Druids resurrect the partially mummified remains of Jesus. They force the zombified Christ to commit unspeakable acts as their sect prepares to rule a new age of mankind. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Druids resurrect the partially mummified remains of Jesus. They force the zombified Christ to commit unspeakable acts as their sect prepares to rule a new age of mankind.
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Marilyn B (kr) wrote: Found this low rated movie to be quite engaging, well-written and well acted. The story line cleverly interconnected all the scerios,would make a great play. Not sure what the revealing finish was, but he build up was altogether satisfying in spite of it.
Tracy W (ca) wrote: from the makers of dog soldiers - worth a look!
Jason R (ca) wrote: This was a strange, random find on Starz. There isn't much to it, certainly, but it's pretty amusing in a few ways. Rob Corddry is hilarious, and the rest of the cast is believably crazy, killing each other off with all manner of office-based implements. And having Zach Galifianakis in it just gives it a boost. It is peculiar, genocidal fun that is a decent watch on a lazy day.
Michael C (br) wrote: Guns gore and explosions, insane plot and WTF moments for a good grindhouse feature.
Aidan m (mx) wrote: It was a thrilling ride but i felt like there was something missing from this film.
Ken T (br) wrote: I actually couldn't watch all of this movie..."
Ryan T (us) wrote: A good movie that is about teaching, Hispanic culture, and being a mentor.
Art S (br) wrote: Richard Conte is a "young" hoodlum who is running into a dead end, pursued by good cop Victor Mature. Since both hood and cop come from the Italian community, there is an easy affinity between them. But Conte is too selfish to care about others whereas Mature is trying to protect the community (and especially Conte's little brother) from the negative influence of bad role models. Siodmak (who also directed Kiss of Death) handles the noir elements expertly, using some real New York locations and creating spaces that feel authentic even if in the studio. Little touches (like Mature turning around to finish that last sip of wine) make this a cut above your average noir.