Corrupt / Order Of Death / Copkiller was a (mostly) blind purchase that turned out to be very satisfying. Definitely worth a repeat viewing.
The Seventies version features lost, terrorized kids being saved by the actions of an adult search party. The Thirties version is a kid saving himself and his sweetheart, through his own ingenuity, because there are no adults are there to save him.
I don't regret buying the Blu-ray set, but I think I have a clearer idea why Shout Select chose to sell the series as a combo set instead of individually. The series has a few turkeys which showcase comedic sensibilities that honestly haven't aged very well over the past thirty-to-fifty-plus years.
The character of Joe Valachi was a big part of what kept me from enjoying the film. As a mobster, Valachi's not very successful. He's just a boss's driver, with a pair of legit side businesses, kind of passive and, ultimately, boring. He's not clever. He's not charismatic. He often comes across as bizarrely naive, at times, almost child-like.
Others testified that Van Damme had been warned, on multiple occasions, by the director and others to quit making contact during fight scenes, but that he continued to do so.
One of the few films in my collection I will have purchased SIX TIMES in various home video formats.