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Deathstalker 1983 123movies

Deathstalker 1983 123movies

Journey to an age of awesome magic.Sep. 02, 198380 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – The warrior Deathstalker is tasked by an old witch to obtain and unite the three powers of creation – a chalice, an amulet, and a sword – lest the evil magician Munkar get them and use them for nefarious purposes. After obtaining the sword, Deathstalker joins with other travelers going to the Big Tournament to determine the strongest warrior. The false king holds the true princess in captivity, and plots to have Deathstalker killed, and Deathstalker must fight to free the princess.
Plot: The warrior Deathstalker is tasked by an old witch lady to obtain and unite the three powers of creation – a chalice, an amulet, and a sword – lest the evil magician Munkar get them and use them for nefarious purposes. After obtaining the sword, Deathstalker joins with other travelers going to the Big Tournament to determine the strongest warrior. The false king holds the true princess in captivity, and plots to have Deathstalker killed, and Deathstalker must fight to free the princess.
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Whatever happened to family movies?
WOW ! If there ever was such a thing called a “guy movie” this is it. Deathstalker is one of few films that includes sword fighting, nudity, mud wrestling, full frontal nudity, and mid evil characters that talk like they’re from New Jersey! You got to love it. Take my advice and rent this flick, buy a six pack and a pizza and lock the doors. This is one worth watching if you just broke up with your girl friend.
Review By: caspian1978 Rating: 4 Date: 2001-03-12
Blood, Gore, Biceps, and Boobs Galore!
If the Spaghetti spear and sandal movies of the late 1950s and early 1960s were an acquired taste, the sword and sorcery movies of the 1980s qualify as an even greater acquired taste. ‘Greater,’ in this instance, is used in a pejorative sense. Sword and sorcery movies are lowest denominator adventure epics that fixate on bared breasts, bloody swords, and beefy biceps. Some infamous tyrant rules a kingdom without right and a hero must challenge his dominance. Many classify these “Hercules” movies as ‘guilty pleasures.’ Nobody takes them seriously. After all, they are ancient, larger-than-life hokum about mesomorphic men and wicked villains pitted against each other in a life or death struggle in fantasy settings. Witches and a plethora of phantasmagoric creatures lurking about in caves fleshed out these movies.

John Frankenheimer protégé James Sbardellati made his directorial debut with the colorful but cheesy R-rated opus “Deathstalker,” an amusing 81-minute spectacle lensed on location in Argentina, South America. Like “The Sword and The Sorcerer” and “Ator, The Fighting Eagle,” “Deathstalker” and its three sequels sought to cash in on the success of John Milius’ “Conan the Barbarian” with Arnold Schwarzenegger. “Conan” depicted the exploits of a mighty, muscle-bound troubleshooter who battled wizards, demons, and witches. The Milius film boasted a big budget, thanks to its indulgent producer Dino De Laurentiis. Schlockmeister Roger Corman produced “Deathstalker” and it looks bargain basement priced. Kentucky native Rick Hill, who later appeared in “The Devastator” and “Warrior Queen,” provides the brawn as the eponymous macho man. Hill brings his sardonic perspective to this relatively thankless, one-dimensional role. Initially, his conduct appears less than heroic.

In the first scene, Deathstalker rescues a damsel-in-distress from loathsome adversaries. He slays these plug-ugly opponents, who apparently have have incest as well as leprosy in their genes, with skill and dexterity. Ironically, Deathstalker resumes theire depredations where they had left off, only to be distracted by a courier from a deposed monarch. King Tulak (George Sorvic) pleads for Deathstalker to rescue his comely daughter Princess Codille (Playboy Playmate Barbi Benton of “Hospital Massacre”) from the evil sorcerer Munkar (Bernard Erhand of “Firefox”) who used his magic to depose Tulak and plans to make her his wife. Deathstalker turns down Tulak’s request.

Later, a crone of a witch, Toralva (Lillian Ker), appeals to Deathstalker. “With your strength and courage, Deathstalker, you can use the power of the sword to get the amulet. He who wears it cannot die. With the sword and the amulet, you can get the chalice and reunite the three powers of creation.” Moreover, he will be able to destroy Munkar, the source of all evil in the kingdom. Toralva explains that Munkar possesses the amulet of life and the chalice of magic, but lacks the crucial third component: the sword of justice. In fact, Munkar sought to steal the sword from Toralva,but Deathstalker rode to her rescue. Clearly, our protagonist liked her better than Tulak. The witch assures Deathstalker that he is the only man with enough courage and strength to wield the sword and consolidate the powers of life, magic, and justice. Before Deathstalker can embark on his journey, he has to burrow into a cave, locate a creature, Salmaron (Augusto Laretta of “The Official Story”), who Munkar had turned into a monster and confined in the earth for 30 years without a glimpse of sunlight. Deathstalker clashes with a giant that accosted him in the cave and defeats him after Salmaron slings him the magic sword. Later,Salmaron takes advantage of the sword’s magical powers to convert him back into a human being.

Not long afterward, Deathstalker teams up with the two warriors, the agile Oghris (Richard Brooker) and the lovely Kaira (Lana Clarkson of “Barbarian Queen”) on their way to Munkar’s kingdom. Kaira has no qualms about baring her breasts and responds to Deathstalker’s lusty inclinations. The trio ride off to compete in an “Enter the Dragon” style combat tournament hosted by the nefarious Munkar. The latter wants to determine which warrior will become heir to his kingdom. Never does it occur to these pugnacious combatants that the sorcerer has no plans to die. In fact, only Deathstalker seems to realize that Munkar is up to no good. Indeed, Munkar only wants these foolish warriors to annihilate each other so he can kill the surviving champion and never fear about anybody deposing him.

The saving grace of “Deathstalker” is that the filmmakers don’t take themselves seriously and they have an ample number of scantily-clad, nubile babes wandering around the ancient sets. Sbardellati does a good job of cross-cutting among the series of fights so that it ends up being an exciting montage of combat. When Deathstalker swings his sword, heads fly. What Sbardellati lacks in orchestrating the swordfights, he equals with buckets of blood and gore. One combatant smashes his opponent to a pulp with an enormous mallet. The violence is amoral. Our hero shows his amoral side early in the action when he behaves as villainously as his opponents. Later, after the witch recruits him to the side of good and honor, Deathstalker reforms and behaves like a hero. My favorite character is Howie, a cheesy looking “Ghoulies” type monster that lives in a treasure box and contents itself with a diet of fingers and eyeballs fed to it by Munkar. The most imaginative scene has Munkar changing one of his warriors into Playboy model Barbi Benton so he can get close enough to stab Deathstalker with a dagger. Of course, Deathstalker never meets his match. Sbardellati and “Barbarian Queen” scenarist Howard Cohen kill off poor Kaira far too early. Altogether, “Deathstalker” qualifies as a hokey sword and sorcery sage with some average photography, interesting music, and lots of blood, gore, and boobs.

Review By: zardoz-13 Rating: 8 Date: 2009-09-22

Other Information:

Original Title Deathstalker
Release Date 1983-09-02
Release Year 1983

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 8890685
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director James Sbardellati
Writer Howard R. Cohen
Actors Rick Hill, Barbi Benton, Richard Brooker
Country United States, Argentina
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Arriflex Cameras and Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe, Hollywood (CA), USA
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Deathstalker 1983 123movies
Deathstalker 1983 123movies
Original title Deathstalker
TMDb Rating 4.9 91 votes

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