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The BeastMaster (All Region Import) (1982)

4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Import, NTSC
  • Language: French
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Imports
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001W72VPW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,601 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Beastmaster DVD Import. Language English.

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111 of 116 people found the following review helpful
The Beastmaster is a cult favorite that was a modest success in its initial release, but found an audience through home video and repeat (and I mean repeat) TV viewings. HBO doesn't stand for Home Box Office, it stands for "Hey, Beastmaster's On!" - Dennis Miller
Called a Conan the Barbarian ripoff, even though it was released shortly after that film which would've made it impossible to copy it, The Beastmaster stars Marc Singer (V: The Miniseries, Beastmaster II & III) as Dar, the last surving member of his tribe, who has the power to communicate telepathically with animals. His sidekicks include a black eagle (really a hawk), a black panther (actually a Bengal tiger painted black) named Ruh, and two cute ferrets named Kodo & Podo. They're on a quest to save the lovely slave girl, Kiri, played voluptuously by Tanya Roberts (Sheena, A View To A Kill, TVs That 70's Show) who also happens to be the cousin of the son of a king imprisoned by the evil Maax, played with an added beak nose by Rip Torn (Men In Black). The film blends a good amount of adventure, action, drama, romance, and heart to make any moviegoer satisfied. But my personal favorite scenes involve Dar playing with his animals (especially Kodo & Podo). Marc Singer is truly an animal lover who cares for them with honesty and sincerity, which gives the movie it's added zeal. Throw in John Amos as Seth for dramatic acting effect and you've got a perfect movie! Gotta love those creepy Birdmen as well as the evil Jun Horde!
The DVD Special Features are pretty good. You of course get the film in it's original widescreen aspect ratio (1.85:1), which is also enhanced for 16x9 TVs.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great cheesy sword and sorcerer fun in "Beastmaster" January 22, 2005
There's something to be said for the "do-it-yourself" approach to making movies. Director Don Coscarelli followed up his smash horror film "Phantasm" with a fantasy adventure inspired by Andre Norton's fantasy novel The Beastmaster. Unfortunately, this project couldn't be entirely self funded so Coscarelli had to go to outside sources. That's where the trouble began. Although he finished the film and was overall quite satisfied, what followed was a battle of wills where the film was taken away from him, he was locked out of the editing room initially but finally the story does, indeed, have a happy ending of sorts.

Dar (Marc Singer) the son of a King stolen from his mother's womb and transported into an animal, seeks revenge against the evil Overlord Maax (Rip Torn) a fanatic who has stolen Dar's kingdom, murdered his parents and tried to sacrifice him when he was an infant. With the assistance of his father's former bodyguard Seth (John Amos) and a freed slave girl Kiri (Tanya Roberts), Dar moves against Maax in a winner-takes-all battle involving magic, swords and a fight to the death. Placed inside an animal by an evil witch intent on sacrificing him at the direction of the nasty overlord Maax (Rip Torn), Dar survives and is adopted by a local peasant. Whne Dar discovers his origin and learns of the murder of his parents by Maax's henchmen, Dar speaks to animals in their language and can make them do his bidding. Dar

What you really need to know if you've purchased this before is whether or not there are any differences between this edition and the previous one. Boasting a wonderful new transfer using Anchor Bay's Divamax high definition transfer method and a 6.1 Dolby Digital EX/DTS soundtrack, The Beastmaster looks and sounds wonderful.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A+ in the B-movie genre! February 16, 2002
UPDATE (2/1/2012): This item is priced like it's out of print (oop) but it's NOT! I just saw a multi-set of flicks (I don't remember the others) in Wally World's bargin bin for $5. Beastmaster, in widescreen, is included. And yes, it is the Marc Singer one. THIS one. So don't pay these prices...

Would like to add that I have hopes for a Bluray. Afterall, if I can watch Flash Gordon (the one with the Queen music) on Bluray I should be able to watch this equally fun film on a bluray as well. In fact, what is stopping them from putting all the films from this series on a blu set? Shout! ? You could do that I bet! ;)

(My old review)
If you're looking at this then you probably already like the movie. Repeated viewings on TBS have made this one of my favorite "comfort" movies. After a stressed out day you can sit down with The Beastmaster and trivial real world stuff just drifts away. It's like a great song. Am I right? It's also a great way to waste a few hours on a rainy day. From the cheesy opening titles to the back-to-back perfect timing sequences that save our heros from certain death - it's forgivable fun. When watching Lord Of The Rings recently I was reminded of Beastmaster (Xena, Hercules, Dragonslayer and all my favorite RPG computer games too). You can *just tell* when the actors are going through the motions and when they are having fun. Beastmaster (and Lord Of The Rings) is the latter. Swords and witches are what it's all about. If that's your bag then read on!

The DVD presentation is much better than I though it would be. The picture and sound will please most. Good color and sharp images. The extras are numerous and vary in quality. However, at this price, why complain?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Exactly as described
Published 5 days ago by Allen
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
i love it
Published 8 days ago by Dragontopia
5.0 out of 5 stars What I think about the movie.
When I watched it for the first time it was kind of scary, it use to scare the heck out of me,
The producers did a great job on the monsters,... Read more
Published 12 days ago by brett
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very pleased
Published 13 days ago by YVETTE EMILIEN
4.0 out of 5 stars 80's craptastic
terrible 80's film but pretty enjoyable, the kids, they love it. the only thing you have to do that's different is turn the Korean subtitles off via dvd menu
Published 20 days ago by patrick
4.0 out of 5 stars beastmaster
Love the movie as always but wasn't crazy about all the different languages. hard to switch from them to English.
Published 22 days ago by Patsy Dill
5.0 out of 5 stars Great movie
I now have this movie in both VHS as well in DVD. The cast of actors is very good. Enjoy the movie greatly. G.Goff
Published 23 days ago by raygoff67
1.0 out of 5 stars It's in English but....
It has subtitles in Chinese, Korean or some Asian language! Very disappointing as it was not clearly stated in the description!
Published 1 month ago by Yara L. Castro
4.0 out of 5 stars a movie from my childhood
I loved this movie from my childhood.It made me want to go out and try to talk to animals like the headmaster.
Published 1 month ago by Thomas Middleton
5.0 out of 5 stars Beastmaster
My wife loved this movie. I've had it on tape for years but it got damaged. She lives Mark Sanger in the part of the Beastmaster. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Oran Helm
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