Red Ryder gets a telegram from his old friend Dan O'Connor asking for help in his fight against Faro Savage and his gang of rustlers. A gun dropped by Faro during a rustling raid makes Red and Sheila O'Connor, Dan's daughter, think they have ample proof against Faro but they are stymied by the law. Buckskin Blodgett and the Duchess, Red's aunt, find the body of O'Connor who was killed when Faro's men sent the sheriff out on a ruse. Sheila, discovered while rifling Faros office for evidence, escapes but not before she is recognized. Faro kills one of his own henchmen and then frames Sheila for the murder. Red and Little Beaver set out to clear Sheila and to try to find evidence against Faro and his gang. Written by Les Adams
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Jon K (ru) wrote: Loved it! Great story, great acting!
Solveig D (nl) wrote: ouah !! genial ! mais ca fait remonter plein de choses..parfois vcues...
Russ B (us) wrote: 2/16/2015: An ok movie. A pretty good storyline, but the choreography wasn't that great. They don't compare to those in the Rocky films at all.
Lee M (es) wrote: A rousing, girl-positive, indie success story whose dynamic rhythms deliver a connecting punch. The poor man's "Million Dollar Baby".
Dia T (fr) wrote: Cute movie, but the two main characters only shared the 3 last minutes together! In the end, I was not so convinced they were perfect for each other..
Alex V (es) wrote: 'Johnny' is the product of such ineptitude and misjudgment that it lands squarely in cult-bad territory. From the horrible dialogue to the crappy acting, it's unintentional laughs galore. The fact that everyone involved seems to be taking this so seriously only makes it funnier. Includes a cyborg dolphin armed with mind melting psychic powers, and Keanu Reeves' performing a mildly irate monologue about room service.--3.0/10--
Aunti K (ru) wrote: Wonderful, little-known film. It amazed me how much I liked it despite the tragic theme and all. The actors were unknowns and absolutely perfect.
Jason A (ca) wrote: This is the best of the series, right next to part 2: The Road Back. Cheesy fun for all, actually. The make-up job for Tong-Po in this one is just so bad, you HAVE to assume it's tongue-in-cheek. Sasha Mitchell pwns all as the brooding David Sloan, who goes down to Mexico to participate in Tong Po's tournament to the death. One of Albert Pyun's masterpieces (Cyborg being his best). You are not a true fan of bad DTV movies unless this is in your collection.
Jeff D (ag) wrote: James Woods plays Bill Wilson, the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. Now that's what I call good casting!
Stefanie C (br) wrote: What is in a name? This question has profound implications during an anti-Semitic regime. The surname is a precursor to identity: Klein implies French Catholicism or Dutch Jewish ancestry. Seeking to correct a simple case of mistaken identity becomes a Kafkaesque journey. Exploration of the doppelganger is rarely more personal. A well-scripted, riveting intellectual thriller.
Martin S (fr) wrote: A tale on the power of fear and religion.
Zachary C (jp) wrote: Carnival of Blood has exactly two things going for it: some nice location footage of New York's Coney Island Amusement Park circa 1970 and an early performance by Burt Young. Besides those two factors, this movie is easily forgettable. Someone who has seriously twisted issues with women is murdering female patrons at New York's Coney Island. Could it be the fortune teller, who ominously stops her card readings and tells her customers to leave immediately? How about the proprietor of the dart game who has an odd obsession with stuffed teddy bears? What about his mentally retarded assistant who gets into verbal shouting matches with patrons? You won't care by the time the big reveal comes, which you'll be able to predict early on in Carnival of Blood.Acting-wise, Carnival of Blood is the pits. The actor who plays the drunken, sailor boyfriend of the prostitute-looking woman is easily the worst attempt at playing a drunk (The supposed drunk in the even worse Criminally Insane comes very close to this dubious honor, though). I couldn't tell whether he was supposed to be drunk or mentally handicapped. The rest of the acting ranges from John Waters-esque camp (Gloria Spivak as the annoying fat woman and Earl Edgerton as the dart booth owner) to the uninspired (Martin Barolsky as the DA). Keep in mind that when I say "John Waters-esque camp," I am in no way saying that any of these supposed actors are good enough to be compared with Waters's unforgettable Dreamlanders. If anything, Carnival of Blood's cast is an inferior version of Divine, Edith Massey, David Lochary, and the gangThe gore SFX are among the most laughable in movie history. One slightly disturbing scene of the DA discovering a teddy bear with human entrails inside its stomach almost manages to create genuine suspense. Otherwise, this is strictly red paint and meat market spare parts territory. One of the many lowlights is a bizarre credits sequence with a human head (which is clearly a department store mannequin head) being split open. There's nothing effective or well-executed here.If there's one department on which Carnival of Blood fails miserably, it's the technical department. Boom mics appear so frequently in the bottom of the screen that they should have been credited in the cast. Abrupt jump cuts and post-production dubbing are also quite frequent. This lack of care becomes more evident when you find out that the director, Leonard Kirtman, made his name in directing hardcore porn flicks. What is it with soft-core/hard-core porn directors transitioning to horror films anyway?Carnival of Blood is the kind of movie that was reserved for the very end of dusk-to-dawn drive-in shows back in the 1970s, when most of the audience were either asleep or had already left. It's not quite the worst movie ever made, but I can hardly recommend it to anyone unless you want to see vintage Coney Island footage, a pre-fame Burt Young, or are just having a hard time sleeping.
Bruno V (br) wrote: OOps , bad reviews ...ok not a highflyer bud liked Bullock playing this caracter , also liked to know how she makes a cross-word-puzzle , enjoyed it . SOMDVD
Noname (br) wrote: To bad this is Jet Li's last martial movie although his earlier movies are better like Hero etc. but worth seeing :)
Brett B (us) wrote: Very original flick, crazy how this is from 1983 and yet still seems relative today. Woods and Harry have really strong showings. Long live the new flesh.