Early in the 15th century, the Inquisition, under Tomás de Torquemada created "The Order". The Order was a section created to eliminate all the reincarnations of witches for the centuries ...
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Early in the 15th century, the Inquisition, under Tomás de Torquemada created "The Order". The Order was a section created to eliminate all the reincarnations of witches for the centuries to come. Their members were trained assassins and monks, known for their cruelty. In their possession lay the sword "Reiki", slayer of witches: a sword that can cut the astral-line of witches, disabling their chance for reincarnation. But the sword is lost in the 17th century and The Order are unable to stop the Witches from being re-born. Now for centuries The Order and the Witches have been reincarnating over and over again, fighting their war, until the day "Reiki" is discovered again...Written by
The first three days of shooting were lost due to a 35mm adapter that wasn't working, meaning all the footage was out of focus. See more »
Orphans or not I'm still gonna sent you to your fucking parents.
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I loved it!
I saw this movie, expecting something really crappy but I loved it. Keep in mind that this is a low-budget film like an Evil Dead or an El Mariachi.
The director and writer Pedro Chaves is definitely the new Robert Rodriguez! And he proves it while shooting a action film for nothing! True talent directing!
Acting: I was amazed by the characters of Vann and Hansel! A strong cast that we don't often find in low budget movies. Some actors were really weak, like the twins, but they were just minor characters.
Storywise, I was taken aback. It's a B-movie don't take me wrong, but the story flips from action to comedy to horror to romance and has such an unexpected twist at the end that will blow your mind away! So, shortly: watch Reiki.
I'll give it 8 out of 10 for the surprising effect.
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