If as a kid you loved walking the aisles of your local video store and picking out vaguely trashy, straight-to-video titles and watching (and most likely making fun of) them with some like-minded friends, then have we got a movie for you. It's called Madso's War, was written by Battle: Los Angeles scribe Christopher Bertolini and last week Fox dropped it on a DVD store shelf near you.
And this week we've got a clip for you-- and it's amazing in a probably unintended, this-should-be-on-VHS-in-the-'90s kind of way. Plus, where else can you expect to find the hottie lead of the straight-to-video Tekken movie (Kelly Overton) seduced by the star of Anacondas: The Hunt For the Blood Orchid (Matthew Marsden)? Don't worry, it's a Safe For Work clip considering it's as awkwardly funny as it is sexy.
"Mike "Madso" Madden (Marsden) leads a gang of small-time criminals on the gritty backstreets of Boston. When the local Irish mob boss goes on the lam, Madso and his crew are thrust into an epic street war, as rival gangsters and corrupt cops fight it out for control of the mobster's hidden fortune."
I don't know about you, but that clip makes us need a hot shower and some of "da' hair soap."