mid-90's action B-movies, or maybe I just got lucky with the ones I saw. A few days ago I watched 'The Demolitionist' which can easily be written off as a Robocop rip-off and while the basic idea certainly is taken from Robocop it is very much its own film.

The psychological main conflict is that the resurrected female cop (who still has full control over herself) isn't comfortable with the fact that she is dead yet functioning better than ever thanks to her new high-tech blood. It's the kind of film in which every single character is morally degenerated and capable of anything, they all just have different motivations and enemies.

It's totally over the top, which goes for the performances as well as for the visual style. Half the movie is shot with tilted camera angles and other crazy perspectives, the light often is extremely artificial looking (usually blue).

It's mindless and the moment is more important than the whole but it does have a story and a sense of progress which keeps the ball rolling until the end (where it eventually falls apart, unfortunately). One interesting touch is how bullet impacts are visualized. Instead of blood spurting a fine red dust comes out of the guy who gets hit, so that he goes down in a red cloud. Cheap? Well, it's expressionistic.

Most interestingly I found out that all those mid-90's action B-movies I like have a common staff member - supervising sound editor Patrick M. Griffith. If you liked 'The Demolitionist' I guess I can recommend other films I enjoyed as much and in which making this man happens to have been involved: Mean Guns, Retroactive, Omega Doom, and Death Machine, which are all much better enjoyed in their original aspect ratio but can be difficult to find this way on purchasable data storage devices.