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Published in : 2011-10-09 | by MartialArtsTheater
Rudy Ray Moore makes an ass of himself while trying to be funny in a scene they spliced into "Ninja: The Final Duel" to make a cheesy "Shaolin Dolemite" movie ...
Published in : 2011-10-09 | by MartialArtsTheater
Sam the Spliff, a clone of the beloved Sam the Seed, defeats several Ninja assassins using an Americanized Drunken Kung Fu style that is impossibly ...
Published in : 2011-10-09 | by MartialArtsTheater
Tupac, a hilariously dubbed villian, uses his Wu Tang artifact to resolve the rivalry between the East Coast and the West Coast. This scene uses footage from ...
Published in : 2011-10-09 | by MartialArtsTheater
Director, Actor and Martial Artist Robert Tai takes on powerful Ninja Magic to save a fellow Shaolin monk in this outrageous fight scene from Shaolin Dolemite.
Published in : 2017-06-03 | by Wu Tang Collection
Director: James Wu Kuo-Ren Cast: Alexander Lo Rei, Eugene Thomas, Doris Lung The incredible Alexander Lou teams up with martial arts master Eugene ...
Published in : 2011-10-09 | by MartialArtsTheater
Badly, but hilariously, dubbed black stereotype villian fights for a Wu Tang artifact to help him conquer the martial arts world. Edited using footage from "Ninja: ...
Published in : 2017-09-24 | by Wu Tang Collection
Directors: Kuk Kwok Leung, Huang Zuquan, Wu Kaihui Cast: Ken Ho Ka King, Shen Mung Shang, Chen Sa Lei, Leanne Liu Sequel to Hunted by the Royal ...
Published in : 2011-03-19 | by SynthHappens
There is a backstory to this video. I dont know about you guys but there are very few artists of the 20th century that come close to RRM. Rudy in my opinion is ...
Published in : 2011-05-14 | by LeahFranks PreGoogle
Here are cutscenes from "Silent Hill 2" remixed with soundbytes from B-movies, grindhouse flicks, and exploitation films. Enjoy! Inspired by "Silent Hill on Crack" ...
Published in : 2011-03-23 | by drunk3director
Tina helping John Greff get one of his tentacles slipped over his hand for the first episode of "Octo and Patrushka's Moonlit Cinema".