Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill

Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill

When a group of college kids stumble upon a small abandoned town of Sunset Valley, they must fight a band of Zombies led by a Confederate soldier seeking retribution for his grisly execution.

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Chris W (fr) wrote: Not exactly the final chapter... and while it's better than the awful Rec 3... this one still chooses action and thrills over what made the first two great...horror.

Anna B (nl) wrote: I wasn't a big fan of the script ("Oh no, suddenly-introduced conflict! I need to get sober." Two scenes later. "Hooray, I'm sober!") but Bridges is great and it looks pretty as hell, so I didn't hate it.

Maria B (es) wrote: Not as good as the first one with The Rock.

Maria V (fr) wrote: Alguns bons momentos de Al Pacino, mas o filme medida que se vai desenrolando perde o interesse inicial...

Luis G (it) wrote: Excelent! I also liked the book a lot!

Raji K (us) wrote: A young soccer star misses a kick intentionally in the finals because he is paid off. Years later he finds his life in shambles and he is crippled. He comes across some Shaolin monks and realizes that their mastery of Kung-Fu might be the key to building a new soccer team. As all of the monks find no use for their skills and have awful modern jobs they agree and the chemistry begins. Shaolin Soccer was an enjoyable Kung-Fu film featuring fun action, great special effects and a good level of comedy.

Nicole F (br) wrote: It was sweet and funny. I am not used to Colin Firth being a supporting actor so felt a little weird, but julie andrew's character is amazingly funny

Jonas P (jp) wrote: A terrific display of practical creature feature effects and quite a thrilling film. Then again it borrows plenty from The Thing (1982) and Leviathan (1989), so you are more likely to appreciate this one if you enjoyed films like them. Not groundbreaking, but personally I was thoroughly entertained.