Samurai Vampire Bikers from Hell
Samurai Vampire Bikers from Hell is a cutting-edge martial art driven, action adventure film; with an impertinent cult film edge.
Not only was it the winner of the 1992 Tokyo Experimental Film Festival, but it was one of the first movies to be shot entirely on video tape and receive intentional distribution.
The Los Angeles Times says, "With intense lighting, stunning locations, and a storyline that could only have been dreamed up by the mind of consummate artist, this film helped to usher in the digital age of filmmaking."
International Action Star and Martial Arts Master Scott Shaw stars as Alexander Hell, a cross-dimensional mercenary who rides his Harley Davidson motorcycle out of the dark abyss and joins forces with Sir Katana, Kenneth H. Kim, to send ancient vampires, who are wreaking havoc on modern-day Hollywood, California, back to Hell.
SAMURAI VAMPIRE BIKERS FROM HELL is a Rock n' Roll journey into the realms of artistic fantasy.
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I did this movie years ago.
I only got the dvd to get the footage of me.
It is unwatchable.
I had to fast forward to my scene because of how bad it is.
Why did I ever agree to be in this movie???
it is a stinker!
The story for this movie unfolds following a guy named Alexander Hell. For you girls, he is this hot, long blonde haired guy. For you martial artists, he and his team go through all of these martial art fight scenes that are all pretty good. The premise of the movie revolves around the fact that he is tracking down these vampires to send them back to hell. Some of the high points of this film are the scenes filmed in this old Japanese graveyard and when Hell and an Asian guy named Katana are fighting a bunch of vampires in the jungle. There is also some nice scenes at night that looked to be filmed in a Chinatown style area. There is also some good samurai swordplay in the film.
This is a good movie. It has a good story line. It has good acting. I recommend it.