The Capitol Conspiracy
Ashok Amitraj, Andrew Stevens, Roger Corman (executive) for Royal Oaks Entertainment, Concorde/New Horizon
directed by Fred Olen Ray (as Ed Raymond)
starring Don 'The Dragon' Wilson, Barbara Steele, Alexander Keith, Paul Michael Robinson, Arthur Roberts, Rick Dean, Jenna Bodnar, Sid Sham, Chick Vennera, Robert Quarry, Eric Lawson, Richard Gabay, Mirron E.Willis, Sam Hiona, Warren A.Stevens, Ric Drasin, Joe Rose, Alex Grant, Steve Scionti, Ted Monte, Jesse Long, Gary J.Wayton, Kelly Mattson, Kit Mattson, Megan Johnson, Susan Ham, Jonathon Fletcher, Chris Graver, William Kuehn
written by Ron McKenan, music by Timothy Wynn
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The CIA orders agent Maddox (Don 'The Dragon' Wilson) to apprehend 5
suspected terrorists and bring them in, or kill them if they resist.
Paired with agent Vicki (Alexander Keith), whom he soon has sex with, he
pays a visit to one suspect after the next, people from very diverse walks
of life, and none of them seems like a terrorist to him - yet somehow they
all end up dead. During his little excursion though, Maddox feels some
link with the suspects, a link that might have to do with his clairvoyant
abilities, and memories of his childhood in a lab begin to haunt him. But
he hasn't got too much time to muse about that because the CIA has already
sent top agent Hunter (Paul Michael Robinson) after him, with orders to
kill him, because he, just like the five terror suspects, was part of a
CIA project calles Sunstreak that was designed to create humans with
clairvoyant abilities to win the Vietnam war. And as if that wasn't
enough, suddenly Vicki turns out to be against him as well.
not one to be easily defeated though, and after a series of chases
(including one atop a moving train) and shoot-outs, he manages to knock
out Vicki, kill Hunter and all of his men, and with the help of his own
foster father (Arthur Roberts), a CIA agent himself, he manages to enter
CIA-headquarters and put agent Oakley (Barbara Steele), head of the whole
Sunstreak project, and all of her men under arrest.
movie with certain sci-fi-elements that has rather little to go for it.
Sure, the production values are quite high for a Fred Olen Ray-movie, and
the action is rather well-handled (apart from the Dragon's martial arts
scenes, which leave something to be desired), but there is little to
distinguish this one from others of its ilk - even horror icon Barbara
Steele's performance is, while competent, about as one-dimensional as her
Sure, there is worse out there, but that's not enough reason
to watch this film.