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Directed byAlbert Pyun
Written byHannah Blue, Andrew Markell
StarringIce-T, Silkk the Shocker
CinematographyPhilip Alan Waters
Edited byErrin Vasquez
Music byIce-T, Anthony Riparetti
Release date
  • 1999 (1999)
CountryUnited States

Corrupt is a 1999 film starring Ice-T and Silkk the Shocker.


After decades of street violence, two gangs have finally made a truce. MJ (Silkk The Shocker) has finally found a way to get out of the deadly neighborhood him and his sister Jodi are living in. Corrupt (Ice-T) the only person standing in MJ's way of leaving. This will result in a war between two gangs.



Director Pyun shot Corrupt simultaneously with The Wrecking Crew and Urban Menace in a derelict factory in Eastern Europe, originally intending Urban Menace and The Wrecking Crew as sections of a single film; the producers decided to make two films.[1]


Corrupt was received poorly. Ice-T bashed the film on the commentary. It received low ratings. It received two rotten reviews on Rotten Tomatoes.[2]


  1. ^ Douglas Pratt, Doug Pratt's DVD: Movies, Television, Music, Art, Adult, and More!, New York: Harbor, 2004, ISBN 9781932916003, p. 1299.
  2. ^ "Corrupt (1999)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved 23 May 2019.