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Cyber Ninja (1988)

Mirai Ninja (original title)
A man's body and soul are stolen and used as part of a demon castle. What's left becomes Cyber Ninja. He teams up with the chi students whose cyber-earmuffs show matching red symbols. They ... See full summary »


Keita Amemiya


Satoshi Kitahara (original story), Satoshi Kitahara (screenplay) | 2 more credits »


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Credited cast:
Hanbei Kawai Hanbei Kawai ... Akagi
Hiroki Ida Hiroki Ida ... Jiromaru
Eri Morishita Eri Morishita ... Princess Saki
Makoto Yokoyama Makoto Yokoyama ... Shiranui
Fuyukichi Maki Fuyukichi Maki ... Kajiwara
Masaaki Emori Masaaki Emori ... Dark Overlord
Shôhei Yamamoto Shôhei Yamamoto ... Raimei Dark Bishop
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Satou Anada Satou Anada ... Young Warrior
Stephen Apostolina ... Jiromaru (voice)
Chikara Aragaki Chikara Aragaki ... Young Warrior
Richard Cansino ... Young Warrior (voice)
Juliana Donald ... Princess Saki (voice)
Michael Forest ... Akagi (voice)
Satoshi Itô Satoshi Itô ... Hiu-Kaku / voice of Shiranui
Hajime Iwasaki Hajime Iwasaki ... Young Warrior


A man's body and soul are stolen and used as part of a demon castle. What's left becomes Cyber Ninja. He teams up with the chi students whose cyber-earmuffs show matching red symbols. They fill their swords with ammunition, grab some neo-retro-cyber-antique guns and attack the demon robot expendable ninja squad. Each fight is won by whichever side uses more gratuitous special effects. They slay the Tron-like hover droids, who are destroyed in their shame. There's a showdown with a white-armored guy with dreadlocks, who is later reincarnated by the eclipse and a lot of multicolored lightning. After killing the make-up wearing effeminate spider person, the chi school fires a giant gun at the demon castle spider cyber robot. It blows up. Written by <pyre@iastate.edu>_&_blank@iastate.edu>>>

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May 1988 (France) See more »

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Cyber Retro Futuro Japan (with a cheesy aftertaste)
9 November 2011 | by the_wolf_imdbSee all my reviews

This movie is nothing amazing for sure. Yet it is very interesting scifi retro futuro B-class movie with a lot of swordplay and somewhat acceptable effects.

The only way how to describe this movie is mix of Star Gate with a lot of Kurosawa and maybe a little bit of Tron and Doom (the computer game, not the movie). Both parties, the cyber demons and the humans fight as they would were teleported from medieval Japan. The story leaves a lot of parts unexplained and it is open for the imagination of the viewer as it it typical for "genuine, non-Westernized" Japanese movies. This is not bad in general but it will probably leave a lot of Western viewers confused.

The movie is definitely not something special. It is probably not worthy to seek on DVD either. But it is enjoyable and well done in terms of its probably tight budget so it is not insult of the viewer nor a loss of time. It allows us to see "retro cyber punk" as it is perceived by the Japanese authors. It is comparable to "Mutant Chronicles" which is not miracle either but it is solid fun anyway. I think the more hardcore scifi fans will like it.

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