After more dilly-dallying than Hamlet (to whom explicit reference is made in the script), Chuck Norris is finally sufficiently motivated to launch a one-man attack on the Central American training compound of the secret Ninja society, whose members are described as "world-class killers" and dress themselves round the clock in head-to-toe black, not the most practical daily wear in tropical Central America perhaps, but these Ninjas are bears for discipline. The stylelessness of the production makes one yearn for the dreamlike poeticism of a Franju or Feuillade, or even for the blunt primitivism of Hollywood serials of the Thirties and Forties. With Lee Van Cleef and Karen Carlson; directed by Eric Karson. (1980) — Duncan Shepherd
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