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Introducing Grindhouse Releasing's uncut restoration of Umberto Lenzi's iconic poliziottesco, THE TOUGH ONES (a.k.a. ROMA A MANO ARMATA). Our deluxe edition 3 disc Blu-ray set is a must-have for fans of Eurocrime and comes packed with exclusive bonus features, including the CD soundtrack composed by Franco Micalizzi. In addition to the Blu-ray set, we also offer officially licensed THE TOUGH ONES T-shirts and other merchandise, perfect for fans of the film. Don't miss out on this classic masterpiece and shop now for your own copy of THE TOUGH ONES.

Umberto Lenzi, the legendary director of CANNIBAL FEROX, kicked off the Italian police film craze with this hyper-kinetic, ultra-violent, brain-blasting action thriller. Maurizio Merli stars as an Italian DIRTY HARRY, punching and shooting his way through the sleazy drug, sex and crime infested cesspool of mid-’70s Rome, on the trail of a sadistic, machine gun-toting hunchback, played by Tomas Milian (star of THE BIG GUNDOWN).

“One of the most gonzo, over-the-top Euro crime films you’ll ever see.”
American Cinematheque

“Containing little idealism and much violence for the sake of violence…director Umberto Lenzi keeps his action, cast and cameras moving along at a fast clip.”

“The quintessential ‘Polizieschi’ movie. It has all the ingredients necessary – Alfa Romeo cars, stereotypical bad guys, angry ‘beat the system’ cops and lashings of over the top violence.”
Jonny Redman, LoveLockandLoad

“OUTSTANDING…Maurizio Merli is Inspector Tanzi, a mega-mustached cop who’s forced to square off with Tomas Milian, a psychotic cripple appropriately nicknamed The Hunchback. Along the way, there’s plenty of innocents getting mowed down with machine guns, low-level criminals having their faces beaten in, incredibly energetic car chases, and so much more – all set to a wonderful score by Franco Micalizzi. A giant hit in its native Italy, it’s a wild slice of Eurotrash, showcasing Lenzi at his best, and a perfect starting place for the genre if you’re unfamiliar. You simply can’t go wrong!”
Bruce Holecheck, Cinema Arcana