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An evil ninja attempts to avenge his death from beyond the grave, by possessing an innocent woman's body. Christie : If you're gonna book me then book me. Otherwise just let me out. Secord : I'm not gonna book you.
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Ninja III -- The Domination
Ninja Iii: The Domination () | BFI
Only a ninja can kill a ninja! Aerobic instructor Christie Ryder Lucinda Dickey, Breakin', Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo becomes possessed by the spirit of an evil ninja when she comes to his aid after he was shot down. Dominated by the killer's vicious and relentless rage, she sets out to brutally attack his enemies. In a life-threatening exorcism and ultimate fight to the death, Yamada proves that he is Christie's only chance for survival. Skip to main content. In Stock.
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David Chung: Black Ninja
Though billed as a sequel, Ninja III has no connection to its predecessors-- Enter the Ninja and Revenge of the Ninja --beyond the oaken presence of Sho Kosugi, who spends half of the picture's running time off camera before earning a showcase for his skills in the final third. Dickey is soon tricked out in ninja gear and tracking down the officers involved in the killing. This does not sit well with new and alarmingly hirsute boyfriend and cop Jordan Bennett, who brings in an exorcist James Hong from Chinatown and Blade Runner to solve matters before Kosugi eventually arrives to face off against the ninja's ghost. In short, Ninja III is a junk movie devotee's dream: a picture that operates by its own lopsided rules of sanity and logic while attempting to adhere to the absurd requirements of its story and the ninja subgenre. Though a trailer is mentioned on the cover packaging, none is present on the discs, but the array of international poster art makes up for its absence.
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