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“To Be the Best” Sequel in the Works


The 1993 martial arts action film TO BE THE BEST is getting a sequel treatment, which will incorporate mixed martial arts and a cast of veterans from the dominant 1990′s straight-to-video...

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REVIEW: The Suspect (2013)

This action packed South Korean film brings an action style similar to THE BOURNE IDENTITY with the story not only flowing, but coming at you like a Mack truck. Ji Dong-Chul (Gong Yoo) was one of the...

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REVIEW: Once Upon a Time in Shanghai (2014)

Hong Kong actor and martial artist Philip Ng finally is given center stage with this rebooted look at the hero Ma Yung-Chen, who was immortalized in the 1972 Shaw Brothers film BOXER FROM SHANTUNG...

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REVIEW: Ninja Academy (1989)

What do you get when you cross comedies like POLICE ACADEMY with the ninja? A somewhat underrated cult B-movie action comedy courtesy of producer/director Nico Mastorakis. It starts out a few years...

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Gary Daniels enters the ‘Bullpen Fight Club’

British martial arts action star and Kung Fu Cinema favorite Gary Daniels is back with what looks to be an exciting mixed martial arts action thriller. BULLPEN FIGHT CLUB, which is directed by R....

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REVIEW: The Raid 2 (Blu-Ray)

On July 8, 2014, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will be releasing the action packed sequel THE RAID 2 on DVD and Blu-Ray. For a review of the film, check out the film review right HERE. So what...

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REVIEW: The Raid 2 (Blu-Ray)

On July 8, 2014, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will be releasing the action packed sequel THE RAID 2 on DVD and Blu-Ray. For a review of the film, check out the film review right HERE. So what...

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REVIEW: When Taekwondo Strikes (1973)

“The Father of American Taekwondo”, Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee, stars with the fighting diva Angela Mao in his only film in this underrated film that pits Chinese and Korean rebels against the Japanese....

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REVIEW: When Taekwondo Strikes (1973)

“The Father of American Taekwondo”, Grandmaster Jhoon Rhee, stars with the fighting diva Angela Mao in his only film in this underrated film that pits Chinese and Korean rebels against the Japanese....

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REVIEW: A Queen’s Ransom (1976)

An interesting film that revolves around a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth II during a trip to Hong Kong, this could have the potential to make very good use of its stars. However, it delves into...

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