The Incredible Hulk Returns / The Trial of the Incredible Hulk 2008 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
THE INCREDIBLE HULK RETURNS It’s been two years since his last transformation, and Dr. David Banner (Bill Bixby) has developed a new Gamma Transponder that he hopes will cure him of his inner monster forever. But when a former colleague unearths the frozen tomb of an ancient Norse warrior king, The Mighty Thor (Eric Allan Kramer) is unleashed upon 20th Century society. Can The Hulk (Lou Ferrigno) end the rampage of this mead-crazed barbarian, or will the two raging beasts become allies to save both the Transponder and the woman Banner loves? Six years after their hit series ended, Bixby, Ferrigno and Jack Colvin (as nosy reporter Jack McGee) returned for this top-rated television movie. Tim Thomerson, Charles Napier, Lee Purcell and Steve Levitt co-star in this action-packed fan favorite that Stomp Tokyo calls quite possibly the best thing to come out of the series!
THE TRIAL OF THE INCREDIBLE HULK While trying to stop a subway mugging, David Banner (Bill Bixby) is arrested for assault and is defended by blind attorney Matt Murdock (Rex Smith). But when Hulk (Lou Ferrigno) goes berserk and breaks out of jail, Murdock reveals his own secret to David Banner: Blinded by toxic radiation, he stalks the night as the super-sensory acrobatic crime fighter called Daredevil. Can two men with uncommon powers now join forces to defeat an international crime syndicate or will their raging inner demons destroy whatever stands in their way? John Rhys-Davies (RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, THE LORD OF THE RINGS) co-stars as The Kingpin in this top-rated 1989 television film directed by Bill Bixby that features one of the all-time great Hulk rampage scenes as well as a cameo appearance by Marvel Comics Stan Lee! Includes a special collector’s booklet
About The Incredible Hulk Returns / The Trial of the Incredible Hulk (2008)
Starring: Jay Baker, Jack Colvin, Lou Ferrigno, Tom Finnegan, John Gabriel,
Runtime: 94 minutes
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