A young martial artist seeks revenge on the Ninja who kills his martial arts brothers and teacher. He finds help in the form of a new teacher (who knows Ninjitsu) and new brothers. Together... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Five Element Ninja
A young martial artist seeks revenge on the ninja who kills his martial arts brothers and teacher.
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Private U (gb) wrote: It started out just amazing, but then got slower and cheesier. Still worth the watch.
Teela M (mx) wrote: Eh... it was bad, I won't lie... but it was entertaining.
David L (au) wrote: Grew up with this film as it was one of only a few videotapes that my sister had, and that I sadly ended up watching several times when at a loose end at parents house. With what is a very recognisable 80's cast, this circles around social groups within a high school, specifically those between the rich and poor. Like a modern day Romeo and Juliet story, this takes a wealthy boy from one side, and a working class girl from the other, and pits them together amongst several struggles to fend off peer pressure. Everything is against our two leads, including their own doubting minds, with the only thing going for them being their basic love for one another and the desire to attend the senior prom. Packed full of solemn yet catchy music tracks, this typifies the 80's mood and style but with an injection of humour from Duckie, it develops into a very pleasing little spectacle. The whole concept feels very basic, but yet its teenage love story script, has a somewhat fairytale appeal, with Molly Ringwald proving that it's hip to be square. If asked to recommend a film from the 80's, this would always be up there with those that spring to mind first simply because of its repeat value that has meant I've watched it on a countless number of occasions. Despite now growing up, I can't ever see that pattern changing as its a real feel good film that can suit any mood that you're in - They certainly don't make em' like this anymore!
peter h (mx) wrote: Ed Wood's NIGHT OF THE GHOULS ; By 1960 Edward .D. Wood JR (A.K.A Ed Wood) had just finished shooting his first film since PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE , with some of that films stars like Thor Johnson, the notoriously bad Mystic/Psychic Criswell and Paul Marco who reprised his role as the bumbling police officer Kelton for the third and final time for Wood. The projects title was REVENGE OF THE DEAD and it was to become Woods second to last legitimate non-pornographic feature film and woods last Horror film. When it came time for the development of the negatives Wood had for various reasons had run out of funds which resulted in a debut Wood owe to the Post Production house that resulted in the film being seized until the debt was settled. In the mean time would being to shoot his final last legitimate non-pornographic feature film titled THE SINISTER URGE  (which was to eventually wind up on the cult T.V show MST3K). Soon after that Woods carrier after than when downhill, Wood when on to write pulp novels, erotic novels and produce scripts for adult films just to make ends meet while at the same time dealing with depression and an alcohol addiction. Wood died in 1978, only two years before the publication of THE GOLDEN TURKEY AWARDS by Michael and Harry Medved, which crowned Ed Wood as the worst director of all time. With an emerging Cult following and posthumous recognition amongst Cult Cinema Buffs of the life and Films of Wood, in 1983 Woods widow Kathy Wood informed millionaire Wade Williams about the still seized REVENGE OF THE DEAD at the Post Production House. Williams sealed Woods 23 year old debut with the lab and gave the film the new title of NIGHT OF THE GHOULS. The newly released Posthumous Ed Wood film was given a limited theatrical releases and wider distribution of the film on Home Video. Now since this is an important Ed Wood film for the fact it's the sequel of sorts to BRIDE OF THE MONSTER , what does this fan of Ed Wood movie honestly think about this film? THE PLOT: The film opens with Criswell playing himself spouting off another jargon ridden opening address from a coffin with and delivers lines like this "How many of you know the horror, the terror I will now reveal to you?" So this sequel of sorts to BRIDE OF THE MONSTER  takes place upon the grounds of Dr Varnof's lake side house. Again mysterious events take place on the grounds so it's up to a police inspector and patrolman Kelton (Paul Macro) to investigate. While Kelton is tormented by a mysterious woman in black, the inspector discovers the Mysterious Dr. Acula residing in the old lake house. Dr. Acula performs Midnight sances and has the power to speak with the dead; However the Inspector becomes sceptical of the whole set up especially when he and Kelton discover the former servant of Dr. Varnof , Lobo (Thor Johnson) prowling the grounds. Meanwhile Dr. Acula starts to get concerned with the nosey inspector, due to the fact he is a con-artist so it's up to Lobo to sort out Police Inspector and patrolman Kelton. Oh my dear god is this Wood movie is so ridiculously bad-its-so-good (much like in similar vein to Wood's own GLEN OR GLENDA?, BRIDE OF THE MONSTER and PLAN 9). Wood is without a doubt the master of enjoyably bad movies and Night of the Ghouls is another brilliant slice of this warped genius. From the time Criswell first appears on screen until the very end Night of the Ghouls is a bombardment of schlock. With Criswell's odd jargon-filled narration , every cast member's wooden acting , Thor Johnsons mindless performance as Lobo, and Wood's warped and poorly written script and one shot direction makes this another warped classic from Ed Wood. The most impressive thing about this film is Thor's makeup , trust me this looks by far miles more stunning than the lack of makeup on Thor's face in another notoriously bad director's film which happens to be Coleman Francis's BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS . My rating for this terrifically so-bad-it's-so-Ed Wood- camp-classic is 50%.
Russell G (ca) wrote: Every challenge, I watch some old movie that looks like it will be corny, and it blows me away. This year it was "It!" "It!", is insanely good. Yeah, it's got a creaky rocket ship and it all feels very 1958, but the dire situation that keeps compounding and getting worse, despite the crews best efforts... it keeps you on the edge of your seat and never let's up. "Alien" is about as inspired by this film as you can get without a copyright infringement, and this film is just as good and as much of a sci-fi masterpiece that "Alien" is considered.