A favourite of Quentin Tarantino, ROLLING THUNDER is a quintessential revenge film from the 1970s. After eight years of torture in a POW camp, Major Charles Rane (William Devane, Marathon Man) returns home to receive a hero’s welcome and is awarded a big cash prize. Struggling to re-adjust to his former life, Rane faces another ordeal as a sadistic gang of thugs set their sights on his prize, killing his family and destroying his hand in the process. Now living only for vengeance, he enlists the help of his war buddy Johnny (Tommy Lee Jones, No Country For Old Men, Men in Black) to exact his own brand of justice.
ROLLING THUNDER was co-written by Hollywood legend Paul Schrader and was his first produced screenplay after Taxi Driver. The film’s title was also the inspiration for Tarantino’s video/DVD label, Rolling Thunder Pictures.
- Audio Commentary with Co-Writer Heywood Gould, Moderated by Roy Frumkes
- Original Theatrical Trailer with Introduction and Commentary by Eli Roth
- Exclusive Interview with Linda Haynes
- Original TV Spot