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BLACK SAMURAI (1977)
BLACK SAMURAI (1977)

Al Adamson had little luck mastering the horror genre and it would appear from this misbegotten, Jim Kelly vehicle that his gleeful ineptitude as a director was at its zenith with 'Black Samurai'. If they haven't benumbed themselves already, bad movie aficionados will find themselves in a terminal state of physical and spiritual paralysis mid-way through a screening of this confounding example of horribly inept and sickeningly opportunistic "cinenema". It’s such a shame that the name of Ed Wood gets bandied around as filmdom’s most foolhardy auteur, when a myopic, amputee, feral child could have edited ‘Black Samurai’ with more panache than Adamson; you could gaffer tape a Bolex into the hand of a 30 year old corpse and engender a more profound cinematic statement than ‘Black Samurai’. If one had the choice of ramming a frozen stoat repeatedly into both eyes, or watch ‘Black Samurai’; find yourself an icy mammal, as I can assure you the latter is infinitely more painful.     

 

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