Ninja III: The Domination

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Ninja III: The Domination
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Theatrical release poster
Directed bySam Firstenberg[1]
Produced by
Written byJames R. Silke[1]
Music by
CinematographyHanania Baer
Distributed by
Release date
September 14, 1984
Running time
92 minutes
CountryUnited States
Box office$7,610,785[2]

Ninja III: The Domination is a 1984 American martial arts action horror film directed by Sam Firstenberg,[1] and stars Sho Kosugi, Lucinda Dickey, Jordan Bennett, and James Hong. It is the third film in Cannon Films' Ninja Trilogy anthology series, the first being Enter the Ninja, and the second being Revenge of the Ninja. Like the previous films in the series, it has also garnered a cult following.


Christie (Dickey), a telephone linewoman and aerobics instructor[1], is possessed by the evil spirit of a fallen ninja when coming to his aid. The spirit uses her body to carry out his revenge on the police officers who killed him. One of them is Billy (Bennett), who catches Christie's eye yet cannot explain her preoccupation with Japanese culture nor help her with her sudden blackouts. Out of options, they turn to a Japanese exorcist (Hong), who manages to summon the ninja within her. The exorcist reveals he cannot force the spirit out of Christie, but that "only a ninja can destroy a ninja". Christie and Billy are forced to seek the aid of Yamada (Kosugi), a ninja hunting the assassin within her for killing his people. The three force the ninja out in a dangerous gambit that results in the spirit repossessing his own dead body and fighting Yamada to the true end, finally freeing all three of the curse of the ninja.


Home media[edit]

Scream Factory released the film in a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack on June 11, 2013.[3]

The film was released on Blu-ray in the U.K. in 2016 by Eureka Video.

Scream Factory re-released the film in a Collector's Edition Blu-ray set on June 12, 2018 with a new transfer and additional supplemental materials.[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d "Ninjas score big, but viewers are on the losing end". The Pantagraph. Bloomington, Illinois. 22 September 1984. p. 29. Retrieved 12 September 2014 – via open access
  2. ^ Ninja III: The Domination at Box Office Mojo
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