Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|18 Fatal Strikes|
Actors: Shih Tien, Stephen Tung Wei, Dean Shek, Wen Chiang Lung, Shih Chung-tien
Director: Yeung Jing Chan
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House
Classic ninja movie hosted by the hip hop group Wu Tang Clan. Features a video by Wu Tang Clan
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What do you expect?
zberryfunk | Taylorsville, UT United States | 01/19/2002
(2 out of 5 stars)
"This is about what you would expect from a 1981 low budget film. The story is lacking a bit and the comedy is lousy. The fighting is good, which makes it worth buying. I was disappointed with the audio/video quality. One channel of the audio is out of phase with the other which makes it hard to hear. By flipping the + & - wires on the back of one of the speakers fixes it. The video looks like RZA hooked up his K-mart blue light special VCR to a DVD burner and hit record. This movie is obviously aimed at Wu-tang clan fans, but it's worth checking out if you're a Kung-fu buff."
Nothing Fatal about this DVD except....
greg_rodgers | Boston, MA | 06/11/2001
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Errors...This DVD has the worst sound quality that you can imagine. I had to turn up the volume to 64 just to hear it. Then the picture freezes until the DVD skips chapters and shuts off. Its too bad as this is a classic that even though has a very bad storyline with bad comedy should still be in the collectors stock.I had to return 2 copies and get a credit. Avoid this Ground Zero blunder."
VERY GOOD MOVIE BUT IT WAS LACKING SOMETHING
greg_rodgers | 05/31/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"ive gotten reports that this was made in 1981 at 1st and then i got reports that it was made in 1978. this movie stars stephen tung wei, shih tien (a funny cat indeed), underrated villain the shaking eagle (who gives a mesmerizing performance). the fight scenes was very good, the story is typical regular martial arts storyline. the comedy is pretty hilarious but it was lacking more fight scenes indeed. the dvd features are great i give that a 3 with a off the meatrack intro from the rza. the picture quality is decent, sound is terrible because i have to turn it all the way up and the vhs version is probably better believe it or not. but do pick this one up for sure. it is a classic for a low budget film"