|Directed by||Makoto Yokoyama|
|Produced by||Taka Arai|
|Written by||Makoto Yokoyama
|Music by||Shinnosuke Sorimachi|
|Edited by||Nina Kawasaki|
|Release date(s)||October 30, 2001|
Shadow Fury is an action/science-fiction film released in Japan on October 30, 2001. This is Taylor Lautner's debut film until his breakthrough role in Twlight seven years later.
A discovery in the near future makes it possible to create genetically engineered and enhanced human clones. The consequence of this discovery results in bio-ethical chaos. In order to right this wrong, the World Health Organization imposes a global ban on all human cloning activity. A group of scientists at the Nova Corporation, a leader in cloning research, have made miraculous advances in the replication of human beings. When one of their colleagues, a mad scientist by the name of Dr. Oh (Morita), creates an "Obedience Strain" that will allow him mind control over the clones, Nova Corp casts him out and revokes his license. Dr. Oh vows revenge on his three partners, Drs. Markov, Forster and Hillier, and creates a clone that is the perfect killing machine, Takeru (Funaki), a killer ninja clone. Meanwhile, Nova Corp learns of Dr. Oh's plan and dispatches a bounty hunter, Madsen (Bottoms), to destroy Dr. Oh, Dr. Oh's laboratory and any clones he may have developed. Madsen has his work cut out for him because with Takeru on the loose, it's only a matter of time before the clone finds them all!
- Taylor Lautner as Kismet (child)
- Sam Bottoms as Mitchell Madsen
- Masakatsu Funaki as Takeru
- Alexandra Kamp as Dr. Louise Forster
- Bas Rutten as Kismet (adult)
- Fred Williamson as Sam
- Pat Morita as Dr. Oh
- Jennette McCurdy as Anna Markov