Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Shogun Assassin Vol 3 Slashing Blades of Carnage|
Actor: Shogun Assassin 3-Slashing Blades of Carnage
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House
The Lone Wolf is hired to kill a beautiful female assassin with a full-body tattoo, and finds himself in a situation where honor and justice are in conflict. Meanwhile, the evil Yagyu Retsudo continues to try to arrange h... more »
Rivers of blood
M. | Mass. | 09/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Shogun Assissin flicks are not just your average samuria flicks, these movies are violent, gory, dark, sick and bloodier then 90% of the horror films out there.
The third in this series is just as good as the previous ones and I actually think I like it more then the second Lightning Swords of death. I think it reminds me more first one with the high action and high energy. In this one Lone Wolf is hired to kill a highly skilled female assassin, and like always roams around the Japanese country side with his son brutally killing anyone who stands in his way.
I also get my comic relief from watching the Shogun Assassin films, I can't help but laugh when I see five limbs go flying across the screen, heads rolling and ninja's that can jump 20 feet high.
These movies are also known for inspiring the Kill Bill movies from Quintin Tarintino so if your a fan you should check these out. They have lots of gore and are very violent. There are decapitations, dismemberment, torture, stabbings, slashings, and rivers of blood."
Save yourself the Trouble and Time
Sean D. Kelly | New York United States | 05/07/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Save yourself the Trouble and Time of watching this highlights clip show and get the real Lone Wolf and Cub series it's based on. Same Scenes, better story.
The first three anyway."
Carnage... pure carnage
Compusurge | New York City | 10/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I cannot overstate the bloodier-than-thou production of the entire Shogun Assassin series. Lone Wolf fans (like me) can delight in the retelling of the stories in English, and the fine restoration done by AnimEigo, the label releasing this series. I now own all three and totally look forward to the remainder of them coming to DVD."