A highly entertaining, well-done Japanese action thriller that is well worth a watch.
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A sci-fi action-thriller with horror elements, DEATH MACHINE (1994) is cheesy 1990s B-movie goodness.
This action movie is an enjoyable ride. It’s a great way to spend part of an evening if you’re looking for a film with a fast pace and plenty of violent action. If you’re looking for a film to discuss with your fellow cinema studies graduate students, however, look elsewhere.