White Line Fever

Pedal through the metal, baby.

Driving it like he stole it, trucker Jan-Michael Vincent goes toe-to-toe, and tire-to-tire, with a corrupt corporation financed by the mob in this rough-and-ready ’70s drive-in classic.

There’s some plot, of course, and random dialogue, but the film exists for two scenes, both of which send adrenaline straight to our cerebral cortex.

In the first, Vincent hangs off the back of a speeding semi, firing a shotgun at his rivals.

Later, in the ultimate capper, our hard-drivin’ hero sends his vehicle crashing right into the heart of the Evil Empire.

Deep? No.

Fun? Heck yes.

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