Swedish scientist named Karl Markov is taken hostage by the KGB. After his daughter Nadia is also kidnapped and brought deep into the heart of Russia, a group of highly trained ninjas, led ...
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Having recently witnessed the horrific results of a top secret project to bring the dead back to life, a distraught youth performs the operation on his girlfriend after she's killed in a motorcycle accident.
James T. Callahan,
A film crew producing a rock music video decides to shoot at an abandoned factory above the snow line. When an avalanche strands them, a murderous family living in the factory attacks and kills many of them.
Mats Helge Olsson,
Peace researcher professor Foxwood (David Carradine) is kidnapped. His daughter is advised to hire a group of amateurish and violent mercenaries to rescue him. The rescue attempt does not go as planned.
Mats Helge Olsson
Swedish scientist named Karl Markov is taken hostage by the KGB. After his daughter Nadia is also kidnapped and brought deep into the heart of Russia, a group of highly trained ninjas, led by American CIA agent Mason, is ordered to get them out.Written by
The so called "Leningrad University" is actually Lidköping City hospital. Most of the fight scenes were done inside the hospital too. See more »
After the Ninja team takes out the border guards and steals their Jeep, there's a road sign in Swedish which reads "Mötesplatsskylt" (to mark a section of the road that has been broadened to make place for meeting traffic). But they are in Russia. See more »
Baby You Ran Away
by Tove Naess, Claes Munktell, Thomas Olausson
Rearranged by Dag Unenge (as Danny Young)
Sung by Suzzie Tapper (as Susie Tapper) See more »
Notwithstanding low budget action - great fun!
According to the director this movie was popular in Asia. It is somewhat difficult to take these Mats Helge movies seriously since most of his films are shot on a very tight budget. Almost no USD at all. But it is fascinating to establish that Mats Helge eventually completes something which can be called an action movie. The Ninja Mission is - I think - the best one among all movies directed by him. Some special effects are quite enjoyable. This is not a "B" or "C" movie. It is a "Z" movie - but an enjoyable and fun "Z" movie!
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