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Randolf T. Soriao
« Reply #15 on: November 25, 2006, 04:09:49 PM »

I don't like the whole story of this movie and the cast. It's boring.
« Reply #16 on: November 25, 2006, 04:10:12 PM »

   Not exactly a spectacle on the level of "Conan The Barbarian" or even "Red Sonja", but this is a lively and fun little epic.  The knock-off Morricone score is actually pretty above par and at least there isn't a lot of anachronistic humor and dialogue that mars most Sword & Sandal flicks (no one says "O.K" or "This gives me the creeps" like you hear too often in other productions).  The women are engaging and maintain strong physical credibility, especially Lana Clarkson, who handles a sword quite well and sadly lost her life a few years back for no fault of her own.  Rick Hill and Richard Brooker are very nimble and assured in the battle sequences.  Hill in particular has got to be one of the best-looking men ever to grace the fantasy genre.  He's exactly what you'd imagine the Norse gods Thor or Odin would look like and is certainly deserving of better material.  
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« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2009, 10:23:53 AM »

I saw Barbarian what was edited from Deathstalker. It was awesome!
Scott M.
« Reply #18 on: January 19, 2009, 01:26:53 PM »

Deathstalker had a whole series of movies.  There was a bunch of sequels.  I recall that my wife and I had a whole series of bad movie nights where we went through the whole Deathstalker franchise.  There was a LOT of skull ratings in those movies.

I think the most painful one was Deathstalker II I believe.  There was this REALLY annoying ditzy woman who got paired up with our hero.  First off.  Her acting was more wooden than a redwood forest.  Seccond, and this was the killer, she spent the whole movie pretty much whining "Stalker !! Stalker !!" in this godawful high pitched voice that makes us men cringe and want to stab forks in our ears.

My wife and I both wanted Deathstalker, or the villains, or ANYONE to do ANYTHING to get rid of her in some horrific way.  Every scene we were like, "Please let this be the scene where she gets beheaded, eaten, dismembered, GAGGED, etc..."
« Reply #19 on: April 04, 2010, 10:29:44 AM »

John Terlesky should have the deathstalker in all movies. Rick Hill can't hold a candle to Terlesky. Neither can the clown from the third Deathstalker.

Terlesky 4 Life!
Ollie L
« Reply #20 on: June 27, 2010, 06:56:46 AM »

Knowing that I like bad movies, my parents picked up a VHS copy of this for me in some charity shop earlier this year. It wasn't until I saw it on here that I realised how much I really ought to watch it, so excuse me while i dust off the video player..  TeddyR

(looking forward to this)
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