REVIEW: Shaolin vs. Evil Dead (2004)

Rival Taoist masters face off but in the midst of things, chaos ensues in this martial arts-horror hybrid. Brother White is a Taoist priest who despite having to face off against numerous undead adversaries believes in saving souls rather than destroy them. Along with his two proteges, Sun and Fire, the group embarks on a restaurant that turns out to be haunted. During their battle, … Continue reading REVIEW: Shaolin vs. Evil Dead (2004)

REVIEW: Guyver 2 – Dark Hero (1994)

The Japanese-born superhero is back in this far more superior sequel in which its host attempts to find where the units come from. It has been a year since Sean Barker became the host of an alien-armored unit known as The Guyver. He has been using his powers to dispense vigilante justice incognito. However, he has been having nightmares that he cannot understand. When he … Continue reading REVIEW: Guyver 2 – Dark Hero (1994)

REVIEW: Bloodfist IV – Die Trying (1992)

Kickboxing legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson goes a fourth round in one of B-movie martial arts’ top film series of the nineties. Danny Holt is a repo man who is good at his job. A skilled fighter as well, he will use his skills against anyone who attempts to prevent him from doing his job. He is also a loving father to young Molly. One … Continue reading REVIEW: Bloodfist IV – Die Trying (1992)

“Kickboxer” Sequel to “Kick” Off in 2018

Kurt Sloane will return to “kick” off the new year! This past weekend, Kickboxer: Vengeance lead actor Alain Moussi took to Instagram to announce an official release date for the sequel Kickboxer: Retaliation, which back a few months, had mentioned a September release date. However, Moussi has announced that the film will be released on January 26, 2018. Exclusive to you…Our #kickboxerretaliation fans – The … Continue reading “Kickboxer” Sequel to “Kick” Off in 2018

Will Tucker Agree to a Fourth “Rush”? Because Chan Has!

It has been over a decade since we saw the adventures Hong Kong Detective Inspector Lee and L.A.P.D. Detective James Carter on the big screen, but they may be possibly returning! Jackie Chan last week has officially confirmed that he has agreed to finally returning for Rush Hour 4. Going on The Cruz Show on L.A.’s Power 106 radio station while promoting The Foreigner, he … Continue reading Will Tucker Agree to a Fourth “Rush”? Because Chan Has!

REVIEW: High Kicks (1993)

This film, made in the wake of the home video circuit, could be either an informercial for the predecessor of Tae Bo, an elongated Taster’s Choice commercial, or a women’s self-defense video. Actually, it turns out it somewhat melds all three. Sandy Thomas is the owner of the High Kicks aerobics studio. A sign for a part-time employee brings in newcomer Sam Monroe, a sailor … Continue reading REVIEW: High Kicks (1993)

REVIEW: Ninja Champion (1986)

This “cut-and-paste” film from the gang at IFD take footage with the late Bruce Baron and combines it with a Korean revenge film. In Taipei, a mysterious woman named Cherry has arrived to broker a deal with Robert involving diamonds. Interpol has gotten wind of the possible deal. Donald has photos of three members of the gang along with a French man named Morris, who … Continue reading REVIEW: Ninja Champion (1986)