Tetsuo: The Bullet Man

Tetsuo: The Bullet Man

An American named Anthony is living and working in Tokyo and married to a Japanese woman. When their son is killed by the same driver who creates the Tetsuos in previous films, he makes the transformation into Tetsuo.

Losing his son Tom in a hit and run triggers violent emotions in Anthony, whose body begins to transform. When the driver who killed Tom reappears, Anthony mutates into a mass of metal - a human weapon fuelled by an uncontrollable rage. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tetsuo: The Bullet Man torrent reviews

Alejandro C (ca) wrote: Una comedia ligera y predecible.

Robert B (jp) wrote: A creepy masterpiece. Phenomenal performances and chilling shivers to your spine adorn this oft overlooked classic. The taut and intelligent story frays a bit only at the very end, resulting in a still-satisfying haunting tale.

Porto S (us) wrote: not half but minus 9 and a half

Paritoch M (ca) wrote: With pathetic graphics and not-so-believable stunts, another famous Indian hero movie is depressingly bore to watch! Only the actors have attempted a performance convincing enough for the audience to go see it!

Des S (nl) wrote: This was a little bit stupider than I thought, but I guess it was entertaining enough to watch.

JoAnn N (kr) wrote: Duma took me back to the Okafango and brought my photos/paintings of cheetahs alive.

Ty R (us) wrote: So bad, that you have to watch it all the way through!

Justin L (de) wrote: An awesome, awesome movie.

Rodney S (nl) wrote: This 1981 movie, which has not been available in a complete version until now, is a very good effective and stylish thriller, about a town that is infested with mysterious killings, and the murders appear to be coming from more than one killer. The movie is pretty satirical, but still effective and with some super cool set pieces. One of them is a party of teenagers all dancing to Lou Christie's ""Lightning Strikes", which somehow works perfectly, in fact it's a highlight of the movie. The other is what was used for the poster, in which Fiona Lewis injects a long needle directly into the eye of Dan Shor's leading character role. Fiona is right on target as the evil professor conducting weird lab experiments, that the murders are being tied to. Outstanding cast, good music, and an interesting take on slasher films, by throwing in the mad scientist theme. Nice to see this one restored back to its original form. The DVD also has a very good commentary with co-writer Bill Condon and actors Dan Shor and Dey Yuong. You'll have a few smiles with all the carnage in this very entertaining New Zealand shocker.

Matt H (mx) wrote: Kind of brilliant in its way. I wish Fred Astaire had been 15 years younger when this was being made, he could have made it even more amazing. Schieder does a great job, but I still feel another actor could have done more with this. The musical numbers are pretty stylish, even if the musical elements are kind of weak. Definitely shades of brilliance in here, maybe just a few wrong turns. It also feels more dated than it should.

Laura S (nl) wrote: This is a fun little film. The story is fun (as the synopsis above tells) but I'd say it's about relationships.

Blake P (ag) wrote: Fast, fun, and sexy, "Danger: Diabolik" shows horror maven Mario Bava in a good mood, and in this case, adapting a European comic strip with style. Taking place right after the ending of TV series "Batman", it's obvious the influence it had on the film-- yet, "Danger: Diabolik" maintains a campy cool that never stoops low enough for us to laugh at. Instead, we're in awe of the hugely entertaining set pieces, and the attractive pairing of John Phillip Law and Marisa Mell. It's the '60's, and yet again, master thief Diabolik (Law) and his partner (Mell) are up to no good. Their day to day lifestyle revolves around robbing banks, stealing jewelry, and hijacking priceless weapons, all for the love of fun, money, and themselves. They constantly get away with it but their plans just may be jinxed when master criminal Valmot (Adolfo Celi) vows to use his underworld connections to help the police catch his greatest foe. In just the first few minutes of "Danger: Diabolik" we're introduced to Law donning a tight-black, cat suit, with Mell in disguise, '60's fashions, underground hideouts, car chases that you'd swear were put in fast motion for the heck of it, and a score by Ennio Morricone that's so groovy that you'd swear it's the best soundtrack ever. This is the kind of "campy-cool" Bava creates that makes the film so much fun! Dismissed at the time of its release as just another exercise in silliness, it was revamped in the '90's in an episode of "Mystery Science Theater 3000" (although it's definitely not as bad as the films that serve as the butt of their jokes), and now it's gotten the recognition it deserves. It may not be the best movie ever, and it's definitely not Bava's masterpiece (that would be "Black Sunday"), but this film is so immensely enjoyable and sweetly dated that it's always fun to watch. The real eye candy once again goes to Bava's sumptuous use of color-- but the real stars of the show are Law and Mell. Law may sport wacky eyebrows and an odd assortment of Catwoman leftovers, but he's so charismatic that the supposed good-guys instantly seem like the villains. Mell, a sexy combination of Brigitte Bardot, Catherine Deneuve, and Goldie Hawn, is beautiful, stylish, and ruthless, all the ingredients necessary to create a femme fatale. The twosome look great together, and they're great anti-heroes. "Danger: Diabolik" is a grand old time that allows us to feel sentimental about the good old days, and constantly feel thrilled as well. Bava has never made a more entertaining movie, and the cult icons that star have never been so downright cool.

Greg W (de) wrote: no relation to the 1952 bio-pic or the 2001 musical all sharing the same title.

Naahc S (de) wrote: whatever you do don't listen to most of the reviews from the supposed 'top critics' because most of them don't know what they're talking about. the movie completely touches the heart and is very funny.

Serenity H (au) wrote: This is a good family movie I love it ??

Orlok W (de) wrote: Sloppy (if occasionally amusing) mess--Feather-light entertainment!!