Stolen from the famous "secret" Air Force base, Area 51, Lupin's most recently stolen treasure holds a secret. Four "Bloody Angels," the toughest women Lupin has ever faced, want the treasure for their own terrorist purposes. Meanwhile Zenigata teams up with a female police officer to hunt Lupin and the terrorists down.
As Japan gears up for the 1964 Olympic games, the cops start to crack down on the gangs, under pressure from the public and the press, adding a new dimension in the war for power among the yakuza families of Hiroshima.
Martial arts expert Doug Young shows viewers how to deal with the unthinkable -- a gun in their faces -- in this instructional video that blends step-by-step training with seminar footage to teach police and military techniques for disarming the enemy. Demonstrating empty-hand skills along with safety and shooting fundamentals, Young schools viewers on how to protect themselves in an increasingly violent world.
Learn core defensive tactics with this step-by-step program from self-defense expert Jim Wagner. Based on military and police methods, this course covers threat zones, angled arm blocks, conflict stances, Wagner's own piston arm strikes and more. The course also covers proper head-butting techniques, leg strikes and counters, stopping power and the legalities of the use of force -- all strategies that are easy to learn and teach.
Are you tired of burning out on steep routes and unsure whether it’s due to lack of strength or poor technique? Do you still feel nervous about pushing above bolts or trusting your feet on slabs? If you’re fed-up with making the same old mistakes then why not settle the score using this two-part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these films are packed with tips to help you improve every aspect of your climbing performance. Part 1 shows you how to develop your technique and how to train more productively and Part 2 shows you how to put it all together and get the most from yourself on the cliffs. There are right and wrong examples to help you identify your weaknesses and case studies from some of Britain’s best climbers. Those dream routes may be closer than you think and watching these films might be all you need to turn them into a reality.
This film seeks to uncover the hidden meanings behind what appear to be senseless acts of terrorism, including the strategies intended to dismantle select governments. Using extensive research and factual information, it examines how this terrorism is used to execute a Marxist-Leninist doctrine known as "Ware of National Liberation." Once the terrorists overthrow the government, they're ousted as well, leaving the Marxist machine in charge.
Whether you're an experienced angler or a complete novice, Pole Fishing up in the water can produce devistatingly good results, and who better to explain this valuable technique thant four times World coarse Angling Champion, Bob Nudd MBE. Bob demonstrates how to fish shallow, and when you know the tricks of the trade, you can bag a keepnet full of fish in a surprisingly short time. See for yourself exactly how it's done, from selecting a suitable location through to feeding the swin, and then enjoy watching the master in action, bringing fish to the bank in rapid succession.
12 year old Johan is completely in love with Veronica. He does everything he can to get her to notice him - but nothing works until he completely gives up.
The story unfolds during The Ming Dynasty, as Japanese pirates wreak havoc along the Chinese coast, laying waste to entire towns. The situation becomes even more desperate when bands of ninjas start appearing and target the Chinese military commander, General Chi (Ti Lung). The Master of the Three Arts (who possesses a book illustrating various ninjitsu techniques) is the only one who can combat this new enemy, so he pledges that his students Chau (Chiang Sheng), Mao (Kwok), and Tung (Lu Feng), will join Chi's army in their fight to wipe out the killers. - From website Hong Kong Digital
Amidst Japan's postwar economic boom, yakuza factions in Osaka fight for survival when Japan's largest crime syndicate plans a hostile takeover.
After spending eight years in prison for murder, Hiroshi leaves his yakuza family to start a new life as a labor racketeer.
Tactics is a Japanese manga series written as a collaboration between Sakura Kinoshita and Kazuko Higashiyama. It was serialized in Comic Blade Masamune. Kinoshita supplied the character "Kantarou," and Higashiyama supplied the character "Haruka." While the manga was previously licensed for released in English in paperback by both ADV Manga and Tokyopop, the manga is now only available in English in digital format on JManga. The animation studio Studio Deen adapted the Tactics manga into a 25-episode anime series, which ran on Japanese television from October 5, 2004 to March 29, 2005. The English dub of the anime was distributed by Manga Entertainment in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.
Scare Tactics is a hidden camera/comedy television show, produced by Kevin Healey and Scott Hallock. Its first two seasons aired from April 2003 to December 2004. After a hiatus, the show returned for a third season, beginning July 9, 2008. The first season of the show was hosted by Shannen Doherty. Stephen Baldwin took her place in the middle of the second season. Since the beginning of the third season, the show has been hosted by Tracy Morgan. The fourth season began on October 6, 2009. In Europe the first season of the program aired on MTV Central from 2003 to 2004. The show is also broadcast in Australia on FOX8, in Canada on MTV, in India on AXN, in Russia on MTV Russia, in Turkey on Dream TV, in Poland on TV Puls, in Finland on Jim, in South Korea on Q TV, in Sweden initially on TV6 and currently on TV11.
Najica: Blitz Tactics is an anime television series by Studio Fantasia. It premiered across Japan between October 4, 2001 and December 27, 2001. The show is similar to that of Agent Aika—both being directed by Katsuhiko Nishijima and animated by Studio Fantasia—with much of the same content. Though Najica was later adapted into a manga by Takuya Tashiro, the majority of the difference in content were in the context of the missions and especially the ending.