Death Hunter

Death Hunter

When his wife is abducted by a group of blood-thirsty Vampires, John Croix is left to die in a forgotten region of the desert. It is here where an unspeakable evil exists. Now, by no choice of his own, Croix will come face-to-face with the most terrifying creatures of the night. Still a man, but possessing all the strength and power of a werewolf when the moon is out, Croix becomes a reluctant hero for mankind when he learns that his wife may still be alive. Croix sets out on a mission to rescue his wife - venturing deeper and deeper into the Vampire's lair- in his quest to save her before she is lost to the world of the undead forever.

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Carlos M (au) wrote: Written by an actual therapist following his own experiences, this gripping drama offers an extremely realistic view of prison that makes us feel like watching a documentary, and it is brutal and touching when it needs to be, anchored by superb performances (O'Connell is a revelation).

Andy K (mx) wrote: I'll be there opening night

Ana B (us) wrote: Curiosa combinacin de pelicula.Desaparecidos en la dictadura argentina y protagonista con poderes clarividentes...pero es seria,muy interesante y dura y creo que es la interpretacion de Antonio que ms me ha gustado.

Katie R (br) wrote: A simple and lovely film. It's amazing how its subtlety is so beautiful. Fredric March is fantastic, and Evelyn Venable is charming.

Luke C (nl) wrote: It is a crime that this film has not been picked up by a major distributor. Probably the best Kung Fu Film I have ever seen (that is saying alot). Hark takes The One Armed Swordsman story to heights that Chang Cheh could not achieve. By far, this is Tsui Hark's best work.

Ola G (jp) wrote: After three civil rights workers in Mississippi are reported missing in 1964, two FBI agents are sent to investigate the incident in rural Jessup County, Mississippi. The two agents take completely different approaches: Agent Alan Ward (Dafoe), a young liberal northerner, takes a direct approach to the investigation; Agent Rupert Anderson (Hackman), a former Mississippi sheriff who understands the intricacies of race relations in the South, takes a more subtle tack. It is very hard for the two to work in the town, as the local sheriff's office is linked to a major branch of the Ku Klux Klan, and the agents cannot talk to the local black community, due to their fear of Klan retaliation. Slowly but steadily, relations between the FBI and the local Jessup County sheriff's office deteriorate, as do relations between Ward and Anderson. Things boil over when the bodies are found and the deputy sheriff, Clinton Pell (Brad Dourif), realizes that his wife gave their locations to Anderson, and he assaults her. When Anderson sees her in the hospital, he storms off to confront Pell but is stopped by Ward. After a violent fight and battle of wills, the two agree that they will work together to bring down the Jessup County branch of the Ku Klux Klan using Anderson's as yet untried approach...This is a strong and very difficult film from Alan Parker with specifically Gene Hackman in a fantastic form. The dynamics between Ward and Anderson and their strong will to do whatever it takes to bring down the guilty (even if they want to do it in different ways) and with a truly terrible backdrop of racism in the 60s makes an emotional film that will stay with you forever. I had forgotten some parts of it from since I saw "Mississippi Burning" at the movies in 1988, but all the difficult scenes were vivid in my mind. I reckon "Mississippi Burning" should be shown for everyone to get a grip of the terrible act of racism. A topic that is still way too current today. Despite the criticism of not being entirely accurate storywise the message it is still very strong and to the point.

Benjamin H (us) wrote: I was interested to see this film. I always think of Richard Gere from Pretty Woman. I think he did a very good job in The Benefactor. Most indies are unwatchable. This indie has a big feature film feel. It explores addiction and guilt and redemption. I really enjoyed the movie and the other critics are a little over bearing on this film. I think they need to make something better themselves. I would definitely recommend seeing this movie!