The Savage Killers (1976)

  |  Action, Drama


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Two masters must combine their skills to defeat an evil lord


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3 December 2008 | kurciasbezdalas
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| A must see for classic Kung Fu movie fans
You probably know that Kung Pow: Enter the Fist was a spoof of this movie. Since they wanted to make a parody of classic Kung Fu films, I think they made a good choice by choosing this film to spoof, because it has all those elements which Kung Fu movie needs. The fighting scenes, were impressive, though most of them lasted too short and some of them looked very fake, I think the best fighting scene was in the end. There also was some original training scenes. The main bad guy was very colorful, he had those to metal caps on his chest (just like in Kung Pow) and it looked pretty impressive when he used that weapon (chain with iron claws on it).

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Genres

Action | Drama

Details

Release Date:

5 August 1976

Language

Mandarin


Country of Origin

Taiwan, Hong Kong

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