Podcasting Day: Twinkle Ninja Fantasy with Dirk Marshall 🌭

If you’re discussing the impact madmen have had on pop culture, you eventually need to bring up Godfrey Ho, which is what we did on this episode of the Dogg Zzone 9000. To try to make sense of Godrey (sometimes known as Bruce, sometimes Tony, sometimes Rogar, sometimes Felix) and his 155 ninja films childishly pasted together from the corpses of 593 non-ninja films, we talked to leading Godfrey Ho expert and host of the VH-US Podcast, Dirk Marshall. As the owner of most of them, we put Dirk in charge of choosing the movie: Twinkle Ninja Fantasy. It’s a fish-exploding ninja drug smuggler film, probably. We are the first people to ever try to understand it, and we don’t! Fucking, at all!

Listen here! Or wherever you get your podcasts!

Patrons can also listen to a bonus podcast where Dirk and Sean’s daughters fight a proxy war in a Seanbaby’s Book Game that goes off the rails immediately. Like us and Review, you bastards! Dynamite us on Ninja! Thunder us on Gigantic Serpent! Enter the death challenge of our store featuring all new designs!

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FYI: It is available on Tubi free with ads under the name “Ninja Fantasy”.

They also have Robo Vampire, Gordon Ho’s robocop vs hopping vampires flick.

So thrilled to see this being covered on the Dog.

These films are a long-held obsession ever since I discovered Ninja Terminator when I worked at a video store in the mid-90s. I also lay claim to be the first person to write in English about Godfrey Ho ninja movies online (but search engines were so bad back in the day, who can really now).

HEAPS of these films are on YouTube these days but many (most!) are pretty punishing to get through. So here’s a few of my all-time faves that weren’t mentioned on the pod:

Ninja the Violent Sorcerer –

Ninja Operation: Knight and Warrior –

Ninja the Protector –

U.S. Catman – Lethal Track (wildcard with NO NINJAS (?!), but most outstanding use of profanity in the dub) –

But still for me the #1 is the OG; origin of the famous Garfield phone – Ninja Terminator:

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