Lee Frost was a wildly controversial film-maker/pornographer responsible for several memorable grindhousse features including ' Race With the Devil',
'Chain Gang Women' & 'The Thing With Two Head's' but my favourite's 'The Black Gestapo starring NAACP Image Award winner Charles Robinson. The 'Night
Court' actor plays a civil rights warrior desperate to drive off the super-duper racist mobsters terrorising the community. The director (who reminds
me of Joe Dante) cameos as the Godfather of the crime syndicate but the villain of the piece is really a militant named Kojah who forms The Black
Gestapo based on the strategies deployed against civilians during the rise of Nazi Germany. Kojah (played by 'The Black Godfather's Rod Perry) becomes
the city's self appointed king and immediately takes control of the drug industry foisting the narcotics onto the population to create a dependant
slave race while he and his terrorist army live luxury behind a gated compound in the heart of California preparing an attack on white America. It's
up to Robinson to infiltrate Kojah's fortress single-handedly to take down the terrorist threat which has proven itself infinitely more evil than the
goons shaking the community down before. It plays out better than you'd expect thanks to a gutsy script by Frost and Wes Bishop. Bishop was an
intelligence officer in the U.S. Army and has obviously drawn on his combat training & experience in drafting this highly recommended time capsule
worthy adventure. Sensitive viewers will be appalled at the sexual violence, stereotypes and name calling but I got over it pretty quickly at the age
of 10 when it came out as I recall. Watched it for the 1st time since and marvelled at the similarity to BLM today and their agenda/tactics. Look for
'Ilsa: She Wolf of the S.S.' actress Uschi Digard as Kojah's personal use sex slave.
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