Dream of a Warrior

Dream of a Warrior

When Dean a young detective, falls for a woman who seems to appear only in his dreams. When Dean discovers his amour is the real-life daughter of a Dr. Jang and that the been trapped in a time warp, he journeys back in time to save her. But first he must fend off a few hordes of superhuman swordsmen.

When Dean a young detective, falls for a woman who seems to appear only in his dreams. When Dean discovers his amour is the real-life daughter of a Dr. Jang and that the been trapped in a time warp, he journeys back in time to save her. But first he must fend off a few hordes of superhuman swordsmen. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Katie B (ru) wrote: Best vampire move I've seen. The concept of women killing all of the male vampires hundreds of years ago was an interesting twist and explained with a coy smile. Loved it.

D M (us) wrote: A squadron of British soldiers on a training exercise in the backwoods of Scotland are being attacked by wild animals, but they aren't quite sure what kind of animal. When a zoologist happens upon the soldiers, she takes them to a remote cabin where they learn they need to defend themselves from werewolves. High action and good humor, this is a must-see.

Carlos M (es) wrote: Despite the fact that the two main characters are complete idiots and the cinematography is so dark that sometimes it is really hard to see what is in front of us, this is a fun and creepy horror movie that is all the more intriguing when you know it was made by a convicted pedophile.

Matt M (nl) wrote: A safe cracking American goes to Paris, falls in love with an angelic prostitute and joins a gang of junkies led by his childhood friend in a hopeless bank roberry. Ugly and flat.

Jonathan Y (ca) wrote: Tom McLoughlin's modestly ambitious supernatural chiller/zombie flick not only delivers the icky goods, it's also a surprisingly polished and effective little gem. McLoughlin milks the film's ominous mortuary setting for all it's worth, while tight editing and gruesome makeup effects help make 'One Dark Night' a uniquely morbid and original horror movie. Sure, it's got some oddball dialogue and occasionally clumsy dubbing (Adam West's lines seem to be coming from two different sound booths), but rather than being a detriment, the rough edges somehow only add to the charm. Plus, the well-staged climactic zombie attack is truly memorable, a sort of low-rent version of the corpses-amuck climax of Tobe Hooper's 'Poltergeist'.

Michael M (ag) wrote: Boring, and makes no sense. There is ONE good scene in it. ONE. When the spiders attack the town, sending everyone into a frenzy. that's why i'm not giving this movie one star.

Alex R (kr) wrote: Really, the only thing stopping me from loving this film more is the awful 70s lite rock soundtrack, which is light years away from the brilliant music in Fulci's other work, especially The Beyond (though some of the soundtrack, blending a kinda western sound with a kinda funky feel, was quite good actually). Other than that, count this one as a pleasant, pleasant surprise, as Fulci imbues the story with a warmth and humanism I'm almost certain one will search for in vain in the rest of his mostly cruel, sadistic, nihilistic catalogue. Still, it's a Fulci movie, featuring gallons of fake blood, hooded vigilantes exterminating the Sodom and Gomorrah lot of a small prairie town, the torture by skinning of a gunman, and (accidental) cannibalism. But what's really fascinating, again, about this movie is the way Fulci uses his penchant for the grotesque, strange, and exaggerated in the name of telling a human, even sentimental story about four prison mates' and their journey to find a new life. A scene, for instance, where schizophrenic Bud runs naked through a cemetary greeting all the ghosts he meets, or the celebration by a small town of hardened criminals when the first child to come to their fledging town is born, are images that I think may never leave my mind. It's a strange, wonderful film, something like a more terrestrial, literal, and subtle El Topo (I couldn't help but think of that masterpiece when Mexican baddie Chaco, with crosses seemingly painted under his eyes in blood, betrays the others by drugging them with a hallucinogen) that is certainly not perfect, but it is perhaps this imperfection and ambiguity, like its protagonists, that makes it so endearing.

Andres G (br) wrote: ,Grande Woody Allen! No se necesita decir ms. 4 estrellas.

Mary H (it) wrote: They had me at Sam Shepard. I enjoyed this well-told story very much.

Erik D (au) wrote: Very likeable, but too over the top at many times and lazy effects amongst other faults. Watchable if you like Michael Caine and old vigilantes; maybe fit to be a guilty pleasure for some?