Ninja Zombie



IMDb Rating 5.2/10 10 118 118


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805.49 MB
English 2.0
29.97 fps
1 hr 27 min
Seeds 9
1.46 GB
English 2.0
29.97 fps
1 hr 27 min
Seeds 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by U8RU486 5 / 10

25 Years Later I can finally own it!

Back in The mid 90's I worked at a grocery store as a bagger. Have have been a cineast for my entire life and at that time, as a teen I dreamt of nothing more than making a horrible no-budget movie. It just so happened the produce manager (Chad? Chet? Chip?) had a friend who made a no-budget movie himself: Zombie Ninja. The manager lent my friends and I a VHS copy, from what I remember it was yet to be released, but did have a distributor as he asked the director to add some boobs. So after work one night we all retired to my parents living room to watch Nonja Zombie. I remember nothing about it but there was a zombie (maybe dead ex-cop) and there were boobs (because the distributor wanted them) other than that I only remembered name. Glad to see the produce manager's friend finally got this to be see. By a wider audience. Does it deserve it? Maybe. I figure anyone who took the time to make a movie no matter how bad should have it be seen.

Reviewed by willandcharlenebrown 2 / 10

Bad on all levels

Bad acting, bad music, bad quality, bad sound bad story line. The movie feels so cheap. I am 100% confident any of you could make a better movie! I mean an 8 year old could.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 6 / 10

Totally fun!

Shot on Super 8 in Chicago and never released on any format, Ninja Zombie made its way to our world via Bleeding Skull! And AGFA.

Karate expert Jack has been stabbed through the heart by a martial arts master with a spider on his face named Spithrachne. He becomes a ninja zombie with the help of Brother Banjo, a voodoo master and tennis lover who wants to help our hero get his revenge.

Writer/director Mark Bessenger is making a movie right now called Satan's Not Dead which is all about a kid who escapes a church's mass suicide ritual in order to kill the Devil. I mean, the guy knows how to put together something I want to see.

Ninja Zombie is a great example of that. A spider cult of martial artists versus an undead ninja with a mullet but shot on Super 8? That's exactly the kind of movie that I demand goes directly into my eyes.

Sure, it's not the kind of movie that would play in theaters, but when has that ever stopped you from liking something? If it has, wow, you're on the wrong site.

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