Karate Inferno

Karate Inferno

A former police captain recruits a group of deadly murderers to remove the corrupt and mafia Yakuza . Their first task is to intercept a briefcase from a band that trafficked drugs.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:86 minutes
  • Release:1974
  • Language:Japanese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:sequel,   grindhouse,  

When a priceless jewel owned by rich heiress Sabine is stolen, along with her daughter, Professional thief and hired killer Ryuichi Koga and his gang are hired to retrieve both. At a ransom exchange, the team save the girl but lose the money and the jewel. When Sabine decides to deal directly with the thieves and obtains the jewel on her own by paying the ransom, Koga, having been stiffed of his fee by Sabine, steals the jewel. Little does he know, it’s a fake. Now, Koga and the team must break into a high security bank to steal the real jewel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Karate Inferno torrent reviews

Luciano G (it) wrote: Taiwan's first ever zombie film, Zombie 108 proves to be a sleazy and over the top slice of undead fun..... it's completely bonkers with some top notch bloody effects and cool soundtrack for all you gore fans out there.....well worth taking a look at...

Frank M (ca) wrote: A thoughtful meditation on all the big stufff...

Joshua H (mx) wrote: I went into this expecting to see a so-so movie with awesome dance scenes, but I got a so-so movie with so-so dance scenes.

Brett C (br) wrote: What if you had to dissect your dead girlfriend's body? This is quite probably Tsukamoto's best film next to A Snake of June...

tameka c (kr) wrote: One of the best movies ever

David G (kr) wrote: I won't belittle the film's efforts to make a fun, creative, sci fi film for teens because its not terrible.

Kevin M (br) wrote: it is amazing i think it is funny and enjoyable

Sam D (it) wrote: This movie is garbage. This is my least favorite movie of the Star Wars saga, with horrible dialogue and the worst lightsaber fight ever

Samir S (es) wrote: Intelligent, Witty and Hilarious... Now this is how comedies are supposed to be made...

James M (nl) wrote: Featuring models so unconvincing they might as well have filmed some kids train playset. The Cassandra Crossing is a terrible film, almost as terrible as some of the B-movie schlock synonymous with the late 50's/early 60's. What makes The Cassandra Crossing worse is the fact that it had a pretty decent budget and an all-star cast. A gallery of poor acting and dialogue.

Evan K (ca) wrote: Some fun and wacky stuff, but the pacing is off and very tedious in long stretches without the sparse action scenes.

Kate S (br) wrote: The vampire characters have a kind cartoonishness about them. Carol Borland mostly reminded me of Lily Munster. That's not intended as a compliment. This movie might have felt relatively fresh in 1935, but it feels very stale now.

Anastasia B (de) wrote: Couldn't even finish it. ~

Peter L (ag) wrote: Although the third film of the trilogy is slightly more compelling than the previous installment, The Karate Kid, Part III is essentially a disorganized remake of the 1984 original.

Ahmed B (jp) wrote: always delight to see Pierce in actions

Igor A (it) wrote: interesen film epten, a i jaka ekipa sobrana: Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde i Zo Saldana

Daniel L (us) wrote: Eh. Silly but mostly enjoyable. Fonda was rarely more purrty.

Lilian L (br) wrote: Anita Hill was so calm in the movie.