Killing in Istanbul (1967)


Directed by: Yilmaz Atadeniz

Stars: Irfan Atasoy, Pervin Par, Muzaffer Tema

Language: Turkish | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Turkey | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip

Also known as:  Kilink Istanbul’da

Description: Kilink, the Turkish super anti-hero,who was a lookalike of the Italian comic-strip hero Killing, who was a lookalike of the other Italian super hero Kriminal,opens the long series of Kilink installments with this blockbuster cornerstone of the Turkish cinema! The only rival who could possibly stand in his way is no other than… Superman!… Kilink visits Istanbul in order to grab a destructive formula which is in the hands of an once-collaborate scientist,professor Houloussi. He murders him, kidnaps his daughter, tortures her in some gloomy dungeon, and then kidnaps more people and tortures them but still, the formula remains hidden. Meanwhile, the son of professor Houloussi is blessed by a Devinne spirit and turns into Superman! But will he be a worthy opponent to the unbeatable and evasive master of all criminals, Kilink?? Well, at any rate,,be prepared for a delirious,psychedelic,jaw-dropping,sleazy,fierce pandemonium!


2.81GB | 70:32mins | 720×548 | mkv

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3 Responses to Killing in Istanbul (1967)

  1. Robert says:

    The hero is largely Captain Marvel/Shazam not Superman. His outfit is clearly inspired by Superman but he wears a earless Batman mask and has to cry out, “Shazam” to transform. Hell, they even break down what SHAZAM stands for.

    Regardless, this is bonkers and a fun watch.

  2. matt says:

    Hi Rarelust, i’ve been a big fan of your amazing site for a while now though this is the first time i’ve left a comment.

    I’ve been after this film for years so excited to finally get it! If you can you get anymore of the Kilink/Killing films that would be very much appreciated!

    Thank you! Keep up the great work!

  3. OSMOSIS says:

    Why does all this wild, crazy, good stuff come from Turkey and Isreal, and why are we just getting into this crazy-goodness?! Oh, man—count me in!! Thanks, Rarelust.

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