Ninja III: The Domination (Blu-ray)
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. Her boyfriend, confused by Christie's changing personality and afraid that he might be her next victim, enlists the help of Yamada (Shô Kosugi, Enter the Ninja, Revenge of the Ninja). In a life-threatening exorcism and ultimate fight to the death, Yamada proves that he is Christie's only chance for survival.
“Scream Factory’s new 4K mastered Blu-ray looks amazing for such a low budget Cannon film, and the new extras are a real tread…the new extras, new packaging (which includes the original art on the reverse side of the insert) and the 4K master makes this a VERY enticing package to buy.” – Michael Scott, AV Nirvana
“There's so-bad-it's-good, and then there's Ninja III: The Domination. Tapping into America's long-unsated hunger for supernaturally Jazzercised martial arts action, Ninja III is entrancingly bizarre and '80s action schlock of the highest order. I fell head over heels with Scream Factory's initial release back in 2013, but with a slew of new extras and this improved presentation...? Highly Recommended and then some.” – Adam Tyner, DVD TALK
“Ninja III: The Domination is a slice of 80s nostalgia and Cannon Films action fodder packed into 92 fun-filled minutes. Scream Factory’s update of the title is totally warranted, as well. With a much better presentation and some terrific extras, this is definitely worth the double-dip if you’re a fan. Highly recommended.” – Tim Salmons, The Digital Bits
“Ninja III: The Domination is golden achievement in cult cinema and argues to be hold the throne for the greatest Cannon movie of all time. Scream Factory surely agrees as they deliver a really nice Collector’s Edition. The interviews are fun and the movie’s new 4K transfer gives it even more detail and dimensions. This is no cheap cash grab, there’s effort and truly the release the film has deserved.” – Brandon Peters, Why So Blu
“The results [of the new 4K transfer] are rather stunning for any movie, but especially for "Ninja III," which employs plenty of color to help define the supernatural craziness going on in the story. Hues are bright and defined, bringing out period shades with confidence, delivering healthy reds (including blood) and blues. Greenery is excellent, capturing the Arizona outdoors with crisp skies and vegetation. Skintones are spot-on. Detail is sharp when cinematography permits, surveying wounds and intense close-ups (Billy's extraordinary body hair is also a vivid focal point), while urban and rural expanse carries with dimension. Delineation is appealing, never losing frame information. Grain is fine and filmic. Source has no significant areas of damage.” – Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com