Reviews

  • Apr 24, 2016

    Crazy martial arts madness! The follow up to Bastard Swordsman adds even more craziness, with a myriad of Japanese villains who start some bad shit and try to start a fight between Wudang and Invincible Clan. The action is non-stop, and the flashy editing and visual effects makes for a very entertaining movie, even if its completely gonzo.

    Crazy martial arts madness! The follow up to Bastard Swordsman adds even more craziness, with a myriad of Japanese villains who start some bad shit and try to start a fight between Wudang and Invincible Clan. The action is non-stop, and the flashy editing and visual effects makes for a very entertaining movie, even if its completely gonzo.

  • Jan 08, 2011

    Not as good as the first, despite the addition of Lo Lieh and Chen Kuan-tai to the original cast. Picks up after the first left off, addressing a major loose end, but adding in an evil ninja clan from Japan that wants to make their presence known. The title character is barely even the star anymore. They spend the first half hour just trying to find him, and later on, just like the original, he's severely injured and relies on others to heal him. Still a lot of fun, thanks to the craziness of the Fatal, Silkworm, and Phantom Skills.

    Not as good as the first, despite the addition of Lo Lieh and Chen Kuan-tai to the original cast. Picks up after the first left off, addressing a major loose end, but adding in an evil ninja clan from Japan that wants to make their presence known. The title character is barely even the star anymore. They spend the first half hour just trying to find him, and later on, just like the original, he's severely injured and relies on others to heal him. Still a lot of fun, thanks to the craziness of the Fatal, Silkworm, and Phantom Skills.