AGFA MYSTERY MOVIE

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Run Time 93min
Age Policy

18 and up; Children 6 and up will be allowed only with a parent guardian. No children under the age of 6 will be allowed.

From out of the vaults of the American Genre Film Archive comes a 35mm print of one of the wildest, most colorful, over the top spectacles of Kung Fu wizardry ever created. This universe-ending epic delivers a non-stop extravaganza of 1980's effects and wire-fu madness. Wrap your brain in a diaper, tear off your eyelids and get ready for an impossible mix of lazer blasts, ancient Eastern mysticism, flying puppet dragon-lions, exploding henchman, flying spinning chainsaw knives, a Dragon-Tumor duo that features a midget-kid melting opponents with green acid from his tumor, and more lazers all set to a killer analog synth score. The ultimate in fantasy kung fu insanity! 

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