Six-String Samurai Movie Review 1998

Information and Film Reviews for Six-String Samurai the Movie

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In 1957 the USSR bombs and assumes control of the U.S., and Las Vegas is the only safe haven of freedom. Forty years later, a rock musician/samurai is on an odyssey across the desert to replace the recently deceased Elvis as king of the neon city; challenging his quest is another guitar-slinger, Death (Gauger), and his cronies. Our hero Buddy (played by martial artist Falcon as a cross between Buddy Holly and Yojimbo) and his sidekick The Kid (McGuire) must face all the bad guys we've come to expect in a post-apocalyptic adventure. Filled with campy dialogue and well-staged Hong Kong-style action (directed by Falcon), basically all the makings of a good midnight movie, but it doesn't quite come together.

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Not Yet Released

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 89 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Post-Apocalypse, Viva Las Vegas!, Road Trip, Rock Flicks, Elvisfilm
Screenplay
Lance Mungia, Jeffrey Falcon
Cast
Jeffrey Falcon, Justin McGuire, Stephane Gauger, John Sakisian
Cinematography
Kristian Bernier
Director
Lance Mungia
Music
Brian Tyler

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