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Philmaker 21st September 2011 06:57 PM

Please release the following Godfrey Ho Ninja films...
 
They would be cheap as chips to aquire and am sure many people would buy them in decent quality releases!

Any/all of the following:

1988 Diamond Ninja Force
1988 The Power of Ninjitsu
1988 Ninja Strike Force
1988 Ninja Powerforce
1988 Scorpion Thunderbolt
1987 Ninja Operation 6: Champion on Fire
1987 Ninja Kill
1987 Ninja Operation 7: Royal Warriors
1987 Ninja: Silent Assassin
1987 Cobra vs. Ninja
1987 Ninja Commandments
1987 Ninja Operation: Licensed to Terminate
1987 The Ninja Showdown
1986 Ninja Hunt
1986 Ninja Protector
1986 The Ninja Squad
1986 Golden Ninja Warrior
1986 Ninja Dragon
1985 Ninja Champion
1985 Ninja Holocaust
1985 Ninja Terminator
1984 Ninja Thunderbolt

mikeleeder 9th December 2011 03:50 AM

a classic collection if IFD Ninja'ry

Joeph lai would make you a deal for a package buy....

You could actually do some mad extras for them too in terms of interviews with certain key cast and crew (hint hint)

Daemonia 9th December 2011 12:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Philmaker (Post 183122)
They would be cheap as chips to aquire and am sure many people would buy them in decent quality releases!

Any/all of the following:

1988 Diamond Ninja Force
1988 The Power of Ninjitsu
1988 Ninja Strike Force
1988 Ninja Powerforce
1988 Scorpion Thunderbolt
1987 Ninja Operation 6: Champion on Fire
1987 Ninja Kill
1987 Ninja Operation 7: Royal Warriors
1987 Ninja: Silent Assassin
1987 Cobra vs. Ninja
1987 Ninja Commandments
1987 Ninja Operation: Licensed to Terminate
1987 The Ninja Showdown
1986 Ninja Hunt
1986 Ninja Protector
1986 The Ninja Squad
1986 Golden Ninja Warrior
1986 Ninja Dragon
1985 Ninja Champion
1985 Ninja Holocaust
1985 Ninja Terminator
1984 Ninja Thunderbolt

Is this one of the comps and you have to try and list as many films as you can with the word 'ninja' in it? :lol:

Seriously though, I'd be up for these. I love me a bit of good old ninja tomfoolery. :nod:

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 10th December 2011 02:05 PM

I haven't seen any of these, but like the ninja films I have seen. Is Godfrey Ho a respected martial arts practitioner?

plasterface 10th December 2011 06:30 PM

cop socky
 
master of the flying guillotine would be a worthy release

Daemonia 11th December 2011 12:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nosferatu@Cult Labs (Post 202884)
Is Godfrey Ho a respected martial arts practitioner?

He's a director, Nos. Well known in Asian film circles.

mikeleeder 11th December 2011 04:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by plasterface (Post 202947)
master of the flying guillotine would be a worthy release

There's a pretty reasonable Region One DVD release of Flying Guilotine with commentary etc

Nosferatu@Cult Labs 11th December 2011 09:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daemonia (Post 202987)
He's a director, Nos. Well known in Asian film circles.

Thanks for the clarification - I should really use Google before asking questions like that!

As I said, I'm far from the world's biggest expert on ninja movies, but if he's well-known and his films have a fan base, they're definitely something Shameless may consider.

ReturnToZero 11th December 2011 10:31 AM

To be honest i dont think i have any DVD with the word "ninja" in the titel so i would totally buy all of those.

mikeleeder 11th December 2011 10:39 AM

Godfrey directed most of the new scenes for the various NINJA movies that IFD put out, while Joseph Lai produced and directed some of them

Richard Harrison is quite outspoken about his experiences with IFD, but then again he recounts his memories of so many films in the wonderfully named "Gods in Spandex', and it seems that at least according to his recollection, he was the only professional on every film he worked on, that the scripts were terrible, that he wrote the scripts and so on.....

A great site for anybody interested in those who worked on the Joseph Lai movies is Golden Ninja Warrior, which includes interviews with various folk involved both in front and behind the scenes

I would include the link but dont have the requisite permissions yet


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