Delirium

  • 1979
  • Movie
  • R
  • Crime

A low-budget independent shot on 16mm and blown up to 35mm for distribution. Members of an underground organization, led by successful businessman (and Vietnam veteran) Winchester, travel throughout the country executing criminals whom they feel have gotten away with their crimes due to an ineffectual justice system. Everything goes smoothly for the assassins...read more

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A low-budget independent shot on 16mm and blown up to 35mm for distribution. Members of an underground organization, led by successful businessman (and Vietnam veteran) Winchester, travel throughout the country executing criminals whom they feel have gotten away with their crimes due to an

ineffectual justice system. Everything goes smoothly for the assassins until one of their agents, Panouzis (another crazed Vietnam vet), snaps and goes on a killing spree that focuses mainly on pretty women. The rest of the film is one gory scene after another until detectives Cekovsky and Broeck

catch the killer and his boss with the help of a victim's roommate, Chaney. Unfortunately, the script uses flashbacks to the Vietnam war to explain why the killers were motivated to do what they did, furthering the notion that vets from that war returned as disturbed killers who could explode at

any moment.

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  • Released: 1979
  • Rating: R
  • Review: A low-budget independent shot on 16mm and blown up to 35mm for distribution. Members of an underground organization, led by successful businessman (and Vietnam veteran) Winchester, travel throughout the country executing criminals whom they feel have gotte… (more)

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