WriterDon Carmody, John Dunning, Michael Paseornek CastLorenzo Lamas (Soldier Kelly), Michele Scarabelli (Dr. Pierce), Larry B. Scott (Speedboat), Kathleen Kinmont (Det. Lisa Forester) Similar moviesSnake Eater II: The Drug Buster and Snake Eater are part of the same movie series
TaglineThe SnakeEater is about to clean up the street. No matter how dirty he has to get.
Snake Eater II: The Drug Buster is a 1989 action film sequel to Snake Eater, written by Don Carmody and John Dunning, and directed by George Erschbamer. Star Lorenzo Lamas returns as ex-marine Jack Kelly, out to right the wrongs of the big city. He is not alone in this adventure, though: his trusty sidekick "Speedboat" (Larry B. Scott) is always near. The movie also stars Ron Palillo as Torchy.
In this installment of the series Jack Kelly tries to exterminate a major drug cartel after one of the students he is training in the martial arts dies of a suspected drug overdose. Kelly immediately leaps into action by uncovering a cache of weapons he saved from his marine days, and busting into a drug stronghold, guns blazing. Alas, after this battle he is arrested but saved from jail by the quick thinking of his lawyer, who gets him into an insane asylum. Here he will meet many "crazy" characters who will both assist and hinder his quest for justice. After escaping, Kelly continues his fight and eventually discovers that the drugs are laced with rat poison. After some more fighting he uses the drugs to kill the top men of the drug operation.