While escorting a Spanish princess back to her homeland, a wisecracking gunfighter does battle with such foes as Vikings, Moors, barbarians, evil spirits, a raging bull, and a maniacal Shakespeare-quoting hunchback.
A blind, but deadly, gunman, is hired to escort fifty mail order brides to their miner husbands. His business partners double cross him, selling the women to bandit Domingo. Blindman heads into Mexico in pursuit.
A frustrated and talentless artist finds acclaim for a plaster covered dead cat that is mistaken as a skillful statuette. Soon the desire for more praise leads to an increasingly deadly series of works.
An American stuntman working on spaghetti westerns in Europe picks up two pretty American tourists and they decide to take a road trip around Europe together. However, things don't turn out exactly as each of them expected.
A reporter and her cameraman connect a surviving Jonestown leader and a TV exec's missing son to a drug war where jungle installations are being massacred by an army of natives and a skilled white assassin.
This film has to be seen in its original 3-D form. I loved it! It's a very undemanding film with a very simple story. The whole film is basically a veichle for 3-D effect after 3-D effect. Some of them are better than others. I particularly enjoyed the "flaming arrows" sequence and the "beans" shots. I immediately like Tony Anthony in the lead roll and Gene Quintano as the deliciously slimy villain. The movie is obviously low-budget, the dialogue is multi-lingual (there is a fair amount of dubbing) but the film is still convincing. I believe the film was shot in Spain, passing itself off as Mexico. It is usually sucesfull. In conclusion, this is a must see for all 3-D movie fans. So bad its good? So good its good!
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