Knocking off better films and dismissing Hong Kong cinema's progress, Bloodfight tries to win an audience with action, but it's not enough.
Abysmal, boring, and unwatchable, Ironheart represents the worst of the video store VHS era, made by people who knew better.
Takashi Miike's stylish crack at the spaghetti western successfully mashes Quentin Tarantino-style dialogue with over-the-top action set pieces and clear Japanese influences.
Bloodstone doesn't avoid its genre tropes, but digs into them while at least attempting to break from foreign inequality.
The final film from Andy Sidaris and Malibu Bay Films, stars Shae Marks and Julie Strain steam up the screen in Return to Savage Beach.
Playmate Shae Marks and wrestler Marcus Bagwell bring new life to the campy and fun formula used by director Andy Sidaris in Day of the Warrior.
Gundala is a violent superhero flick from Indonesia that captures the country's own take on the genre with ahelping borrowed from Hollywood flicks.
Bruce Willis cashes another paycheck in the forgettable, meandering Survive the Night.
Game of Death's crass, exploitative existence still gave movie and martial arts audiences an iconic Bruce Lee performance.
Bruce Lee's lasting kung-fu epic, Enter the Dragon, holds up today as a call to diversity and appealing to everyone.
Way of the Dragon doesn't always connect, but it's Lee at his most charismatic on screen, letting himself have some fun between fights.
Angry and hostile, Fist of Fury brings Bruce Lee to the screen in his purest form, fighting against Japanese occupation.