In Africa, a hunter kills a great lion. The animal turns out to be sacred to a local tribe of voodoo worshipers, and when the hunter returns to England, he finds himself seeing strange ... See full summary »
Angels, Devils & Men is a provocative satire about the afterlife and the greatest mystery of all - show business! God is cast in the role of the Almighty Producer as he directs his ... See full summary »
Dauntless British agent Charles Vine is called upon to escort to London the famed Swedish scientist Henrik Jacobs to negotiate the sale of a secret formula. However, sinister forces ... See full summary »
Maria, a juvenile delinquent is stuck in a boring girls school for young offenders in Sunderland. A suggestive wink and a flash of her knickers at an elderly gardener is enough to convince the old sod to help Maria escape from the school.
From the makers of LICENCE TO KILL (a 1965 Bond spoof) and stars the Bond clone Tom Adams! Adams this time is in the opposite side of the law as a jet setter criminal who masterminded a heist and uses 3 guys and a girl to rob 4 million pound (UK currency) of diamonds, but the double crossing begins. Slow film with little care for any character make this film worthless to watch. Adams acting is same as if he was playing Charles Vine from those BOND take off films. The U.S. video print are edited TV prints and advertised like some kind of a biker film. Not recommended.
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