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After making his mark with a series of offbeat gory horror movies, producer J.R. Bookwalter (“The Dead Next Door”) took a rare detour into the revenge subgenre with “Maximum Impact,” a shot-on-video action thriller which never quite has a chance to live up to its ambitious title. Shot in December, 1991 on a shoestring budget of less than $2,500, this misguided effort remains an elusive find for hardcore VHS collectors nearly 30 years after release. While on business in the city, insurance salesman Jerry Handley rescues a teenage prostitute from a ruthless pimp and his thugs. In retaliation, the gang raids Jerry’s sleepy community, killing whoever stands in the way until an average man has no choice but to unleash his own special brand of vengeance! Painstakingly restored from original Super-VHS-C camera masters with a dynamic new 5.1 surround remix, camcorder drama “Maximum Impact” barrels onto Blu-ray together with never-before-seen bonus materials from the Tempe vaults, three audio commentaries, and original 1992 home video presentation captured from the archival edit master.