Comin' at Ya!

Comin' at Ya!

1981, R, 91 min. Directed by Ferdinando Baldi. Starring Tony Anthony, Victoria Abril, Gene Quintano, Ricardo Palacios.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Mon., March 11, 2002

This EuroWestern is best known as the movie that revived the 3-D movie phenomenon. Its 3-D effects are constant – the movie goes no more than five minutes without one. The movie's violence quotient is exaggerated by the 3-D effects of flying bullets and arrows. The film is the brainchild of its star Tony Anthony.

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