We begin with Shô Kosugi demonstrating the use of a katana, saying nothing about the film he is introducing. When Gordon is taking his girlfriend's picture in Hong Kong, several Caucasian ... See full summary »
Narcotics agent Tom Wilde is given a second chance at life after being shot and killed. In a futuristic experiment, agent Wilde is returned to life as an Android Robot. He is sent on a very... See full summary »
A typically baffling cut & paste opus here, brought to us by our old pal Thomas Tang under his Filmark International banner.
I'm not even going to attempt to describe the plot in this as it's so fragmented as to be absolutely incomprehensible (as is pretty much always the case in these glorious films), suffice to say that it comprises a plethora of fistfights, gun duels, knife throwing, double crossing, espionage and last but not least, ninja (edited into proceedings of course)!
Interestingly this film also boasts an erroneous cast list(!!!) In fact the original film into which the newer segments have been spiced stars Thai superstar (and regular face in these flicks) Sorapong Chatri. Best of all though, in the newer segments in the film, none other than everyone's favourite crap actor, Stuart Smith appears! (additionally boasting a really bad haircut!)
There's simply no point in applying a regular critique to the grandiose ineptitude as displayed here, simply sit back, turn off your cerebrum and enjoy the insane spectacle!
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