Tiger was once a fearsome fighter, but now he is a drunk. We learn, in flashback (and inflashbacks within flashbacks), that he fell from grace after being unintentionally involved in thekilling of his fiancee’s brother. Now his own treacherous brother has kidnapped the fiancee, andthat is all Tiger needs to come roaring back. This is truly awful stuff, with boringly filmed fightscenes, choppy editing, and nonsensical plot.
Bad as the film is, …he sound is worse. Rather than give us the original language (as is thecase with Master of the Flying Guillotine), we have nothing but gruesome English dubbing (withserious distortion problems) and sound effects that only occasionally connect with what ishappening on-screen. The mono sound frequently wavers and gurgles too.
Aside from preserving the 2.35:1 ratio, the picture is an unmitigated disaster, mostly due tothe wretched quality of the print: splices, scractches, severe speckling, dirt, the works. Thecolours quality fluctuates wildly. The picture is sometimes so murky it is impossible to make outwhat is going on.
Nothing here but the trailer, though the menu is scored.
A beyond stupid movie (though fun in a campy way) with a truly horrendous print. Forobsessive Kung Fu completists only.
Special Features List
- Theatrical Trailer