Due to a botched robbery attempt, a ruthless Romanian barbarian is somehow resurrected in modern day New York and begins wreaking havok on a small Manhattan art-house. Chaos ensues as the ... See full summary »
Due to a botched robbery attempt, a ruthless Romanian barbarian is somehow resurrected in modern day New York and begins wreaking havok on a small Manhattan art-house. Chaos ensues as the patrons of the establishment band together to fight for their lives. Written by
The movies playing in the theater are both from Andreas Schnaas, the director of the movie: "Demonium" and "Zombie Doom" (AKA "Violent Shit 3: Infantry of Doom"). "Zombie Doom" is playing when the cops enter the cinema room. (You can hear the dialog when Marc and Ron are running away from the Infantry of Doom) See more »
[while "Violent Shit 3" is playing in the theatre]
Look at this violent shit!
I don't know, not really in the best taste for tonight isn't it?
You've got that right, I hate this stuff.
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NIKOS THE IMPALER is not actual moviemaking. It's really nothing more than a group of people wondering how much carnage they can orchestrate with a limited budget. Even for those who enjoys gore, as I do occasionally, NIKOS doesn't offer enough COMPETENT gore and blood and guts to satisfy.
Perhaps the real audience of NIKOS is those who doesn't require their gore to be well done. If so, then NIKOS is for them. It's mostly childish gore, and most of the killings come by way of decapitations. Really, once you've seen five characters getting their heads badly chopped off by a big sword, do you really need to see 10 more?
4 out of 10
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