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  • Actors: Marko Zaror, Caterina Jadresic, Miguel Angel De Luca, Man Soo Yoon, Alejandro Castillo
  • Directors: Ernesto Díaz Espinoza
  • Writers: Ernesto Díaz Espinoza
  • Producers: Ernesto Díaz Espinoza, Boris Quercia, Brad T. Gottfred, Derek Rundell, Diego Izquierdo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Magnolia
  • DVD Release Date: March 25, 2008
  • Run Time: 93 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00127RAK8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #279,924 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Kiltro" on IMDb

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New martial arts sensation and Stuntman of the Year award winner Marko Zaror, 'The Latin Dragon,' stars as Zamir, leader of a gang of street thugs known as the Kiltros. Zamir is ultimately drawn into a climactic battle to protect and honor the people he loves.

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Seriously though, I haven't seen a movie that provided such a loving homage to the American action/martial arts movies of the 80's and early 90's ever(films like The Last Dragon, American Ninja, and any number of Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, and Chuck Norris pictures)... also oddly enough, the film comes to us all the way from the South American country of Chile!? Kiltro tells the simple(and yet convoluted) tale of Zamir, his obsession with a woman, and a bloodthirsty villian out for revenge against all that wronged him years ago. The basic story is passable enough to showcase first time director Ernesto Diaz, and of course Marko Zaror as a formidable martial arts star. Now for the good about Kiltro; a hero who sports a mullet, evil goons who look like they were transplanted straight from Michael Jacksons "Beat It" music video and are led by the evil Max Kalba(?!) who sports a nicely trimmed grey beard, poneytail, and a cane with a metal claw at the end(picture a self-help guru), a mysterious Dwarf, and best of all a scene where our hero is turned away by the girl of his dreams, which sends him running down darkened streets and alleys crying and punching at thin air... all while David Bowies 1983 hit "Modern Love" blares in the background! Awesome! The bad about Kilro? Basically everything I just mentioned... but that's the charm of the movie. It's definitely not for everyone, but for those that would ever even think about renting a movie named "Kiltro" in the first place,(and you know who you are) should at least be entertained with what the film delivers. As far as the action goes, it's really pretty good(if not a bit over-enhanced)...Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TANTRUM!!!! on March 22, 2008
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Ok, i'm Chilean and very proud of it, but in terms of Cinematic culture, i'm not a patriot. I will not defend this movie out of pride, cause i refuse to let go all my years behind a screen watching major martial arts classics. My honest review for "Kiltro (stray dog)" to you:

This martial arts action western is a very original production in Southamerica, and a cliche-packed low budget film with endless references in asian martial arts culture and interesting revisions to modern independant cinema. Coming from the videoclip underground culture, Director Ernesto Diaz and Chilean-american "The Rock" stuntman and incredible acrobatic athlete, Marko Zaror, putted togheter this "classic" revenge tale filled with intense action and bad over the top acting, costumes and make-up. Zaror is obviously not a drama student, but he is capable of intense long complicated takes involving dozens of enemies in terrifying adrenaline packed showdowns. He is quick and light as a feather, but strong and fit as a rhino. This guy got physical talent and charisma from Chile to the North Pole, you have to see him to believe it. Check the triple spinning reverse kick , and his deadly "corkscrew" slicer. Yes, like i said it.

The easy-going, straight-forward, and "flashback-memories" style revenge story is actualy a western: An old powerful enemy comes back seeking bloody revenge, years after being dishonored and humiliated. Zaror's character is socialy retarded and adicted to picking fights, but to save his loved one and face such a terrible enemy... He has to go training a new style in fighting far away! Classic tale of the awakening of the "one-self" and the true hidden abilities!
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As the first martial arts film ever produced in Chile, "Kiltro" is pretty darn good...but as an entry to the tidal wave of direct-to-video action flicks currently flooding box office shelves across the nation, it's not about to stick out. I almost feel bad in saying so, since the film clearly has a lot of heart worked into it and may very well become a cult classic if hero Marko Zaror makes it in the world of action heroes, but as fledging vehicle-to-fame/'80s throwback movie, "Kiltro" is neither fun nor witty enough to make up for the 89 minutes that Zaror is not flying around the set.

The story: Zamir (Zaror, Mirageman, Chinango) is a troubled neighborhood tuff who has the hots for Kim - a Korean girl he rescued from assault (Caterina Jadresic). When a mysterious, revenge-seeking assassin (Miguel De Luca) arrives in town and attacks the tae kwon do school of Kim's father, Zamir is nearly beaten to death but rescued by a mystic sect that will not only reveal to him the dark connections between the assassin, Kim's father (Man Soo Yoon), and himself, but also train him in the world of martial arts to redeem himself.

Let's make it clear, first and foremost, that Marko Zaror truly is a rising star: a former stuntman and champion of karate and tae kwon do, he certainly has the moves that make him stand out from pack. Comparable to Tony Jaa, he's big on flips and spin kicks, capable of delivering multiple blows in a single leap, and incorporates some wrestling moves for a power effect.
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