Low-to-zero budget horror has an audience. Joseph Ziemba’s long-running rare cult horror brand Bleeding Skull has certainly garnered its appeal over the years and have stayed relevant since.
Nowadays, you’ll find them back in the fray with the debut home release of Mark Bessenger’s Super 8 directorial debut, Ninja Zombie. They’re paring with the American Genre Film Archive to bring the over-the-top, no-budget ninja kills and spills to DVD on October 9.
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AGFA + Bleeding Skull present this supernatural ruckus of high-kicking vengeance, completed in 1992 and unreleased until THIS VERY MOMENT! Black vest. No shirt. No fear. NO RULES!! 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 never released on any format, NINJA ZOMBIE is an unrelenting ruckus of supernatural threats and high-kicking vengeance. If you’ve ever wished for a mutant mix of THE TOXIC AVENGER, 1980s Marvel Comics, and a 12-year-old’s unfiltered imagination, prepare to meet your new favorite movie.