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Natas: The Reflection (1986)

A reporter searches for the truth behind an old Indian legend about a spirit that guards the entranceway to heaven and hell.

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Steve
Pat Bolt ...
Terry
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Jay
Kelli Kuhn ...
Angie
Fred Perry ...
Spec
Tom Martinelli ...
Barkeep
Nino Cochise ...
Smohalla, Indian Shaman
Robert Cota ...
The Killer (as Bob Cota)
Richard Aufmuth ...
Gamber
Jerry Crutsinger ...
Doctor
Leslie Donnelly ...
Prospector
Gloria Goodman ...
Saloon Girl 1
Ted Karadenes ...
Marshall
Rea Orcutt ...
Saloon Girl 2
Will 'Nahkohe' Strickland ...
Gunfighter
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Steve finds an old Indian Shaman who informs Steve that time is running out and that the evildoer, Natas, will soon return and must be stopped. Steve follows the map and uses the magical necklace the Shaman gave to him to seek out and stop Natas. After one visit to a ghost town with Zombies, Steve returns with four friends to prove the existence of this town and to help him find and defeat Natas. Written by Robert J. Stahl <rjstahl@asu.edu>

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21 October 1986 (USA)  »

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Nino Cochise, who claimed to be 109 years old at the time the movie was made in 1983, died in December 1984. See more »

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Referenced in Ban the Sadist Videos! (2005) See more »

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If this can get released... we are all master film-makers!
2 September 2004 | by (UK) – See all my reviews

Just great! The stupidest film ever made. At least "Plan 9" was funny in an off-beat way. This is hilariously bad! Why isn't this a cult film amongst the terminally stoned?

Early '80's, video nasties, banned films, horror films popular, adult films decreasing in popularity; MONEY TO BE MADE! A good few former Porn stars and film-makers started making "Horror" films to cash in. Not that this has any sex in it, but all of the actors (and acting) - particularly the lead man with his fashionable neckerchief, looks strangely 70's shag-fest material.

If you are an aspiring film maker, and even if it's your parent's cheap camcorder, watch this and you will be inspired. Because of it's greatness? Not quite. It's just that it's so bad that even a lamp-post could make a better film. Worst film of all time, bar none.

Has been many years since I've seen it, but I clearly remember the scene at the petrol pump where the lead asks a petrol attendant for the location of a town. All I remember is rolling around on the floor laughing, the acting was SOOOOO bad... The effects were even funnier. I recommend this film, not for being a spoof (quite the opposite, it takes itself wonderfully seriously) but to show how even total junk can get released! I must look for this on DVD...


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