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Samurai Vampire Bikers from Hell (1992)

Not Rated | | Action | 7 December 1992 (USA)
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Alexander Hell, SCOTT SHAW, is a cross-dimensional mercenary. He rides his Harley out of the dark abyss to send ancient vampires back to Hell.

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Kenneth H. Kim ...
Sir Katana
Roger Ellis ...
McGavin
Douglas Robert Jackson ...
Lucas (as Douglas Jackson)
Saemi Nakamura ...
Goddess Nehon
Vincent L. Spezze ...
Vincent
Jonathan Neil Schneider ...
Joseph (as Jonathan Schneider)
Lena Thorsén ...
Vanessa
Susan Jay ...
Princess Die
Steve Cottrell ...
Jacob
Richard Masters ...
Marcus
Dennis Tejon ...
Toronomo
Tipsy La Fabula ...
Holly
Kimberly Bolin ...
Hollywood
Claudia Scholz ...
Nina
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Alexander Hell, SCOTT SHAW, is a cross-dimensional mercenary. He rides his Harley out of the dark abyss to send ancient vampires back to Hell.

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As if the name's not a clue: An Emetic for the eyes!!
6 March 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Vomitously bad. The wooden style of Acting, ego-enriched dialog, and generic fight choreography means this is headed straight for the garbage pile.

Admittedly, seeing the title of this film, one could be forgiven for assuming it to be deliberately humorous, and worthy of sitting in the same stable as the works of Troma, and Tarantino's god awful latter work - yet this manages to lower the bar to almost subterranean levels: this film is so incredibly awful the Moorlocks would move to the 'burbs..

The redeemable part of this film is the beauteous bevy of sexually ambiguous young ladies suitably fanged (another cliché, but great to watch), and a film this bad allows one to further deter watching films created by this group of people again.

The sky is the limit - HOWEVER, considering this garbage, there was never any risk of this being further air pollution.

AVOID.

(AND having read OTHER comments comparing Zen's work to Bruce Lee's, seriously man, you oughta be shot!)


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