Director: Buichi Saito
In a temple. Statues come to life, lung at him from all sides. Lone Wolf hacks off their limbs. The assassins still persist. One bites at his kimono.
Great cinematography. Thin story line. Great action scenes, with two much (as usual) gun powder at the end. One sort of amusing aspect: The make-up man clearly seems to have been asleep on the job, as all the men look like they have had hair transplants.
This isn’t the best of the Lone Wolf and Cub series. But it is certainly watchable.
Much better than something like Kill Bill. A few notches below the best samurai films.