By day, Tiger is a Martial Arts expert…by night he is the bouncer of a brothel. Tiger is trained under the watchful eye of “Master” and in this process of training it occurs that the Grand Master and his merry men, AKA Ninjas, are trying to take over Tiger’s turf in Japan. Part Two spends the first forty minutes explaining what happened in the first film and training up Tiger for his big battle. Turns out he's a Japanese prince, his master was his uncle, and devil mask is his dad. Also, his mum isn't dead after all. The dubbing is back to American again and truly becomes surreal, as if the dubbing crew might have watched the film once before dubbing. Part 2 picks up again as various battles break out, most notably Devil Mask guy going berserk and pulling a guy's head off with his bare hands before rampaging through the countryside, pulling people's guts out. Also, most of this part of Ninja Death takes place beside waterfalls for some reason, and the Princess sounds like Lady Diana
The choreography and production values are decent for this type of movie, and it's fast paced enough to have kept me entertained during the slower bits, the costuming and terrible special effects are highly entertaining (particularly the full body gold outfit with red cape) and there's some very very low brow jokes in here, particularly dealing with sex. (the main character starts out as a bouncer in a whorehouse). The dubbing is amusingly bad, and as mentioned does switch accents halfway through the movie.
Director: Joseph Kuo
Starring: Alexander Rei Lo, Fei Meng