Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild

Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild

Ashens is going on a quest to find the legendary, and elusive electronic tat known as the Game Child.

Ashens is an eccentric boy determines search for a a piece of electronic tat for the famous fabled Game Child. He must go through fire and water to attain his goal. Will he succeed to find out the legendary of that? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Ashens and the Quest for the Gamechild torrent reviews

AD V (us) wrote: Essentially this is Machete's little bastard brother (or is that sister?). The film is heavily influenced by Robert Rodriguez's editing, directing and music style but in this case that's not really a bad thing. Lots of nudity, girl on girl action, violence, rape, revenge and memorable one-liners--everything a good exploitation film should have.

Mandy D (fr) wrote: Una historia de "amor" extraa entre dos personajes disfuncionales, muy bien logrados por los actores. Lamentablemente Jay me recuerda a alguien que conozco y podra decirse que vi esta pelcula en el momento justo.

Bob W (es) wrote: Special effects got better in launching the millenium series. But I'd like to see Kaiju CGI version ala Pacific Rim.

Nicholas W (kr) wrote: I remember watching this when it first came out on video, it's still quite good and enjoyable.

Cory K (au) wrote: Its hard to follow-up the original Police Story, but Jackie does it pretty good.

Rob S (au) wrote: a shoot'em up comedy western

Mattias O (it) wrote: Horrible western. Bad directing and bad acting.

Sherry M (gb) wrote: Quite possibly the most violent movie I've ever seen. Surreal. Dreary. Did make you wonder how much was true.

Sgt C (ca) wrote: (41%)A half decent British 50's sci-fi B-movie that would struggle to frighten even a 5 year-old (more likely bore them). Having said that it is entertaining enough to be worth a look and there is not exactly a huge number of killer radioactive mud movies out there so this is possibly the best of it's type.

Milly B (es) wrote: Ralph Fiennes. What were you thinking?