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Thunder Ninja Kids: The Hunt for the Devil Boxer (1991)

All Satan needs to enslave the souls of all mankind is the Sacred Sword which is kept by Master William and his son Falcon. The Thunder Ninja Kids battle Satan and his ghouls, and with the ... See full summary »


Godfrey Ho (as Alton Cheung)


AAV Creative Unit (story), Godfrey Ho (screenplay) (as Chris Lam) | 1 more credit »

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Credited cast:
Billy Cheung Billy Cheung
Sophia Crawford ... (as Sophia Warhol)
David Frank Hallet David Frank Hallet
Mark Houghton Mark Houghton
Sharon Lee Sharon Lee
Kevin Lui Kevin Lui
Anita Ma Anita Ma
Carrie Ma Carrie Ma
Anthony Mui Anthony Mui
Li Ning Li Ning
Vince Parr Vince Parr
Lim Ping Lim Ping
Steve Tartalia Steve Tartalia ... (as Steven Tee)
Lily Tsui Lily Tsui
Ridley Tsui ... (as Tsui Po-Wah)


All Satan needs to enslave the souls of all mankind is the Sacred Sword which is kept by Master William and his son Falcon. The Thunder Ninja Kids battle Satan and his ghouls, and with the help of Falcon's new master Samson, they avenge Master William's murder, vanquish Satan and save mankind. Written by amscray

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Hong Kong



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10 July 1991 (Hong Kong) See more »

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Üç belalilar See more »

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IFD Films and Arts See more »
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Hopping . . . Hopping . . . Hopping . . . Hopping . . . Hopping
14 July 2005 | by GrampsSethSee all my reviews

This is the only movie that I have ever watched that was so painful that I was physically unable to watch the movie in its entirety. (I skipped a 20 min section near the end) At the beginning of the film a UFO flies around and causes a bunch of zombies to rise up out of the ground. Sadly, these zombies are not like traditional American-horror-film zombies at all. They more closely resemble a bunch of 6 year old Japanese children covered in pasty white makeup. These zombies are seemingly unable to walk and only move by hopping through the entirety of the film. The director chose to dedicate large portions of the film showing the children hopping - incredibly slowly - as they move from one place to another.

While hopping through some city the children notice a girl getting kidnapped and spend the rest of the film trying to rescue her. They probably succeed at some point.

Strangely enough there is a totally unrelated plot line that gets about 2% of the total screen time that is scattered throughout the movie. Here, we find that the Devil is trying to kill some guy who knows martial arts for some reason.

The only redeeming aspect of the movie comes when this second plot line (as well as the movie) come to a hilarious and abrupt end.

The only question that remains is: Who are the Thunder Ninja Kids? Are they the zombie kids? They weren't very thundery and they weren't ninjas and they also weren't the ones who fought the Devil Boxer. Or was it the martial arts guy? However, even though he was young he's not young enough to be called a kid and there was only one of him, and he wasn't very thundery either. A friend who had watched the movie with me said that the Thunder Ninja Kids weren't in the movie at all. I don't know if that is true or not and I don't care.

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