REVIEW: SGT. KABUKIMAN N.Y.P.D.

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Rick Gianasi (Mutant Hunt)
Susan Byun (Crime Lords)
Bill Weeden (Citizen Toxie)
Thomas Crnkovich (Alive or Dead)
Larry Robinson (Time Out)
Noble Lee Lester (The Bonfire of The Vanities)
Brick Bronsky (The Quest)
Pamela Alster (The Marilyn Diaries)
Joe Fleishaker (Terror Firmer)

The film follows Sergeant Detective Harry Griswold (Rick Gianasi), a clumsy N.Y.P.D. cop investigating a string of murders involving Kabuki actors. While attending an amateur Kabuki play, Harry witnesses thugs gun down the entire cast. In the ensuing gunfight, Harry is forcefully kissed by one of the dying actors, unknowingly becoming blessed with the powers of Kabuki. Before he knows it, Griswold finds out that he has the ability to transform into Kabukiman, a colorfully dressed slapstick superhero who has the ability to fly and access to such unique weapons as heat seeking chopsticks and fatal sushi.  With the assistance of the beautiful Lotus (Susan Byun), he helps clean up the crime-ridden streets of New York and try to stop maniacal businessman Reginald Stuart (Bill Weeden) and his Goons, who plan to fulfill an ancient evil prophecy that will summon The Evil One whose demonic powers can enslave the world.Sgt-Kabukiman-NYPD-images-8183c614-2903-4a4d-b86d-6bbbe18abcdSgt. Kabukiman NYPD is a very special film, which I would recommend to anyone. Cult movies have rarely been so original, entertaining and lacking in pretension. It is surely time for Lloyd to start raising funds for the sequel

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