The only thing memorable about China Strike Force is how good it might have been if someone else had directed. As has always been the case, Stanley Tong was given all the pieces for a great film and just couldn’t make them fit together.
Uzumaki is a film for people who like to be fucked with, who like to be unnerved, who like to get depressed and disturbed by a film out of nowhere, days or weeks after they’ve seen it. You’re sitting there, thinking happy thoughts, and all of a sudden you just feel creeped out.
Of all the television shows that have come and gone, few had the personal fashion impact of Miami Vice. Its influence was unmatched up until the day all those girls started getting the “Friends haircut.” While I may like to labor under the delusion that I’ve always been a wildly diverse, counter-culture fringe dweller forContinue reading “Band of the Hand”
Sho Kosugi kicks the 1980s ninja craze into high gear in this gory tale of a man of peace pushed too far. Revenge of the Ninja has nothing to do with Enter the Ninja, other than having ninjas all over the place.