Ghost Warrior - Ghost Warrior (1984)
Ghost Warrior  - Ghost Warrior (1984)
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[sc/8.1] [dl/] [info] [+] Ghost Warrior (1984) [/info] [nd] A deep-frozen 400-year-old samurai is shipped to Los Angeles, where he comes back to life. Dazed and confused, he goes on a rampage. Can the female scientist and her colleague who revived him stop him before it's too late?

One of Ghost Warrior’s poster taglines was, ‘100 Years Ago, He Was a Living Legend… Today, He’s a Living Hell.’ You can almost hear the trailer voice guy reading that, can’t you? Well, I think that Ghost Warrior’s tagline should’ve read, ‘Unthawed samurai popsicles and the women who love them,’ as it more accurately describes the film. But even then, my tagline would’ve hinted at a more entertaining picture than the one we actually got. How do you take a concept like unthawing a frozen samurai in modern day LA and turn it into a boring movie? Seriously, how? It seems impossible and yet the people behind Ghost Warrior somehow managed it. [/nd] [SEVER|]
Update 24/04/2023
Casts Hiroshi Fujioka, John Calvin, Janet Julian
Status [sc/8.1] [dl/]
Release year
Duration 81 minute
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