Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity
Lovely and resourceful Daria and Tisa escape a space gulag only to crash land on a nearby world where a guy in tight pants named Zed is playing The Most Dangerous Game. Zed turns the girls and another guest loose in his jungle preserve to serve as the prey in a mad hunt. Armed only with knives and their wits, the girls must battle their way across the jungle to a hidden arms cache before Zed catches and kills them.
- Stars:Elizabeth Kaitan, Cindy Beal, Don Scribner, Brinke Stevens, Carl Horner, Kirk Graves, Randolph Roehbling, Bud Graves, Jeffery Blanchard, Mike Cooper, Gregory Lee Cooper, Sheila White, Fred Tate, Jacques Schardo,
- Director:Ken Dixon,
- Writer:Richard Connell (story "The Most Dangerous Game"), Ken Dixon
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Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Review:This movie was exactly what I expected. Bad storyline, with some great action but bad acting. Steven Seagal was cool throughout the movie, like Ving Rhames who acts the same in all of his movies and the Colin Farrell lookalike who was playing the lead was a good fighter, but a dead actor. It's your usual fight for territory type movie with everyone fighting for power. Danny Trejo gets stuck in the middle of the war but he doesn't get involved in all of the violence. Personally, everyone looks a bit old in this movie, but Seagal can still kick butt which looks good on camera. I've always been a fan of his effortless way of fighting. Anyway, it's not bad for action and it's good to see the veterans on screen together, but don't expect anything out of the ordinary. Watchable!Round-Up:No matter how big, in weight, or how old Seagal gets, the guy can fight. He has a way of making his opponent looking completely useless which I've always enjoying watching. As for the Colin Farrell lookalike, he just seems to be jumping off of walls, kicking like a mad man but it does look impressive. I'm sure that Ving Rhames is getting fed up with playing the same roles all of the time. You just know what to expect once you see his name in the cast, which is blamed on his role in Pulp Fiction. Anyway, the movie isn't as bad as I thought it would be, but it's not brilliant.Budget: $10millionWorldwide Gross: N/AI recommend this movie to people who are into there gang war type of movies with loads of violence. 3/10
(ru) wrote: Looks bloody as hell. Thats always a plus :D
(es) wrote: This is an amazing, under viewed movie. A hidden treasure. If you liked Office Space, you'll like this movie.
(jp) wrote: Very easy to see why this has been savaged by critics, its pretty ridiculous, the story is a little weak and its very stupid in places. Doesn't stop it from being a very funny film, take it for what it is. Dumb fun.
(ru) wrote: It was alright. Dragkings always fascinate me. I liked the last 1/2 hour of it.
(au) wrote: I love this movie, it's a fav
(gb) wrote: Presentation, plot and coincidence mixed in just the right proportions with some decent acting and dialog is what makes this movie enjoyable. Tim Allens characters' penchant for old movies is the perfect vehicle to introduce the foreshadowing for the events that happen.
(fr) wrote: A rousing finale can't save a lesser entry in the Dirty Harry franchise.
(de) wrote: One of my favourite Vampire movies, with a totally fresh and ultra relevant (at the time) take on the Dracula mythos.A great cast and some marvelous photography combine to create a truly sublime and camp film-as-art experience.Most people who watch this with the mindset of the modern movie-goer will dismiss it as trash but, you know, if you're into cinema at least try and get it.
(mx) wrote: Shogunate executioner, kill! Kill!
(de) wrote: Tight, concise filmmaking by a pioneer who wanted to twist an old film movement rather than ignore it. Pasolini's best move was his casting of Anna Magnani, an actress of incredible force who once provided a voice for the 40s neorealism movement and reprises it here for a retrospect. She is phenomenal, as is expected; the rest of the cast is very good, too. The most enjoyable scenes of the movie are those that linger too long, where we see the subjects of the film in their discomfort, depression, pitiable states- stripped bare of their tough social masks. The imagery is carefully laden with Catholic images, from an opening variation on the last supper to a twisted symbolic ending that left me awe-stricken.
(ru) wrote: "Don't look to the West to solve your problems." So says a political leader about stopping the ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia. But what if the world hadn't stopped Hitler from doing the same thing? This film is ultimately an indictment of all those who can see this carnage and just turn away. And it is also the story of one man who could not--even though what he alone could do is help get one bus load of children out and provide love and a home for one child himself. If everyone had done so much, or could do so for similar situations now, what a better place the world would be.