This peculiar spaghetti western from prolific director Demofilo Fidani (using the pseudonym "Miles Deem") deals with a man named Blonde (Chet Davis) tracking bounty hunter Lazar (Hunt Powers) to the mining town of Lamazos. The evil town boss, Barret (Gordon Mitchell), wants Lazar dead, so he sends a group of assassins to murder him. Lazar survives, and Barret ends up offering him $100,000 to leave town. Lazar accepts the money and travels on to a remote shack, where he tortures an old man (Ettore Manni), making him a slave. What Lazar doesn't know is that the old man is Blonde's father, and he pays for his mistake with his life, leaving the man and his gunslinging son rich after the obligatory showdown. Fidani's film is unusual in its almost hallucinatory lack of logic, creating a surreal effect aided by the cinematography of Aristide Massaccesi, who would go on to some notoriety as cult director "Joe D'Amato." . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse
You may also like
Stranger That Kneels Beside the Shadow of a Corpse torrent reviews
Josiah M (it) wrote: A poignant yet touching movie about our elders, and the lives they've lived that may not be as voiced as are their conflicts.
Christopher S (br) wrote: At least as good as the new version, although some of the songs are a bit corny. I think the message comes across a little more clearly in this edition.
Jen L (kr) wrote: Amazing film--wow. The stories were incredible and the music was out of this world!
Jason W (jp) wrote: This was a crappy movie. Typlical foreign film - starts off remotely interesting then spirals into stupid cliche's that make no sense to non foreign moviegoers.
Jonathan C (kr) wrote: The joy of seeing Michael Myers and Dr. Loomis return again are sadly wasted by a poor script and formulaic kills. The opening credits are absolutely amazing, tho.
frank p (au) wrote: Brilliant "vid nasty" fom the eighties...
Dana F (ru) wrote: A fair storyline,nice plot cabn't help some otherwise bad acting.
JL S (ca) wrote: Points for Jim Dale's "James Bond"-type character, which is actually better than any of the "official" versions.
Michael T (nl) wrote: Well-made film noir, tightly written and directed.
Thomas P (nl) wrote: I watched it on Quentin Tarantino's strong recommendation, but it turns out it has all of Tarantino's violence, but none of his great dialogue or coolness in general. The premise and spectacle is entertaining enough to carry you through. But what begins as so comically over-the-top, tries to change tack, and ends up attempting the dramatic and romantic. It's too confused.
Aaron M (mx) wrote: I would say The Lifeguard is a light drama but is pretty much lifeless throughout. Its not particularly funny nor thought provoking but more a tiny crisis in a pretty dead end town. Theres a hint of interesting characters but is quickly forgotten due to the movies flat tone and uninspiring nature to surprise anyone. Like the main character the film didn't really know what way to go and it feels like it eventually Garcia ran out of ideas.