Paul Johnson is a guy running for his life. A year after surviving a werewolf attack, he now carries the burden of the bloodline and finds himself chased down and hunted by a team of Goverment based Specialists.
Blaise and Nessa are outcast methadone users in their small town. Each day they push a rusty lawnmower door-to-door begging to cut grass. Nessa plots an escape, while Blaise lingers closer ... See full summary »
Kyle M. Hamilton,
Kibakichi is one of those movies they screen at Mifnight at those small family own cinemas or on cable TV. If you go watch it with that mindset it is not a bad movie. But if you are into plot, character driven movies with great acting and plot, skip this movie.
The movie is OK, not bad but abit slow until the end. The acting is B grade, the monsters are rubber costumes. The fights scenes are not bad, the end was rather good. It takes a lot of athleticism to fight and run and jump in the rubber costumes with explosions going off. (if that sounds good to you then this movie is for you!).
While I wont say its a great or even a good movie, it has interested me enough to go look for Kibakichi 2.
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