Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Cameron Mitchell seems to have spent the better part of the 1980s starring in films about African revolutions. The plot of Killers is set in motion by a military coup, toppling a decent regime and installing a vicious dictator. Most of the action takes place in the jungle, and much of it is filmed with a vertigo-inducing hand-held camera. As is often the case in films like these, the audience has trouble determining who the true heroes and villains are until about ten minutes before the end. Killers also stars Alicia Hammond and Robert Dix.
war, bad-guy-vs-bad-guy, coup, jungle, military, oppression, revolution