Beyond The Limits (2003)

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Avg Rating: 2.7 / 5. Voted: 22

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AKA: The Day the Dead Walked
Directed by: Olaf Ittenbach
Starring: Joe Cook (Paul Pattuchi), Darren Shahlavi (Dennis), Russell Friedenberg (Tom Brewster), David Creedon (David Deming), Natacza Boon (Annabelle), James Matthew-Pyecha (Jimmie Levinson), Simon Newby (Mortimer), Thomas Reitmair (Rick), Hank Stone (James Flynn), Christopher Kriesa (Frederick), Mehmet Yilmaz (Christopher), Kimberly Liebe (Vivian)
Country: Germany; Effed Up German Movies
Language: English
Runtime: 01:46:29
Genres: Gore-Gruesome-Splatter, Violence against Men, Violence against Women, Religion, Satanism, Torture

Plot – Spoilers:
The quest for Belial’s Eternal Heart across two time periods – medieval and modern England – leads to very satisfying gore from the relentless Olaf Ittenbach.

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January 14, 2022 9:57 pm

If Tommy Wiseau hired a bunch of early-2000s porn stars and random tourists loitering outside the set and made a thriller with all the Business Man suits the local halloween store had on offer.

January 15, 2022 1:39 am

Nice, a good way to start the weekend with good old Olaf, thanks to the EUM guys for getting these movies

Zed Man
Zed Man
January 18, 2022 2:09 am

Saw this on YT but it was severely cut. Another gore fest from Olaf, the king of German splatter films. Dont know why ppl rubbish his movies, it has all the good ingredients and I, for one enjoy his style, horror mixed with comedy and some bad acting but strangely watchable. I hope this is the uncut version which is notoriously hard to find.

The White Horseman
The White Horseman
February 2, 2022 11:45 pm


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February 3, 2022 8:52 pm

You’re face is crap

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Your* If you’re going to pathetically try to insult someone, get your grammar right.

April 3, 2022 6:26 am

somehow reminiscent of Reservoir Dogs and Game of Thrones, but twice as bloody and half as smart, which is not necessarily a bad thing. Weirdly entertaining. The first movie I’ve seen where martial arts is used a fight set during medieval times.