Loner Cody trades with the Comanches to get a white girl released. He is joined on his way back to the girl's husband by an outlaw and his sidekicks. It turns out there is a large reward for the return of the girl, and with the Indians on the warpath and the outlaw being an old enemy of Cody's, things are set for several showdowns. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Mike B (gb) wrote: Terrible script, terrible acting, terrible movie.
Joy M (ca) wrote: Kurt angle is as boring on screen as he was in wwe. Kevin nash made a gorgeous demon. Psyco Sid is still ugly - they didn't even the make up lmao. it was ok I guess.
Danuka N (au) wrote: ending wasnt clear enough.! :[ although very interesting story line.
Andrew H (nl) wrote: Stylish, well acted and directed though hardly original. Out of all The Exorcist rip offs out there, this is probably the best one but it still doesn't hold a candle to its predecessor.
Steve D (us) wrote: Darker more violent prequel. Performances are strong and it is scary as hell
O T (nl) wrote: Only watch if you're into B movies. I think all the budget for this movie went into the special effects, as the aliens at least looked cool. But the whole concept was just silly, with a few good one-liners that kept it funny enough for me not to lose interest. I called the ending, and had a good laugh at the "hero"'s demise. At one point I had to notice the irony of the protagonist being the crazy dude with the flamethrower and the antagonist being the beautiful blonde bimbo running through the halls away from him. lol.
Tucker S (es) wrote: How do you feel about frontal male nudity?
Dawn L (ca) wrote: PECKKKKEEEERRRR!!!...LMAO
Louise C (us) wrote: watched it loads of times....loved it
Christopher J (mx) wrote: Gets kind of slow, but it's a cool idea and there's some hella badass elements here and there. Love the Donald Pleasance character and the tension in which his scenes are protrayed. Charles Bronson as a Rooskie, though? Phew. :P
Grg W (br) wrote: this was an all right vampire flick. some good actors, but too much fake suspense to really be redeemable. the acting was decent and had some potential, but overall the movie wasn't great. plus, when a title has "living dead" so you think of zombies. it has mislead me.
Kevin S (ag) wrote: Watched after an introduction to Harold Lloyd through "Safety Last!", this was very enjoyable if not quite up to the same standard. Some of the jokes in this are priceless (the crab is very funny), and it's a great silent comedy in it's own right.
Adam B (nl) wrote: I AM NOT GONNA GIVE THIS A RATING SINCE ITS A LOST FILM,BUT I WILL SAY THIS IS OVERRATED AND SHOULD NOT BE THE "HOLY GRAIL" OF LOST FILMS. EARLY CRITICS WHO SAW THIS FILM SAID IT WAS "MEDIOCRE" AND NOT CHANEY AND BROWNINGS BEST FILM. IF IT IS EVER FOUND, I WOULD SEE IT, ONLY BECUASE I WOULD BE EXCITED OVER A FOUND LOST FILM AND ITS LON FUCKING CHANEY, BUT WOULD PROBABLY BE DISAPPOINTED.
Jason A (jp) wrote: "It's okay- we don't work together anymore." "Do me a favor- call me Alex." "I'm a little insulted, sir... This is a funeral!" As far as REEAAALLLY bad DTV movies, this could be one of the crowing jewels of the artform- right up there with 'Future War,' 'Samurai Cop' and 'Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans.' In all seriousness, this could be the new 'Plan Nine from Outer Space.' Former WWE superstar (and current TNA headcase) Kurt Angle shines in one of the most hilarious roles as Brad Mayfield, a guy with a penchant for disguises who also likes to kill strippers while doing them doggystyle and asking them repeatedly: "you want me to make you cum? Huh?" Jenna Morasca (who was in TNA with Angle at the time) plays a stripper who doesn't strip, and a bunch of other borderline retards also rise to the occasion with acting and production values a little below that of higher budgeted porn. Kudos to Angle for not taking a typical tough guy wrestler-turned-actor role, but this is beyond his range. And that is a very good thing for all of us bad movie lovers. Viva Buffo the clown!
Nolan S (us) wrote: Ralph Bakshi's best!
Orlando O (ag) wrote: The Darkness is a supernatural horror film that exceeds in failing at every single quality of bringing something new to the table for the genre. What makes this stand out or entertaining than any other horror movies out there? It seems to recycle a plot thats been done too many times by twisting some ideas around to prevent copyright issues. Sure, there are better horror movies like Insidious, Sinister, and Poltergeist. Excluding the sequels which mostly goes downhill. Peter (Kevin Bacon) and his wife Bronny (Radha Mitchell) take there family on a grand canyon trip. They have a teenage daughter Stephanie (Lucy Fry) and an autistic son Michael (David Mazouz) who encounters these relic stones in a small cavern. After bringing these stones home, they brought evil that will cause everyone to bring there worse out of them. The set up of a family cliche can be crossed off as they face their own personal conflict and the evil that haunts them. There is a father that is never around, the wife that feels like their marriage is on the verge of falling apart, a teen daughter with an eating disorder and making everything about her. And the autistic son, who the evil is drawn too and can see things that others cant. All this can be familiar, the horror cliches. The film does not get better. Cause the director forces a lot of cheap jolts and scares that looks like he keeps missing his mark and cut at causing the audience to jump or find it frightening. It lacked suspense and scares. Plot is overdone and boring. Kevin Bacon's performance looked like he was bored on set. By the time the climax happens, it is hard to care for what was going on in the movie. The Darkness is a terrible horror film that missed its mark on creating the creepy atmosphere from a dull music score and direction. And delivering tedious performances and a cliched horrible script.