Murphy Dunn (Anderson), a down and out private detective, is hired by a sultry woman from his past to find her missing son. While investigating with Al Jackson (Pouncy), his foxy sidekick, Murphy soon finds himself embroiled in a mystery of mayhem, music and murder which surrounds an obscure 1970's rock record that people are willing to kill for. But the real question isn’t whether can he catch the Villain, find the Son, and save the Girl, but more importantly, will he be home for breakfast?
Dee Wallace took home the Best Actress win at the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, and the film was also awarded Best Soundtrack at the Beloit International Film Festival, among other accolades. Dunn’s path may be fuzzy, but it is quite clear that Fuzz Track City is set to entertain.
The film will be available in rental stores, retail chains, TV, including 180 million homes on Video On Demand nationwide. Additional details, including the trailer preview, can be found at: http://www.indicanpictures.com/