Five Deadly Venoms

Five Deadly Venoms

A dying teacher instructs his final student to check on the activities of five former pupils, each of whom he taught a unique and special style of kung-fu to: The Centipede, Snake, Scorpion...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1978
  • Language:Mandarin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   torture,   judge,  

A martial arts master commands a student to track down some of his other students and get them to stop those that have used their skills for nefarious ends. The Centipede, The Snake, The Scorpion, The Lizard, and The Toad must decide if they will join together to obey their old master's wishes. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Bailey G (us) wrote: (A complete waste of time)If u thought the first two Hatchet films were bad you're in for a real shocker.Hatchet III has nothing more to offer than faketality and gore. Chopping people's Heads off has all been done before. The acting is okay, the special effects look really fake and the blood looks like red paint. The cinematography is raw and pathetic. I do not recommend you see it. Hatchet III fails overall purposes as a sequel and as a horror film. Point made, this is the worst Hatchet film out of all of them.

Maxwell H (jp) wrote: I really liked the overall chronologic "flow" and style of the story, but many pieces of Gainsbourg's life were either glossed over or just thrown in there without introduction. However, the presentation does paint Gainsbourg as more of a "bohemian" and if events adhered more rigidly to the chronology of his life, I think that bohemian effect would be lost along with a part of the movie's magic.

Tim H (au) wrote: Pretty damn funny, but I think his weekly monologue on Tosh.0 is better.

Alexis G (kr) wrote: I am in love with this movie! It's truly a one of a kind Tintin adventure. I've read the comics and watched the cartoons so naturally I had to see this movie and I was not disappointed! The animation is beautiful, the music and special effects keep the viewer captivated and lastly the story is an idea taken from an episode of the show, but changed into something that becomes so original. The writers and directors brought the classic characters we all love to life in perfect balance, it's almost as if they flew out of the comics straight to the big screen. If you're a Tintin fan than this movie is a must have :)

Danny M (ru) wrote: Not the best horror but certainly not the worst!

Erin D (mx) wrote: it was an interesting film. not what i was expecting, but it had many layers. it was quite sad.

yo m (de) wrote: it looks scary i want 2 see

Tangee C (gb) wrote: To begin, I'm a big fan of Anne Rice. I have avoided watching any of these movies because I am so captivated by the lore and characters in the books, I figured the movies would just be disappointing. I was not disappointed in my disappointment.The good points: it's pretty, costuming was fun, cameos from Robert Downey Jr and Peter Steele and the music wasn't too bad. Now, for the harshness: This story they were working with really played out in three novels and were told from various character's POVs. I am sure the screenwriters gave it a great try, but so much of the narrative was omitted that it just didn't make sense. There were pivotal characters at the climax of the film and we didn't even know their names, much less their connection to the lead. This might have been more coherent as two films. Trying to blend some stories together to save time is forgivable, but editing to such a point where we cannot understand why Lestat turned on Akasha was really a bad choice. Sure, she seemed a bit harsh, but they never showed her as the genocidal maniac she was. This entire series of novels deserves to have a series of good, true to the story films. These stylized vanity films suck and not in a sexy way.

Kevin M (br) wrote: Gripping saga of a love pursued over time, across cultures, and around the world by star-crossed soulmates grasping for a second chance with someone from the outside world after being rejected by their own families. A haunting story, with breathtaking visuals and epic scope. Jason Scott Lee is fantastic in a challenging role. Sorry no happy ending.

roy w (de) wrote: the epitome of Christmas for a child of the 80s, early 90s

Denise H (es) wrote: this is excellent saw it awhile back but can't seem to find it anymore to watch.. I hope you take advantage and try to watch it it's a keep you on the edge of your seat movie..

Scottt F (it) wrote: A film that grew in my estimation in the months after I saw it. A masterpiece.

James M (nl) wrote: I always cry at the end!