NEWS: Ungovernable Films’ recently released the punxploitation film ‘The Ungovernable Force’.

Ungovernable Films’ recently released the punxploitation film ‘The Ungovernable Force’. Its an exploitation movie for the fans of … punk, B-movies, horror (comedy) and exploitation movies. Honestly I’m not a big fan of this kind of movies not for the comedy or exploitation part but more for the horror, the messy storylines and the lack of quality … well I’m just not a big B-movie fan but hey it is an underground movie so don’t expect Hollywood kind off things but a DIY punk approach … and that’s what I support.

In this movie the film follows a group of young punks teaming up with bums to fight a sadistic sheriff running for mayor on the American Fascist Party platform. You know the drill … we hate …  fascist cops …. I mostly liked the first part of the movie because I was curious about it, they lost me a bid in the middle button I got back a little towards the end. The movie is loaded with violence, police brutality, mutants, drugs, sex and rock and roll. I lifted a few eyebrows but also had a few laughs. For not being a big fan it had enjoyable moments. Guess I’m more interested in the full soundtrack with bands as Flux of Pink Indians, Art Attacks, English Dogs, The Blood, Misery, Zounds, Paranoid Visions, Protex, The Kids, and many more! Four tracks also got released on a limited edition 7″.

Now some name dropping. The movie features b-horror legends Tony Moran (Halloween), Lloyd Kaufman (Troma co-founder), Debbie Rochon (Tromeo and Juliet, crowned 1990s “Scream Queen of the Decade”), Apache Ramos (The Warriors), and Bill Weeden. Also featured in The Ungovernable Force are punk rock legends Steve Ignorant (CRASS), Steve Lake (Zounds), Nick Cash (999), Zillah Minx (Rubella Ballet), Mensi (Angelic Upstarts), Shend (The Cravats), Paul Russo (The Unseen), Mark Geanakakis and PJ Rodrigues.

The Ungovernable Force is produced by Ungovernable Films, written/directed by Paul M McAlarney, distributed by BrinkVision and available on VHS, DVD, and Blu-Ray, check out


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