A Shaolin-trainer young woman returns to Japan to resuscitate her grandfather's defunct martial arts school.
- Stars:Crystal Bernard, Vincent Spano, Roxanne Hart, Dorian Harewood, Joanna Miles, Michael Cole, Oliver Muirhead, Diane Robin, Ko Shibasaki, Tôru Nakamura, Kitty Zhang Yuqi, Kai Man Tin, Chi Chung Lam, Mami Yamasaki, Asagi Kudô, Kana Harada, Eri Otoguro, Mayu Gamou, Asami Itô, Yûko Chino, Miho Chiyoya, Aina Nishiaki, Miyû Sawai,
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Cheska U (au) wrote: It's a film with too much blood and very gory. It could be better if it had a strong ending but the ending was just so disappointing. The story turned to be just like people with mental disabilities turned zombies. I thought there's something that can make me fully hook into it but it's an under developed film although it has it's own flavor, it wasn't just good. If you're a girl, you'll just enjoy this because of Jesse Metcalfe. Haha! 4/10.
Brandon S (br) wrote: Fred Dekker's mash up of Night of the Living Dead and Deadly Spawn still remains a guilty pleasure of my own to this day. From it's opening strange alien gunplay to the head popping slug explosions it still holds that great 80's horror cheese vibe strong. Unfortunately the film doesn't conquer any of the multiple directions that it chooses to go in. Nevertheless "Thrill Me!".
Ola G (us) wrote: Working for the US Government to retrieve a cassette with incriminating evidence from a suspicious company, Sam Quint (Tommy Lee Jones), a former CIA agent and professional thief runs into Marvin Ringer (Lee Ving), another hitman he replaced, who is after the same cassette. In a desperate attempt to evade Ringer and get the tape back to the government official Johnson (Bubba Smith), Quint hides the cassette in a 300-MPH prototype vehicle, the Black Moon, which is on a transporter destined for a public presentation in Los Angeles. Before Quint can recover the cassette, Nina (Linda Hamilton) steals the Black Moon, with Quint on her tail, and returns it to a warehouse, the headquarters for the car thief ring headed by Ed Ryland (Robert Vaughn). Quint must lure Nina into helping him recover the Black Moon, with the help of its driver and his crew, and make it out alive with the cassette and the car before the next day..."Black Moon Rising" is a classic 80s heist thriller with a twist in the shape of a special car (that looks slightly ridiculous to be honest). Tommy Lee Jones is solid as Quint and Linda Hamilton the same as Nina. The storyline and editing is somewhat wobbly and not fully satisfying, but theres still action and suspense. What struck me when re-seeing this was how beautiful Linda Hamilton was/is. Great presence and with an aura that stands out.
Lissa S (fr) wrote: For diehard Macca fans (like me). Not for the general public...rollicking soundtrack though!
Suhani C (fr) wrote: oh my god. that was the worst movie ever made. seriously. don't even think about watching it and it should be call the chair.
Carreh R (gb) wrote: Danger: Diabolik has definite style, 60's style, from the music to the outfits and the mies-en-scene, editing and choreography. It is like a b movie version of a Bond film if directed by Luc Besson on a low budget. This is not meant to diminish from Mario Bava as one of his claims to fame is his ability to make films on really low budgets. Sadly this film blatantly caters to the heterosexual or bi males and lesbians or bi women in the audience except that I suspect many lesbians would cringe at the exploitation of women that is a hall mark of this kind of film. Still if one can let that by it is a fun film.
Skyler B (nl) wrote: The second story, about the guy with the gas coming out of him is hilarious. The other two stories are just strange and sad. Worth a viewing, though.
Schmoog L (it) wrote: I didn't even get through the first story, before losing interest.
Stacey M (mx) wrote: This is the first K Hepburn movie I've ever liked--and trust me, I've seen lots of her films. I think it's because this is the first movie where I've heard her speak normally. And then there's the great historical story line.
Sarah F (nl) wrote: I knew this was going to be retarded, I saw it a few times at Family Video and for some very stupid reason I picked it up. The acting is so terrible, where the hell was this filmed? Staten Island? I think EVERYONE has an accent. The deaths were something my high school's drama club would od for a play. The only creepy part is when they show the little children chanting "knock knock who's there" like some kind of fucking cult.
Courtney K (mx) wrote: this scared the shiitake sauce out of me; i didn't sleep a wink.