Virtually banned before its release for filming in parts of South Africa, this achieved its audience on VHS and thankfully is now available on DVD. This is Dolph's RAMBO and he has a cracking time here as the Spetsnaz advisor sent into the bush to kill the leader of an African rebel movement. After his eyes are opened as to the plight of the indigenous population he turns his considerable killing skills towards his former masters. Some of the interior scenes aren't particularly well lit but the rest is well put together. There's a bit of comic relief in the form of M Emmet Walsh and no love interest to speak of, but this is an action picture and it delivers in spades. The combat scenes are first class and I particularly like the moments when he stalks fellow "advisors" through the compound corridors before bringing down a massive Hind gunship carrying his treacherous commander. The production values aren't as polished as either Rambo or Commando but it's just as fun.