Taste the title, Karate Kill, and then you lay as a little creamy berry on the cream top to a very promising front. It’s a good leak to the body and it’s with quite a good dose of optimism, I put the disc in place in the player. Music at the introductory box feels my earphone and my partner says: “Do the 80’s work?” I would like her to be right.
The silent car mate Kenji (Hayate) has been told that his sister Mayumi (Mana Sakura) has disappeared in Los Angeles. He soon finds out that she has fallen into the hands of a group of people who are extremely violent and who snatch into snuff and do something else unpleasant with the people they kidnapped.