Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A Chinese gorilla that turned on its master after years of martial arts training embarks on a brutal rampage through the streets of Wichita, Kansas in director Lance D. Hayes' outrageous kung fu parody. Though he was once the house pet of revered martial arts master Alfunku, the karate-chopping simian turned on his master during a heated training session and was subsequently sent to live in the United States. After eventually winding up in Wichita, the rowdy primate is set free during a publicity stunt gone horribly awry. Now, with police captain J.W. Duke and first officer Pilgrim hot on his trail, the maniacal mandrill snatches the beautiful Rae Fay and climbs to the top of Withita's tallest building - the Holiday Inn - to make his last stand.
escape, animal, battle [war], gorilla, Kung-Fu, martial-arts, news, on-the-road, reporter, self-promotion
Cult Film, Low Artistic Quality, Low Budget, Low Production Values