Hell Hunters (1987)

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A Nazi scientist, wanted as a war criminal, develops a spider serum that turns people into fascist Nazi zombies. A pair of investigators who have devoted their lives to hunting down Nazi ... See full summary »


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26 July 2006 | gridoon
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| Forget the "names"....Nelia is the real show here
Maud Adams (of "Octopussy" fame) is a Nazi hunter who tries to get close to an infamous Nazi war criminal (Stewart Granger) by marrying his nephew. But the Nazi finds out her plans and has her killed. Now it's up to her daughter and a young soldier (who saves her life) to go to Paraguay, discover the Nazi's secret base and take him out. Despite being shot on location in Brazil and Paraguay, and having some semi-big names in the cast (it must be noted that George Lazenby has a very small role), "Hell Hunters" is a low-grade, fairly unbelievable action film that moves in fits and starts. Main point of interest, for me at least, was a strong action-girl supporting role for the beautiful Nelia J. Cozza, who helps the heroes in their mission. The female lead is not bad either, she looks a bit like Martha Plimpton. (**)

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Genres

Action | Horror

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Release Date:

9 March 1989

Language

English


Country of Origin

West Germany, USA

Filming Locations

Brazil

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