Tiger is the owner of a brothel who moonlights as a kung fu artist under the watchful eye of "Master." They run into serious trouble when ninjas inexplicably show up and jeopordize Tiger's prostitution ring.
A westerner named Casey, studying Ninjutsu in Japan, is asked by the Sensei to return to New York to protect the legendary Yoroi Bitsu, an armored chest that contains the weapons of the last Koga Ninja.
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... See full summary »
Compiled from footage shot for at least two and possibly three motion pictures, Ninja Vs. Ninja is a logic free melange of martial arts and cops n robbers footage. The film starts with sped up footage of an African-American (?) ninja going through the motions as bland disco music plays in the background. He then turns into a white ninja who faces off with an evil black ninja (who's actually a white guy). Cut to some other white guys chatting about some nefarious plot. Then cut to your standard issue HK actors in a crime film about a missing tape. The white and black ninja drop in and out of the other film--their footage is badly matched, needless to say--until the film's abrupt and extremely disappointing conclusion. Ninja Vs. Ninja was released on video by Ocean Shores Video, who kindly supplied the synopsis for yet another completely unrelated film on the clamshell box. Only for hardcore connoisseurs of extremely inept cinema.
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