A group of archeologists excavating Aztec ruins in Mexico City uncover a bizarre statue, which unleashes satanic powers and possesses the chief archaeologist. The demonized man goes on a rampage of bloody murders while being pursued by one of his female colleagues and a police officer. Horribly burned in an explosion, he still continues his ungodly crimes, including crucifying a woman upside down. A bishop sends for a mystic called “The Angel”, a character who dresses in medieval clothing and is armed with a demon-destroying sword. The possessed archeologist transforms into a club-wielding monster and challenges The Angel in a duel to the death. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Scott D (au) wrote: interesting and enjoyable
Nigel d (ag) wrote: enjoyed this as wasnt expecting anything from it...good to see h4's ellie cornell back on screen too!
Tom H (de) wrote: Poorly made sex comedy. It has its moments but they are few. At least it is better than most crap Asylum releases.
Megan A (gb) wrote: I love John Leguizamo, the book is great and I can't wait to see the movie
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Harry W (gb) wrote: Finding that the Street Fighter series of films was decent but good for its action scenes, a spin off like Sister Street fighter sounded worth a shot.A film like Sister Street Fighter has the same issues as every other low budget Kung Fu movie so I'll cut to the chase: the dubbing is poor although not laughable the visual quality of the camera is a little rough and the story isn't original. And also, as it serves as a spin off of the films in The Street Fighter series, Sister Street Fighter lacks the presence of Sonny Chiba. While he has a small quantity of screen time, it is way too small and is bereft of his vadass presence. While the story is all completely different , the film really shouldn't bear the name of a Sister Street Fighter because it's is the entertainment value of The Street Fighter and the punch that Sonny Chiba packed as the titular warrior. So Sister Street Fighter is a generic Kung fu movie without much of an important story with the only aspect of it that separates it from most other films of the genre is that it holds the name of being a spinoff of the popular Sonny Chiba films and has a woman as a the protagonist.For what it's worth, Sister Street Fighter is basically an average film for the genre and should therefore please fans. It doesn't have originality, amazing acting or many iconic elements whatsoever, but when it comes to the action, Sister Street Fighter has just enough to make it as a half-decent film.While Sister Street Fighter doesn't pack as much of a punch as The Street Fighter, it is superior to Return of the Street Fighter. Ignoring a story and focusing solely on some entertaining action scenes, Sister Street Fighter boasts appeal to fans of the genre solely on the basis of the versatility of its fight scenes which prove to be very entertaining due to the fact that they take place consistently over the storyline in a series of situations and are executed by the punch of action hero Etsuko Shihomi. Really, protagonist Etsuko Shihomi kicks a lot of ass in Sister Street Fighter. She doesn't pack the punch of Sonny Chiba, but if this film didn't have the Street Fighter name in it then it wouldn't bother me in the slightest. Thanks to Etsuko Shihomi's skilled acrobatics during the fight scenes and her ability to throw a kick and a punch fast without a second though, Sister Street Fighter proves to be a memorable action film which boasts enough action to overshadow its shortcomings in the area of storytelling originality and script writing. And the scenes at the end of the film where her and Sonny Chiba put up a fight together and render it the best way to give the film the climax it needs to finish itself off. So Sister Street Fighter doesn't have a shortage of action and it is of sufficient quality to entertain most of the time. So Sister Street Fighter serves as an effective front for Etsuko Shihomi's talents as an action hero.The musical score is also ok. I mean it's very generic and pretty much excessively repetitive, but it keeps the mood of scenes in motion and allows for some natural tension to build, even though there really isn't much of it to build on.So though Sister Street Fighter lacks the touch of Sonny Chiba and has all the usual shortcomings of most low budget Kung fu films, it has enough versatile action scenes to entertain.
Aliaa M (de) wrote: Puke. Not entirely but generally.