By Eric Mattina | Indiewire November 9, 2012 at 1:02PM
Twenty-five years after its flop micro-release (mostly in Orlando), "Miami Connection" has finally found the cult worship it deserves following Alamo Drafthouse Cinema's programmer Zack Carlson rediscovery of the film on eBay. (Read more about that history here.) The film, which revolves around a martial arts rock band and their fight against a group of drug-dealing motorcycle ninjas, has already made appearances at various festivals and will now be rolled out across the country starting today. It currently has a B+ average on Criticwire.
An exclusive (and uplifting) clip from the film can be found below.