El Cazador de la muerte
Nomination Year: 2009
SYNOPSIS: More of a "Deathwanderer," really. In a movie full of non-sympathetic characters, our barbarian protagonist fits right in. The miniscule plot consists of the following: Deathstalker is a barbarian. He fights people, and things. He has sex with women. He ends up at a great contest of warriors. He wins the contest, and destroys the magic items belonging to the evil wizard who staged the contest. To paraphrase Matt, the plot consisted pretty much entirely of (a) leather, and (b) breasts comma naked.
Can't Keep a Good Tattoo Down
The evil wizard has a huge elaborate dragon tattoo on the left side of his bald head. Except for this one shot in a dungeon, where it's clearly on the right side of his head.
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame Rick Hill "Deathstalker" in Deathstalker and (presumably because the money ran out) Deathstalker IV Barbi Benton has since given up acting to become an Interior Decorator Lana Clarkson Was in Deathstalker Victor Bo Patrick Duggan
Director Claim to Fame James Sbardellati primarily a second-unit or assistant director, this is the first film he directed ... and he acquitted himself suitably
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