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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Death Dimension aka Black Eliminator (1978)

  • Jim Kelly
  • Harold Sakata
  • George Lazenby
The Pig has a plan to eradicate some people with a freeze bomb
that instantly freezes people to death. It is up to Detective Ash
to stop him and protect the woman with the secret to the ice bomb
embedded in a microdot under the skin of her forehead.

Ripped by Cinemageddon user docpain provided thru Funkback


Visuals said...

Man!!! Ya'll are KILLIN' me with these Jim Kelly joints! Here I am with hundreds of fu flicks in my collection and you guys keep throwin' gems from every direction! As someone whom has always considered himself a well seasoned collector of martial arts films, It saddens me and I even feel a slight bit ashamed that some of these flicks I have never knew existed....Martial Arts and Blaxploitation flicks alike. I gotta say thank you brothers for furthering my knowledge of the subject and most importantly, For being there and enlightening others. Much love

SelfScience said...

Don't be ashamed if you are still finding stuff. I'm really interested in your Kung Fu collection. DO you have some movies you could recommend to the blog? I purchase most of the Kung Fu movies as well, so it would be great to have some more in my own personal collection.

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with Visuals, i also have a fairly large collection of fu movies and never knew certain Blaxploitation movies existed. Thank you for furthering my fu knowledge

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