On the 13th of each month, I write about a movie whose title contains the number 13.
Scorpion Thunderbolt, an ultra-low-budget action/horror movie constructed out of leftover footage from a completely separate movie, along with some newly shot scenes. It came from director Godfrey Ho, who worked under many pseudonyms as a writer, director and producer of cheapo exploitation movies mainly in the 1970s and '80s. With the randomly titled Ninjas, Condors 13, I've come across Ho again, this time as the screenwriter (credited as Benjamin King) of an amusingly terrible martial-arts movie that was not cobbled together out of parts of other movies. It might as well have been, though, given how little sense it makes and how disconnected each scene is from the next.