The Topalovic family has been in the burial business for generations. When the old (150 yrs old) Pantelija dies, five generations of his heirs start to fight for the inheritance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Marathon Family
The Topalovic family has been in the burial business for generations. When the old (150 yrs old) Pantelija dies, five generations of his heirs start to fight for the inheritance.
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anders p (ca) wrote: While it's premise is beyond stupid, some of the acting is a bit sub-par, and the cliffhanger ending pissed me off, Outpost:Black Sun is still an entertaining B-movie experience due to some witty dialogue, gruesome action scenes, tense moments, and great make-up. I would actually be interested in seeing a sequel to this.
Marcus M (ru) wrote: A few good action set pieces, but i felt there was something missing this time round.
Carrington G (ca) wrote: A believable and intruiging concept, dulled down by cheesy acting and dialogue. Its the thought provokingness of the story however that keeps you hooked.
James L (es) wrote: A movie exploring love, jealousy and the Korean psyche. Quite thought-provoking
Kristin R (gb) wrote: It was sweet! Great movie about coming of age.
m f (gb) wrote: "You call me beautiful at home, then you are ashamed to be seen with me in public. You are ashamed of beauty you recognize that no one else does. You are ashamed to love me!"
Jason M (it) wrote: A lovely character focused movie with some awe-inspiring action.
Kevin D (us) wrote: Is this also called "Velocity"?
Alberto C (ag) wrote: El odio solamente genera mas odio, esta pelicula lo demuestra a manos llenas. Magnifica, soberbia y brutal.
monsieur r (de) wrote: Pretty lame murder mystery with cult. Well, we guess it had to happen. A Black Dracula was the furthest from anyone's minds. This is a sequel to the first Blacula movie. With the popularity of the genre, blaxploitation finds its horror side too. Seems as though horror has no particular race in mind. Brought back to the world of the living by means of a voodoo ceremony, the dread Blacula is loosed with insatiable bloodlust on the population of a small community in the Louisiana back country. This Dracula doesn't hang round a castle, he socializes big time. He goes to parties, he wears a black cape all the time. He speaks the King's English, very articulate but none of that Transylvania accent stuff. But at least he travels as a bat through the night and sleeps in a coffin during the day. This is taking liberties with Dracula beyond the pale. It is laughable. Blacula travels the city streets, passes up hookers. Sucks the blood out of criminals. If you are into creative Dracula themes, this one may be for you. Not my usual taste in films, but it's almost Halloween at the time of the writing. Starring: William Marshall as Blacula, Pam Grier, Don Blackman, Bernie Hamilton, Richard Lawson, Eric Mason, Janee Michelle, Don Mitchell, Lynne Moody, Craig T. Nelson, Kenneth W. O'Brien, Barbara Rhoades, Arnold Williams, Nicholas Worth, Bob Minor, Richard Washington, Beverly Gill, Bob Hoy, Van Kirksey, Sybil Scotford, Michael Conrad, Judith Elliotte, James Kingsley, Dan Roth, Alan Jones, James Payne Director: Bob Kelljan Studio: MGM Rated: PG Runtime: 1 hr. 35 min. Genre: Classics, Horror Theatrical Release: Jun 27, 1973 Wide
Donibscottctcisnet D (es) wrote: Not bad for the 50's ! There were none of the effects then to embellish with. So all in all , a good old show.