Detective Nick Knight is investigating a series of murders in which the bodies are found drained of blood - but the most recent one doesn't fit the pattern. Instead it involves the cure that Nick has been searching for for decades, so that he himself can face the light of day. Later remade as the first two episodes of Forever Knight.
- Stars:Rick Springfield, John Kapelos, Robert Harper, Richard Fancy, Laura Johnson, Craig Richard Nelson, Fran Ryan, Cec Verrell, Jack Murdock, Michael Nader, Gregory Wagrowski, David Byrd, Irene Miracle, Al Fann, Davis Roberts,
- Director:Farhad Mann,
- Writer:Barney Cohen (story), James D. Parriott (story), James D. Parriott (teleplay)
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Nick Knight torrent reviews
(it) wrote: I laughed so hard I cried.
(it) wrote: The script seemed too interested in shoe-horning politics in, rather than constructing a good story. The drama fails. For instance, why does Witherspoon's character not care when her husband goes missing. No questions, no tears, no anger, no confusion, no anything. It's just awful. And, upon reuniting, nobody runs to each other. They stand there and stare. Even the 5-year-old kid! Most of the characters seem to lack some grounding, some reason as to why they are the way they are. It's a bit of a waste of a great cast. Good sets, tho.Maybe this played better in 2007. I'm not sure, but it really didn't hold up for me.
(ag) wrote: Soft and slow, a candy-scatter aquarelle, people said it was hollow but it is only as hollow as a 13 years old heart that is only just unsealed, and all things swirl around it waiting to be sucked in, all sharp things and naked bodies and daisies and imaginary animals. The boy gets awkward, gets quiet and you hold your breath and watch. Even though there is no story. The same way that sunsets have no story.
(ru) wrote: With a lot of cliches that are reimbursed with the funny jokes and the talented cast.
(kr) wrote: A 1970's exercise in bad taste that continually pushes the envelope of grossness, this picture succeeds quite admirably in its stated intent to make the sickest exploitation movie ever made. About the only thing missing is cannibalism. The main entertainment value lies in waiting to see what abomination will hit the screen next.
(nl) wrote: Not seen since I was a little kid but it scared me to death back then and have always remembered it
(mx) wrote: Good... soudtrack is better...
(br) wrote: A short walk around the city never felt so sincere, genuine, and mesmerizing.
(us) wrote: Always glad to see Hammer films at these events. That's an area I'm lacking in.
(br) wrote: This is the kind of movie you watch, when you feel like a grilled cheese but you don't have any cheese. All that you have is white bread , so you look through the cupboards and all you can find is KD cheese mix. It's late at night and your mind is like maybe if I mix it with some water. So you do it and all that your left with is soggy bread and this neon color orange stuff. You end up throwing it in the garbage. But you feel kind of guilty. This movie is the want for cheese and sometimes nothing works better than a poorly acted 80's slasher. This film is meant to be laughed at and always remember you never dressed like that....