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  • Actors: David Winters, Kazu Patrick Tang, Johan Kirsten, Guk Srisawat
  • Directors: Raimund Huber
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, THX, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Well Go USA
  • DVD Release Date: July 29, 2014
  • Run Time: 120 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00JL6L4TA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,141 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Devil's Cauldron - a city of depravity and violence, where only the lethal survive. Two hit men rule these streets, feared by all but loyal to one another. When a beautiful woman seduces them both, they turn on each other, igniting an epic battle that may bring the city to the brink of destruction.

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A cavalcade of carnage --Neomag

Great fight scenes...Macha Polivka is hot --Influx Magazine

Customer Reviews

The worst acting, really awful Kung Fu, and a bad story line.
Teresa L. Brown
Also, the tale doesn’t so much serve the action as it would seem that the plot was little more than a device to string these fight sequences together.
E. Lee Zimmerman
It's one of those things that somebody thought sounded cool, but makes no sense whatsoever.
C. Sawin

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on November 9, 2013
Format: DVD
The story centers around two men. Mozart (Kazu Patrick Tang) who is the wolf. As a child he was saved by a Shaman at the cost of his mother's soul. When she died he was "cared for" by his "brother" Julius (Johan Kirsten) the Dragon, giving us the title. They became successful hitmen in the city of Devil's Cauldron. The story starts out confusing as Mozart is killing Julius' men to the displeasure of their mutual boss. Through a series of flashbacks we discover that Julius attempted to have Mozart killed over a love triangle involving Mary (Macha Polivka) a woman with a dragon tattoo.

The film is basically a Thai grindhouse. It includes some classically bad dubbing on a few of the minor characters. The two hour feature allows us to develop some complexity for the two main characters as we have scenes of Julius visiting his dying mother. Perhaps the downfall of the film is its genre mixing as a martial arts grindhouse and love drama, the latter of which wasn't done well. It also introduces a major character 90 minutes into the film to tie up some plot points.

The film had enough blood splatter and pretty girls to keep be entertained. Its haphazard flashback construction left me slightly confused for the early stages of the film. A soft 4 stars. Worth viewing for grindhouse fans.

Parental Guide: Not much swearing. There were a couple of badly dubbed "Mother Fo's" And when I say Mother Fo I mean Mother Fo and not something that sounds like it. There was something that sounded like a quick F-bomb spoken by Julius when he first describes Mary's dragon tattoo. Sex scenes and a healthy amount of nudity including the main female leads Macha Polivka and Guk Srisawat.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Sawin VINE VOICE on July 29, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
There are times when films are so bad no amount of harsh criticism, witty insults, or descriptive analyses of the excruciating chunk of willpower it took to finish such an appalling piece of cinematic garbage is ever enough; "Dragonwolf" is one of those films. It's the type of "action" film that leaves you scrambling for your sanity once it's finished. Watching "Dragonwolf" is like forcing yourself to stare at hot garbage as it melts, decays, and cooks in the blistering sun.

Kazu Patrick Tang is Mozart; a man who should have died but is on one last "Hail Mary" mission before he croaks. Mozart's appearance is laughable. He looks like an Asian version of Haley Joel Osment after he mugged a homeless man for the dirty hair extensions that reminded him of his better days and a purple suit that had to be on the same rack Harry and Lloyd found their orange and blue suits in "Dumb and Dumber."

Mozart and his best friend Julius (Johan Kirsten)are hitmen that work for a criminal organization that seems to be behind just about everything relating to the law, politics, shoddy drug dealers, or whatever else is random and vague enough to get the point across that they're basically the bouncers behind everyone and everything walking the streets. Mozart and Julius work for a man named Brutus (David Winters) who is paranoid that Mozart and Julius are getting too big for their law breaking britches, so he threatens them with impalement.

Childhood friends are then torn apart over the love of the same woman. Julius begins dating a woman named Mary (Macha Polivka) who Mozart confesses his admiration for. Julius and Mozart go to war because of it without thinking of the consequences.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By amazonka on August 2, 2014
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The plot is a big uncomprehensible mess with elements of silly magic. What others say about the dubbing/voice over issues is true. Comparison to Kill Bill is just due to some similar story and fight elements, including the fight scene of a Russian assassin a la Gogo Yubari. The martial arts choreography is excellent, but what spoils all Mozart's (main hero) fights, is the unrealistic voice over his presumably fighting exhales, those "he" and "eh" could have been muted, seriously. Besides they should have spent a bit more money on costumes, as Mozart (Kazu Patrick Tang) looked ridiculous in his over-sized baggy suit.
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