Killer of Snake, Fox of Shaolin

Killer of Snake, Fox of Shaolin

Carter Wong stars in this Hong Kong classic as a powerful martial artist who must protect an old man and his daughter from a snake god who possesses deadly kung fu skills.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:0 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:fight,   poison,   revenge,  

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Ming Siu G (us) wrote: The great cast makes it almost bearable, but the plot just makes no logical sense. I almost laughed out loud at some extremely inappropriate points.

Art L (nl) wrote: Must watch. Extremely informative and insightful. Part I has a bit of an anti-theistic tone, but it is very truthful in regards to the origin of certain spiritual figures.

swe g (au) wrote: sick!! mainly coz d DVD was pirated!!

Matthew D (ru) wrote: Loveable, Nancy Drew is geared towards the tween girl - and should stay that way.

Kristin R (br) wrote: Creepy but boring. I just ended up flicking through the scenes until the end. Not really my thing.

Chris I (ca) wrote: i know it's a "feel good", but waaay too hetero

Javis C (it) wrote: Begotten is a weird and bizzare experience in all senses that is what makes this movie unique, but not splendid.

Catherine (ca) wrote: Plah! Awful, terrible, horrible...that's just my opinion. This movie should be rated PG-13, this movie has unsuitable things in it, not nudity or anything, I TOTALLY DO NOT RECOMMEND IT.

John G (au) wrote: Nice "B" film noir directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Charle MacGraw. This same duo who would make [i]The Narrow Margin[/i] only two years later. [font=Times New Roman]Director Richard Fleischer had an almost paranoid career as a movie maker. There was the Richard Fleischer who made all those overblown big studio abominations like Dr. Doolittle, Tora, Tora, Tora, Amityville 3_D, The Jazz Singer, The Vikings and Che! Then there was the Richard Fleischer who made some of the tightest best thrillers ever like The Boston Strangler, 10 Rillington Street, Complusion, Violent Saturday, The Narrow Margin, Follow Me, Quietly and Armored Car Robbery.[/font].

Art S (us) wrote: Jacques Tati is back as Monsieur Hulot, a bumbling trickster figure (of sorts) who charms children but frustrates many adults. Yes, there are echoes of Chaplin here in that Tati's comedy is physical and the film could easily be silent (except the witty use of sound effects would be lost), but there are no attempts to be sentimental -- wistful perhaps but not sentimental. In Mon Oncle, Tati contrasts the France of days gone by with the coming of new modern technologies (including a fully automated house and...plastics!). I laughed more at M. Hulot's Holiday but there are a few good setpieces/gags here too.