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Stagknight (2007)

 -  Comedy | Horror  -  2007 (UK)
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Stagknight is derived from the uncensored lusty straight-to-Drive-In horrors of the 70's and 80's, I Spit on your Grave, The Beast, Samurai Assisan, movies that spawned the mighty Evil Dead... See full summary »

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Brian
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Charles
Jason Lee Hyde ...
David (as Jason Hyde)
Harry Athwal ...
Driver
Sandra Dickinson ...
Fay
Danielle Mason ...
Ginger
Stephen Wisdom ...
Lead Explorer
Tony Tang ...
Makoto
Joe Montana ...
Roger
Santos Regules ...
Santos (as Santos De Castro)
Simon Cathcart ...
Sean
Barry McNeill ...
Steve The Queen
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Wolf (as JC Mac)
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William
Paul Coskun ...
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Stagknight is derived from the uncensored lusty straight-to-Drive-In horrors of the 70's and 80's, I Spit on your Grave, The Beast, Samurai Assisan, movies that spawned the mighty Evil Dead, American Werewolf in London, later Aliens. Set deep in dark mythical English woods Stagknight presents a uniquely stupid look at this genre through the cracked "Weekend Warriors" paintball team. This is mansville not boytown on a blow-out bachelor paintball weekender bender of dirty tricks, hot babes and truly splatter-tastic medieval kills to die for. Written by Simon Cathcart

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Sex, drugs, guns and one killer knight out...

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Don't get all the hate toward this movie...
22 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's fast-paced, slick, lively, deliberately silly/comical, and certainly a lot less dumb than myriad recent horror spoofs like "Transylmania." Some aspects are broad, but others are slyly unexpected, like the villainess' seduction scene with yuppie jerk Charles, and her mute giant brother's feelings toward the camp yet resilient gay guy. It's a deliberately crass movie, yet it's got some wit, energy and invention, certainly more so than most recent low-budget U.S. slashers (or spoofs thereof). As a semi-guilty pleasure, I've watched it several times and quite enjoyed it every time. My favorite performer was Martin Bayfield, absolutely. He does a sympathetic Igor/Frankenstein "monster" act with considerable charm.


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