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Six-String Samurai (The Blade) (1998)

Six-String Samurai
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6.7 IMDB rating
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Lance Mungia Lance Mungia


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Joseph Campbell would like this movie

9 years, 2 months ago at May 4 6:45
If you haven't seen Six-String Samurai yet, stop reading this review right now and rent it. Other reviewers have talked about this movie being over-hyped, but coming at this moving completely clean, I thought it was great fun. This is not a post-apocalyptic thriller. This is not a kung-fu flick. This is a kid's movie. I'd bet dollars to donuts that Six-String Samurai started out as someone's bedti... read more
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Description: Six-String Samurai is a 1998 post-apocalyptic action/comedy film directed by Lance Mungia, starring Jeffrey Falcon and Justin McGuire. Brian Tyler composed the score for this film along with the Red Elvises, the latter providing the majority of the soundtrack. The film was greeted with a great deal of excitement when shown at Slamdance in 1998, winning the Slamdance awards for best editing and cinematography, and gathering extremely favorable reviews from influential alternative, cult and indie film publications such as Fangoria, Film Threat[2] and Ain't It Cool News. It is billed as a "post-apocalyptic musical satire&qu ... (more)
Release date: 18 September 1998
UPC: 660200300128
Tags: Martial Arts (6), Action (5), Adventure (4), Post Apocalyptic (4), 1998 (3), Sci-fi (3), Music (3), Samurai (2), 1990s (2), Orphan (2), Guitar (2), Las Vegas (2), Independent Film (2), Desert (2), Death (2), (2), 1990's (2), Boy (1), Grim Reaper (1), Nuclear War (1)
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"Reason for the future sucking: Soviet Union attacks the U.S. with nuclear weapons making most of the country an inhospitable desert. And only, Buddy, can save the day after Death. starts hunting down potential kings of rock n' roll. The Six-String Samurai, has left the building. Thank you, thank you very much. Year it takes place: A hunka hunka burning post apocalyptic alternate 1957. "

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"Re-watch - Nov. 25th When I found out I could see this on the big screen, I knew I had to go. I think the last time I watched it was when I made the ex watch it with me, which would have been 2009 so I haven't had it in any of my journals yet (though it's appeared in other lists of mine). The first time I ever saw it was well after its theatrical run when a former friend of mine insisted we watch it one night, and I've loved it ever since but only ever been able to watch it at home. It's not a "

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