The Mighty Four (1977)

Casanova Wong seeks revenge for the death of his parents in this pretty standard Korean action film that makes for some interesting action pieces. As a child, Yin Chun-Yang watched his father killed and mother committing suicide at the hands of Chinese warlord Ma, who was in love with Yin’s mother. Yin would be raised […]

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The Dragon Tamers (1975)

Everyone knows John Woo as one of the best action film directors in the world today. During his early days as a director, he tackled the kung fu film and this film, his second as director, is quite interesting as we get to see a look at the motifs that would later become a trademark […]

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Shaolin Deadly Kicks (1977)

Superkicker Delon Tan shines in this very exciting kung fu film that he would virtually remake a decade later in America. A band of robbers known as the Eight Dragons have stolen a rare treasure map. They decide to take the map and divide into eight pieces, one for each member. The leader of the […]

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A Fight for Honor (1992)

A young woman learns a lesson about the true nature of the sport she loves in this feature directorial debut of Texas-based martial arts instructor Sam Um. Three years after beginning her training in the martial art of taekwondo, Crystal Lundgren has lost a recent tournament, which has left her depressed. Her mother and friends […]

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Best of the Best (1989)

1989, The Movie Group/SVS Inc. Director: Robert Radler Producers: Phillip Rhee Peter E. Strauss Writers: Phillip Rhee (story) Paul Levine (story and screenplay) Cinematography: Doug Ryan Editing: William Hoy Cast: Eric Roberts (Alex Grady) Phillip Rhee (Tommy Lee) James Earl Jones (Frank Couzo) Sally Kirkland (Catherine Wade) John P. Ryan (Frank Jennings) John Dye (Virgil […]

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