A digital remastering and re-cut version of the 1987 film, "Straight to Hell Returns" revolves around a group of hapless bank robbers who bury their loot and attempt to hide out in what they think is a deserted desert town. They quickly discover that the town is not deserted which leads to feasting, singing and overall decadence followed by a slew of inevitable deaths.
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Did You Know?
To avoid confusion, this film is the director's cut version of the original Straight to Hell (1987). According to Alex Cox on his website, after he saw the Redux version of Apocalypse Now (1979), Alex wanted to make a new version of STH using digital techniques that he couldn't use at the time (like the color change, digital blood, etc). He worked with Collateral Imagine who did the effects of Cox's Repo Chick (2009) to do the digital effects. The film is also six minutes longer, which Cox regretfully admits to cutting at the time of release. See more
Version of Straight to Hell