Black Eagle

There’s a story about the day Sho Kosugi first arrived in the United States in pursuit of his dream of movie stardom. As the legend goes — for surely anything related to Sho Kosugi must qualify as legend, shrouded in myth, mist, and mystery — Sho stepped off the plane at LAX and meant to…

Enter the Ninja

From crappy American ninja movies to guys with mullets wearing ninja pants and practicing their nunchuka skills in the park, Enter the Ninja spawned far more idiocy than it actually contains. Goofy action fun is all I need sometimes, and that’s all Enter the Ninja delivers.

Pray for Death

Just when you thought America’s cities were getting safer, you leave the house to walk down to the corner bodega and catch sight of a bunch of cops fighting with a ninja.

Revenge of the Ninja

Sho Kosugi, after doing time as the villain in Cannon Film’s first ninja movie, gets to step into the lead role for its second, one of the best ninja movies produced during the 1980s ninja craze. Sometimes, real life events contribute to the effectiveness of an on-screen story. A tremendous act of synchronicity results in…