Deathstalker

Saturday, June 18th, 2011 by Vomitron -

Deathstalker   deathstalker dvd 84x120 reviews horror fantasy Director: James Sbardellati
Writer:
Howard R. Cohen
Release year:
1983

One boobie, two boobies, four boobies, six boobies, eight…

The fearless warrior Deathstalker (Richard Hill), defender of all women who expose their breasts, sets off on a quest to obtain three ancient relics with magical powers. The evil magician Munkar (Bernard Erhard) pretty much wants the same, only he cares a bit less about topless women and more about, well, uhm, doing evil things. Naturally, there’s also a princess held captive which the mighty Deathstalker has to save.

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Deathstalker II

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 by Vomitron and Perfesser Deviant -

Deathstalker II   deathstalker ii poster02 88x120 reviews horror fantasy comedy Director: Jim Wynorski
Writer:
Neil Ruttenberg, R.J. Robertson and Jim Wynorski
Release year:
1987

Duel of the Boobies

Princess Evie (Monique Gabrielle) meets Deathstalker (John Terlesky) when she’s being abused by the king’s guards. She gets him to help her on a quest to wrest control of her kingdom back from Jarek the Sorcerer (John Lazar) and his clone of Evie (also Monique Gabrielle). They have some comedic adventures, etc.

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Michael J. Bassett on Solomon Kane

Sunday, May 23rd, 2010 by Red Steele -

Michael J. Bassett on Solomon Kane   Michael J Bassett thumbnail video interviews British writer/director Michael J. Bassett (Deathwatch, Wilderness) was invited to the 28th Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival to introduce his latest film Solomon Kane to Belgian audiences.


Michael J. Bassett on Solomon Kane   BIFFF 2010 minilogo1 video interviews

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The Barbarians

Sunday, April 1st, 2012 by Vomitron -

The Barbarians   The Barbarians 1987 poster 78x120 reviews horror fantasy action Director: Ruggero Deodato
Writer:
James R. Silke and Alberto Piferi
Release Year:
1987

The Barbarians   Offscreen 2012 mini logo reviews horror fantasy action Barbaric Double Vision!

The Ragnaks are a group of artists and entertainers who possess a magical ruby which has the power to bring pleasure and happiness to people. Or well, that’s what I learned from the narration at the beginning of the movie. My guess is that, in the wrong hands, it can also do great evil. And that’s obviously why Richard Lynch wants it. This is going to be good.

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