This was another VHS-rental for my Dad and I. Superbly bad. Superbly. It was a bit of a trip to see Tadashi Yamas**ta as the trainer, recognizing him from the pages of the martial arts magazines I was reading at the time.GYMKATA
is superbly bad. Jaw droppingly superb.
The biggest WTF moment was a toss-up between the shambling hordes of East European village retards (which turned the movie from spy-action to 70's horror), or the pommel horse that was conveniently placed in the town square.
And, there are sound effects from Halloween Horror albums I own... seriously, it takes a really chee zee production to use those old canned sound effects... uh... for what purpose? To make the cheap cheaper???
What a wonderful peezoscheet.