Thriller / Western

IMDb Rating 6.6 10 979


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April 30, 2021



Anthony Dawson as Student
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822.48 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
85 min
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1.49 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
85 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by oOgiandujaOo_and_Eddy_Merckx 8 / 10 / 10

Sunstruck western

Deadlock is a metaphysical western filmed in a dust-trap out in the Negev desert. It's an effective homage to Leone though very much its own film as well. A couple of guys pull off a heist and make their separate ways out to the desert to hole up until attention has died down. There are three inhabitants of the small mining town, Dump who has some sort of caretaker role in relation to the disused mine, Jessy a young girl, and Corinna, an older lady, each waltzing with their own personal oblivions, as crazy as you like. There's a cartoonish element to most murder in the movies, but the first part of this movie rather emphasises how difficult it is to kill someone, how you have to go against all the hardwiring in your head that says not to. So when the violence does happen, it hits home pretty hard. It's a tough movie, with no happiness at all, filled with loneliness, and it sort of hints at the impossibility of friendship and the abject selfishness baked into us all. For me it felt like watching it was a spiritual exfoliation.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 8 / 10 / 10

Obscure little showdown movie

A strange, small scale little movie, a showdown between three main characters and other assorted oddballs, as everyone falls out following a heist. Shades of RESERVOIR DOGS here, then, and it does have plenty going for it aside from the scant plotting. It's a German movie shot out in the Israel desert somewhere, with a great sense of the visual: all rusted machinery and ghost town chic. The cast happens to be very good, even with some dubbing; Mario Adorf delivers another great sleazy turn that reminded me of his roles in the Fernando di Leo crime classics, and '50s veteran Anthony Dawson (DIAL M FOR MURDER) is a welcome presence too. No classic, and very obscure, this is still worth tracking down for genre fans.

Reviewed by kosmasp 8 / 10 / 10

Burned out Western

The movie is so slow paced that you may not like how it evolves. It also only has a few characters and a very contained location setting. But if you buy into it and do not mind that it tends to get violent, tends to have weird characters to say the least and sounds like it has been dubbed (the english allegedly original audio) - then you will have a movie that will have your attention from start to finish. I really dug the weirdness of it, the setting, the character quirks and how it went on with the intertacting and backstabbing. Certain things are quite predictable - which may be because I've seen quite a few movies and because they rely on cliches too. Still a low budget sort of western, that might be able to tickle you in all the right places. Be aware of what this is and how its pace is and mood are ... and decide for yourself

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