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Ken
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Shin'ichi
Courtney Taylor ...
Helen
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Sensei
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Jack the Drunk
Gretchen Stockdale ...
The Archer
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The Cloistered Woman
Ai Wan ...
The Swordwoman
Eddie Wilde ...
The Shadow
Glen Ishii ...
Ishii
Paula Mead ...
Shadow Warrior
Jill Tompkins ...
Cocktail Waitress
Alberto Dyer ...
The Bowman
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Bartender
James Hunter ...
Shadow Warrior
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Enter The Dragon Gate and prepare for a pulse pounding journey into the nether regions of the mind and soul. When his girlfriend is kidnapped, a sword wielding warrior, Ken, willingly thrusts himself into an alternate dimension to rescue her. The action is fast and furious as our hero battles legions of blood-thirsty assassins. Seduced by an evil temptress, redeemed by the Sword Goddess of the lake. Ken can escape only if he can answer the riddle of 23 questions! Written by Anonymous

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troma | kumdo | buddhism | myth | art | See All (11) »

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Every man has a journey that he must complete, before he can walk among men. See more »

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Fantasy | Adventure

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Sárkánykapu  »

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Is this for real?

I admit, I didn't actually watch the whole movie (I fast-forwarded through a lot of it, it seemed so terrible), so I've refrained from actually giving it a rating. The whole time, I was trying to figure out if this movie was for real. I logged onto this site to make sure that I didn't dream the whole thing up. The movie is that odd. A low budget martial arts action movie that wants to show the viewer the path to enlightenment. What makes it so surreal is that, unlike most low-budget action movies, it skips the gratuitous nudity and actually seems to take itself seriously. At first I thought it was tongue in cheek, but after listening to the eastern mysticism voice-over at the end, I'm not so sure. What makes this terrible movie even sadder is the fact that it seems to be dedicated, with complete gravity and earnestness, to the dead wife of the star/writer. The creepiest part is, I found this movie lying around in my apartment, and I haven't a clue as to where it came from.


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