Fun Size Review: Judex (1916)

Have you a spare 5 hours? Sure you do! For this you do.

Legendary French serial expert Louis Feuillade creates the crazy-addictive tale of a caped crusader, a vamping criminal mastermind and some really cute kids. Judex is a mysterious avenger out to right the wrongs performed by a corrupt banker. It starts with threatening notes and escalates to murder (or does it?). Fast, funny, exciting and highly addictive.

How does it end? Hover or tap below for a spoiler.

Judex falls for the banker’s daughter and realizes that revenge is hollow. He has to deal with some worse bad guys (and gals!) but eventually gets a happy ending.

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If it were a dessert it would be: Honey Lavender Caramels. Simple yet sophisticated little packages of yumminess.

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Availability: Released on DVD by Flicker Alley, though it seems to be currently out of print.


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