Die Braut des Teufels (1968)

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Die Braut des Teufels: Directed by Terence Fisher. With Christopher Lee, Charles Gray, Nike Arrighi, Leon Greene. Devil worshipers plan to convert two new victims.

“Shot/ created / pasted/ spirited into deranged celluloid sentience, and seemingly without pausing for breath; the maniacal martial arts polymath, and all-round action-movie, mad scientist / impish impresario Godfrey Ho is back in B-Movie business with this bellicose, disjointed beauty, and after his deadly K.O blow u0026#39;Commando Furyu0026#39;; the god-like Ho is still swinging like a crack-addled, bipolar mo-fo; dazzling his avid, Ninjitsu-raddled, cheap-socky film-fans with this unwieldy tumult of dementoid Ninja delirium! Identikit, Ninja action movies were ubiquitous DTV fodder in the mid-late 80s, and yet, only one truly extraordinary man; only one luminous, film-making, foreword-thinking visionary knew the true lasting value of composite, schiziod action; and that vertiginous, future-writing polymath still walks among us mere mortals, Ninjoids! And, happily, said future is here and now, scabies and gentlesperms: and that sublime future is,u0026#39;Shadow Killers Tiger Forceu0026#39;!!!! The words u0026#39;Ripu0026#39; and u0026#39;Roaringu0026#39; were only recently minted and perfectly paired for such a sublime cinematic glory as this dazzling diorama of dung-headed, death-dealing doom! Godfrey Ho, wherever thou art; thine magnificent movie (F)artistry is greatly appreciated; especially by this sleep-deprived, B-Movie-boiled, permanently u0026#39;Ninja, head-bandedu0026#39; noggin of mine!”


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