Probably is true what reports a tagline: “The One Movie
James Bond Himself Would Go See!" And he would go to see the sad end
that made two of his well-known performers. Harold Sakata, credited as
Harold "Odd Job" Sakata, to emphasize once again his role in
"Goldfinger" and George Lazenby beloved/hated star of "On Her Majesty's
Secret Service" to which are added two star a bit 'forget, Terry Moore
famous in the forties and fifties and the sexy icon Aldo Ray.
The good James Bond find also interesting a story that starts from spy
movies, puts martial arts and ties all with a healthy and unstoppable
A turtle used as an instrument of torture, more funnily than the
objects of "The Spanish Inquisition" by Monty Python is for us the
symbol of this 1978 movie. Created by the skilful mind of Al Adamson
who works again with Jim Kelly on screenplay by Harry Hope "Death
Dimension" is an unmissable trash meatloaf lost between hilarious
moments, not so threatening bad boys, many fight scenes, some tits and
an infallible hero.
A film made of an almost continuous action scenes (if have Jim Kelly in
the cast, you have to use him as his best!) which put the already banal
plot in few moments of connection.
The amazing and wonderful object in the center of all history is the
"Freeze Bomb", a powerful weapon invented by Dr.Mason to help people
but that can kill freezing victims. Actually it make it snow
After Mason promised the weapon to the villain "The Pig" (Harold
Sakata), he repents and hides the secrets of the bomb in the temples of
his assistant and then commits suicide. The Pig clearly wants to rescue
the precious microfilm kidnapping the woman, but has to deal with the
infallible detective Ash (Jim Kelly) whose chief Gallagher (George
Lazenby) is in cahoots with the bad.
A good soundtrack accompanies the adventures of Jim Kelly always in
great shape who have to fight also with the right arm of "The Pig"
starring Bob Minor famous stunt man and actor.
And even if you aren’t James Bond, we suggest you should see this movie.