Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Angel of Destruction stars female martial-arts expert Maria Ford in the title role. In the tradition of the "B" westerns of Yore, Ford sets out to avenge her sister's murderer. She's essentially a woman of peace, though she leaves a lot of her opponents in pieces. There's gore galore before she corners the killers, and it is for this reason, rather than the frequent glimpses of the leading lady's bare torso, that the film is rated R. The saving grace of Angel of Destruction, for non-chopsocky fans, is the fact that Maria Ford actually has a soupcon of acting ability.
Apocalypse, bad-guy, family-member, good-guy, revenge, violence