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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001L2ZSFS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #22,247 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By Terry on Dec 27 2012
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Had a story but not great. good for entertainment though,just don't look too far for the plot.Bought it just to see if Stana could act.
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By ken on Aug. 5 2014
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good service ,was as advertised
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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Killer Looks May 27 2009
By Althea Peltier - Published on
Format: DVD
I mostly watched Stiletto for Stana Katic(Castle) as she's an absolutely thrilling actress and she's just wonderful to watch.
At first watch I was lightly appalled by the large amount of bloody, gore-ish, violence, but I quickly grew to love it. It has a interesting plotline, murders within a gang with a killer who doesn't mind leaving behind her perfectly shaped tracks. And I mean how many people kill with a gorgeous, bejeweled stiletto now a days? So Raina is out killing members of a gang. Why? Who freaking knows. But she does it so well that even though they know who it is(well one of the cops anyways), she remains effectively out of their grasp.
Stana portrays heartbreak and fury perfectly. And the rest of the cast does exceptionally well too. The crazy girlfriend who really just has relationship issues that she wants to fix is violent as hell. Her boyfriend is a maniacal gang killer. And their gang boss is in love with her. A perfect watch when you're really in the mood for a good action flick.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Hot n' Deadly assasin...yes please! Aug. 27 2009
By New York Horror Reader - Published on
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This is yet another female revenge flick with a little twist, I wont give that away. All of the money in this flick was spent on the cast..and with the likes of Tom Berrenger, Michael Biehn, James Russo ( who I phkin' love and is great in this), William Forsythe, Tom Sizemore..and more...they all play their parts to a tee and make what could have been a very formulaic b flick into tons of fun. This one is not really an original in any way...but it is entertaining, and the players all give top notch performances save for Paul Sloan who is the weakest link in the cast. If you are looking for anything ground won't find it here, but what you will find is a cool little indie, with great characters that will take the viewer on a fun little ride..if you let it.
14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
the lady's weapon of choice . . . Nov. 8 2009
By trebe - Published on
Format: DVD
A gritty tale of revenge and greed, Stiletto (2008) hits hard from the start with a series of fast-paced bloody kills, and almost never lets up. Stana Katic (TV series Castle) heads the ensemble cast, as Raina Mavias, a native of Russia, taking bloody vengeance against various underworld figures, doing damage up close and personal, with her weapon of choice, a stiletto blade. The steady string of kills so wet and messy, you can almost feel warm blood on your hands.

Crime boss Virgil Vadalos (Tom Berenger) miraculously survives having his belly slit open by Raina, his very determined ex-girlfriend, and brings in police detective Beck (Paul Sloan) to unofficially locate her for him. Vadalos has plenty of muscle available to do his dirty work, including his head of security Alex (William Forsythe), and Lee (Michael Biehn), but the Greek is not above getting a little blood on his hands. As Beck closes in on Raina, his partner and lover, detective Hanover (Kelly Hu), is vexed that he is not following police procedure.

In this dark journey through the criminal underworld, the early victims are mostly unknowns, but the impact is intensified by some memorable kills. Lee experiences the wonders of brain surgery, and Hanover is the subject of a picturesque headshot. The reason for Raina's rampage is finally revealed, and the ending is nicely ambiguous. Directed by Nick Valleonga, and written by Paul Sloan, there aren't really any admirable characters, but the film is certainly intense, with good performances by most, including Sloan, Katic, Biehn, and Amanda Brooks as Penny, Lee's spitfiery girlfriend. William Forsythe as usual, excels at playing a slimeball.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Saved by the female cast Dec 30 2012
By Andrew Koepke - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I rated the movie based on the performances of Stana Katic, Amanda Brooks and Diane Venora. Those performances are phenomenal. Without these performances the movie would get a one star rating.

This is an obvious take off of Tarantino's "Kill Bill", which is a much better movie. Frankly, it needs much better editing.

Conclusion: If you want to see a good movie of this type, watch "Kill Bill". If you want to find out the skill of Stana Katic, definitely watch this movie. If you want to see how a group of actors (all female in this case) can save a bad movie, watch this.

Aside: Stana Katic never wears the cover outfit or uses the guns in the movie.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Routine, but entertaining, revenge flick March 13 2009
By N. Durham - Published on
Format: DVD
For everything that Stiletto does well, it's been done plenty of times before. Despite that though, Stiletto is a fairly entertaining revenge flick that boasts an impressive enough cast that helps propel the film. Stana Katic (TV's Castle) stars as Raina; a femme fatale out for revenge against her former gangster boss lover Virgil (Tom Berenger), who himself is looking to find her after her attempt on his life. Also in tow is the crooked cop (Paul Sloan, who also wrote the film) assigned after Raina, Virgil's sadistic muscleman (Michael Biehn), and Virgil's greedy cousin (William Forsythe). Fairly bloody and equally convoluted in its story, Stiletto delivers the goods that thriller fans are generally looking for, and seeing old pros like Berenger, Forsythe, and Biehn (who gives the best performance he's done in quite some time) make it worth seeing. Also featuring smaller parts from Tom Sizemore, Diane Venora, Kelly Hu, Dominique Swain, and D.B. Sweeney.

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