Trained by their grandfather every summer in the art of ninjitsu, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum use their skills to battle a wide array of criminals, including evil land developers and international arms dealers.
An anomaly among Saban’s other 90’s shows that reused Japanese footage, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation was an original live action series that loosely continued the story of the original three TMNT movies and introduced the controversial fifth Ninja Turtle, Venus De Milo.
We revisit the first episode of the 1987 TMNT cartoon for the latest edition of Auto Pilot. Cowabunga!
For June’s Movie of the Month, the ninja clan of Zach, Chris, Chris Ali and Ryan checked out the 80’s ninja movie that kickstarted all 80’s ninja movies, Enter the Ninja
We’re watching the original 80’s ninja classic for our Movie of the Month for June, Enter the Ninja, starring Django himself, Franco Nero and ninja movie legend, Sho Kosugi.
Do the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have Pizza Power or has Michael Bay’s influence destroyed another beloved childhood favorite?
To celebrate the Fourth of July, Zach, Chris, Joe and special guest, Asa, watch an 80’s “classic” with American right in the name, American Ninja.
The latest in a long tradition of Americans being trained as ninjas, Casey Bowman was orphaned and raised in the Koga dojo in the arts of Ninjitsu and must use his skills against an evil former classmate, a secret cult and a Burmese drug lord.
At the height of the ninja craze in the 80’s, Cole and his sweet ‘stache kicked all kinds of ass as he defended his friend’s land from evil businessman Venarius in “Enter the Ninja”.
“For centuries, the Society of the Black Dragon has sanctioned an ancient rite of combat known as the Kumite…it has never been won by a Westerner”