Long ago there was a great samurai warrior who served his Shogun honorably. The Shogun however grew paranoid as he became more and more senile. The Shogun sought to destroy all those who might stand to oppose his rule, and so he sent his ninja spies to the samurai's home. The ninjas failed to kill the samurai, but did kill his beloved wife. From then on, the samurai swore on his honor to seek out the Shogun and avenge the death of his love. The samurai roams the countryside with his toddler son taking on mercenary work for money until the final battle with the Shogun's three Masters of Death.
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he whips out his sword and relieves his victims of their heads!
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(former lead singer for Paul Revere and the Raiders) co-wrote the music with W. Michael Lewis
. The performing credit is listed as "The Wonderland Philharmonic." "Wonderland" refers to the house that Lindsay lived in at one time. However, music cues from the original "Kozure Ôkami" films are also used. See more
Listen to me, Lone Wolf! I want your head!
You cannot kill me! By my eternal vow, I will destroy you!
You and your son are cursed for ever more!
Send your ninja! I'll kill them all!
Although often mentioned among video nasty titles the film was never officially listed among the 72 films originally targeted by the DPP. The original UK cinema version was cut by the BBFC to edit shots of heads being sliced with swords and closeups of clawed faces during the ship fight, and the 1992 Vipco video featured a pre-cut print which was also missing shots from the mirror blinding scene. The 1999 release featured the full uncut version. See more
Referenced in The King of Comedy