Come on and slam, if you want to jam, and celebrate the start of A-Kon 26 with NinjaHELL! Presents: Space Jam! Not only will they be showing (and riffing) the cinematic masterpiece that defined a generation, but there will also be skits, musical numbers, and an appearance by the Quad City DJs (if by "an appearance by the Quad City DJs" we mean "door prizes"). After the film, stick around to watch audience members act out Space Jam-themed Fanfiction and see NinjaHELL! Productions make fun of more crazy found footage, as the party won't stop until a fat man is inflated like a bad CGI balloon and is sent flying around a bad CGI basketball stadium.
Want to see more NinjaHELL!? Check out NinjaHELL! Productions on YouTube at YouTube.com/user/TheSoundNinja.
[Note: All of this reflects the performance of this film on the listed date. We have performed it twice in a convention setting, but this film was chosen to be our first out-of-con performance.]
Before the days of Ben 10 and Hannah Montana, before Cartoon Network showed Live Action shows, and when Saturday Morning Cartoons actually mattered, the thing to watch after school was out for the weekend was "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". Naturally, a movie deal was struck, scenes were filmed, and tickets were sold nation-wide.
Unlike the still-popular series, the film was absolute garbage: all it did was present an alternate version of a story-arc from the series, but presented it with all of the horribleness you'd come to expect from a film made by people who have no understanding of the original material.
Watch as Jason David Frank and all of his sidekicks save the universe from Baron Von-Smegma and his Jewish (no, seriously) Pig Wizard! See as children decide to play around with and drink someone else's bodily fluids! Enjoy being blinded by the really bright and chrome-plated 90s CGI!
ninjaHELL! Presents - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers The Movie - Come see it, or we'll send Alpha 5 to your house to follow you around and say "Ayiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyiyi..."
Only Love Can Stop The Riffing.
In New York's 34th Precinct, the only people standing in the way of crime are Police Officers Daizaburo "Eddie" Ban and John "Sleepy" "Mad Bull" Estes.
Hold on, you read that right - John Estes requires more than one nickname due to how out of control he is: Officer Estes is also known as "Mad Bull", due to his complete disregard of policy and regulations while out on patrol. Oh, and him shooting criminals with a shotgun the moment he arrives at the scene of a robbery.
Don't think we're done surprising you yet, as that's only the first 15 minutes of the first episode of the series. There are 4 more, with each getting more insane as time passes.
Join Kubu-kun the Sound Ninja (Christopher W. Reynolds) and Tsuba-kun the Bullseye Ninja (Kendall F. Stovall) as they show one of their favorite series ever to celebrate the [at the time] upcoming DVD revival (Thank you, Discotek!).
Hilarity guaranteed, but the Miranda Rights of the criminals shown are not!
NINJAHELL! SPEAKS TO YOU, IT'S CHOSEN ONES!
The 1970s were a weird time. Not only was Disco quickly becoming king, but the Cold War and the threat of Nuclear War was looming overhead. If it wasn't for these threats, Mad Max, Fist of the North Star, and the entire Post-Apocalypse-Punk genre would have never gotten their start.
And then we have ZARDOZ. Sean Connery in an orange Speedo and a ponytail, with a revolver, killing random people because a giant floating stone head who spits guns from his mouth tells him to.
Don't worry about that spoiling you on the film's intricate plot - that's all in the first few minutes of the film's two hour running time!
Watch as Kubu-kun The Sound Ninja (Christopher W. Reynolds) and Tsuba-kun The Bullseye Ninja (Kendall F. Stovall) grapple with the mind-bending powers of a man with Sharpie drawn facial hair! Enjoy the trippy effects of a world gone wrong! Wonder why the directors decided vacuum sealing people would do anything other than seal in flavor! Tremble before the awesome might of...
"ninjaHELL! Presents - Zardoz"!
Back in the 1970s, there was a film maker named Godfrey Ho. He hired English speaking actors to be a part of a cinematic trilogy devoted entirely to the mysterious and mysterious being known as the NINJA(!). Those 3 films turned out to be a lie, as Ho turned around, bought the rights to twelve separate horrible b-movies and spliced the trilogy into them. While the actors were paid for the three movies that they had been a part of, Ho made way more through the rights of his hastily thrown together NINJA(!) series.
Insulted by this blow to their NINJA(!) heritage, Kubu-Kun the Sound Ninja (Christopher W. Reynolds), Tsuba-Kun the Bullseye Ninja (Kendall F. Stovall), and the rest of the ninjaHELL! crew are going to rip one of these films a new chakra hole.
See the origins of the ninja finally explained! Watch the young Billy avenge his Mother's death with a gun that fires no bullets! THRILL at the shoulder pads! Travel with Gordon as he lets his friends be slaughtered by Ivan the Red (NINJA!). Learn about the production of India's largest export, Ice Cubes! Chosen by the fans, possibly as an attempt to anger all members of ninjaHELL! (who were secretly rooting for Zardoz to win), now all must suffer at the hands of...
ninjaHELL! Presents: The Ninja Squad
Back in the late 1970s, the now defunct Bell Communications was in trouble: If they couldn't improve their public image, they wouldn't last much longer.
Their solution? The weird and laughably bad “Telezonia” - an musical educational special designed to teach children how to use a telephone. Designed to be as politically correct and racially tolerant as humanly possible, its full of accidental racism and sexism, plot-holes, possible pedophiles and children stupid enough to willing follow badly dressed strangers into magically grown telephones. Needless to say, Bell Communications was later broken up by region.
This special is one of the memorials to their legacy. Join Kubu-kun The Sound Ninja (Christopher W. Reynolds) and Tsuba-kun The Bullseye Ninja (Kendall F. Stovall) as they rip Telezonia to shreds.
We love Mystery Science Theater 3000. In fact, for the majority of us, we've grown up being fans for almost as long as we can remember.
At our 4 year anniversary appearance, we premiered a new kind of ninjaHELL! show: one where we made fun of a full piece of media, instead of just making fun of various clips.
We call them "NinjaHELL! Presents", and these are the films and shorts that have gotten the riff treatment...