Bitter over his wife's death due to what he believes was army negligence, Capt. Viktor Kaleb deserts the cavalry and disappears into the southwestern wasteland. But when marauding Apaches ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Army deserter Capt. Viktor Kaleb is offered a pardon and reinstatement in the cavalry if he agrees to lead a special forces group in a raid against an Apache stronghold into Mexico.
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Mark B (kr) wrote: Cheesy but fun to watch for Christmas.
Jess L (ru) wrote: Brilliant movie - you forget you are watching John Malkovich (rare for me to experience in his movies) he embodies the character to perfection. Tackles some full on issues but doesn't feel draining to watch.
Sasy N (it) wrote: Obwohl ich Jay Mohr extrem unsympathisch finde, ist dieser Film wirklich lustig. Und Josh Charles weinen zu sehen, ist auch etwas wert. ;)
Jonathan S (br) wrote: if i could give this movie any lower a rating i would
Victor R (us) wrote: A wonderful movie. One of the greatest movies I have ever seen.
Private U (es) wrote: A "love story" like only Hammer can do it!
Tristan M (fr) wrote: Not bad. Could be better.
Philip W (es) wrote: Enigmatic and wonderful
Jonathan S (ag) wrote: Actually pretty good. And fun special effects.
Saebom L (br) wrote: Few really funny moments. Generally though, kind of ridiculous.
Zak S (us) wrote: Bummer of a conclusion to the Mariachi trilogy. Huge step down from Desperado, which I thoroughly enjoyed. Weak characters (and too many of them). Convoluted plot. Dumb villains. The fake arm was cool. The first big action sequence on the motorcycles with the cacti was impressive. Rodriguez can definitely do action. Cinematography was no bueno compared to the previous film in the series. Disappointing. [2.5/5 STARS] 
intuciic (gb) wrote: totally boring and lame
Al M (ru) wrote: One of Vincent Price's masterworks, Theater of Blood is the tale of Shakespearean actor who was scorned by critics and supposedly committed suicide. But he returns years later to exact vengeance on his detractors by killing them in elaborate ways that mimic death scenes from classic Shakespeare plays. Renacting scenes not just from famous plays like Hamlet and Julius Caesar but also lesser known works like Cymbeline, Troilus and Cressida, and Titus Andronicus, Theater of Blood will absolutely delight fans of both Shakespeare and Price. To hear him reciting speeches from Hamlet and The Merchant of Venice remains priceless. Undoubtedly, the film proves a little cheesy, but it is also a hilarious and truly brutal little horror film that remains one of the gems in Price's career.