$1.5 million cached in a secret stash. And only Curtis Hook (Jim Brown) knows where it's at. The hitch? He's tied up doing time in the stir, and his hidden kitty's spot is scheduled for demolition. Looks like Curtis is going over the wall. Too bad for him there's a legion of mooks and mugs anxious to know what Curtis did with the stolen mob moolah. And if he can survive his fellow cons, he still needs to get past the corrupt screws "guarding" the slam's inmates. What good is a trunk full of bucks when your life ain't worth a dime? The Slams was an early effort by prolific indie turned journeyman pro Jonathan Kaplan, whose many credits include the cult favorites White Line Fever and Over the Edge (featuring Kaplan's discovery, Matt Dillon). His more mainstream accomplishments include directing Jodie Foster's Oscar® winning performance in The Accused. The Slams also features a rare movie score from legendary Broadway arranger Luther Henderson.