Enemy Territory (film)
|Directed by||Peter Manoogian|
|Produced by||Cynthia DePaula
|Written by||Stuart M. Kaminsky
Ray Parker Jr.
|Music by||Sam Winans
Richard "Koz" Kosinski
|Cinematography||Ernest R. Dickerson|
|Edited by||Peter Teschner|
|Distributed by||Empire Pictures|
|22 May 1987|
Enemy Territory is a 1987 American action film.
Barry is a formerly successful insurance executive whose career and life are being destroyed by alcoholism, which is why he ends heading to the notorious New York City housing project Lincoln Towers to try and complete a life insurance policy sale to a nice elderly woman named Elva. Unfortunately for Barry, he quickly becomes the hated target of a savage gang called the Vampires, who run the Towers. An attempt to kill him leads to a security guard's death and Barry's entrapment inside the building. Fortunately, he makes reluctant allies of a soft-spoken but tough repairman named Will and a psychotic but fearless Vietnam veteran named Parker, and in tandem with Elva's determined daughter Toni they spend the worst night of their lives standing up against the evil of the Vampires.
- Gary Frank as Barry
- Ray Parker Jr. as Will
- Jan-Michael Vincent as Parker
- Frances Foster as Elva Briggs
- Tony Todd as The Count
- Stacey Dash as Toni Briggs
- Deon Richmond as Chet
The film was given a limited theatrical release on May 22, 1987. Later that year, CBS/Fox released the film on videocassette and laserdisc. To this day, the film has never been released on a region 1 DVD and as of February 26, 2010, 20th Century Fox has no current plans to release the film onto DVD.
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