- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 6 hours, 40 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: April 4, 2006
- Originally Released: 1978
- Label: Videoasia
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
THE KILL FACTOR: Detective Ash (Jim Kelly) must protect a woman who has the secret to a destructive weapon in a microchip implanted in her forehead. When "The Pig" creates an "ice bomb" that destroys people but leaves property intact, Ash goes on a mission to stop him before he can use the weapon.
PACIFIC INFERNO: Shortly before retreating from the islands of the Philippines, General MacArthur ordered the dumping of millions of dollars in silver in order to prevent the Japanese from getting their hands on it. When the Japanese later discover the location of the sunken treasure, American P.O.W.s are forced to recover it.
WHITE FIRE: A rugged adventurer, a ruthless international terrorist, and a sinister jewel thief engage in deadly competition for possession of the legendary White Fire diamond. Each one is determined to get to it first--or die trying.
NINJA VS. MAFIA: Martial arts meets organized crime in director Robert Tai's action-packed Hong Kong classic, MAFIA VS. NINJA. Martial arts master Jack Do (Alexander Lou) moves to Shanghai and immediately becomes entangled in the workings of local mob boss William Chao (Charles Wang), who enlists Jack's help in curbing a mutinous henchman, Tong Mao (Alan Lan). Hoping to usurp Chao's position as head of the Shanghai syndicate, Tong Mao retaliates by joining forces with the Japanese yakuza, sparking an Asian gang war that results in high-octane battle sequences between Jack, yakuza-hired ninjas, and international mercenaries that include an Italian knife thrower (Silvio Azzolini) and an American kickboxer (Eugene Thomas).
- 1.Kill Factor
- 2.Pacific Inferno
- 3.White Fire
- 4.Mafia vs. Ninja
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