Killer Darts (1968)
Reviewed by: pjshimmer on 2001-06-22
The only thing that keeps SB martial art films of this era going is the good plot, if there is one. They're all very similar in terms of the plot, but each one leaves me with a different impression - some good, others bad. Killer Darts is one that contains one of the best.

The plot is not bluntly special. It's just a good story that fans like me want to see. It's sentimental and emotion, and I love it. Again, if you're looking for action, please please forget about it. Go with SB movies from 1981-1985.