If you’ve ever wished for a mutant mix of THE TOXIC AVENGER, ‘80s Marvel Comics, and a 12-year-old’s unfiltered imagination, meet your new favorite movie.
Young karate expert Jack is stabbed through the heart by the vile Spithrachne, a martial arts cultist with a spider drawn on his face. Luckily, local voodoo master/tennis enthusiast Brother Banjo revives Jack from the dead to seek revenge as NINJA ZOMBIE. Shot on Super-8 in Chicago and unreleased on any format until now, NINJA ZOMBIE is an unrelenting ruckus of supernatural threats and high-kicking vengeance.
“Deliberately tongue-in-cheek and filled with ridiculous action sequences, NINJA ZOMBIE knows exactly what it is: violent, goofy, and pure entertaining junk food. You get big hair, dubious fashions, supernatural forced puking, undead stick fighting, a truly bonkers training sequence, a random recreation of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and lots of other goofiness.” — Mondo Digital