Adapted from the graphic novel, Samurai Shiro, Yakuza Princess details the quest to learn one’s destiny, as an unbeknown heiress to half of the Yakuza clashes paths with conflicting journeys and motifs, as they are guided by the sword.
From his villainy in No Retreat, No Surrender to his hardened brawling in The Bouncer, Jean-Claude Van Damme kicks ass wherever he goes,
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi 30 years ago, Jean-Claude Van Damme was yet to ride his prime on a motorbike in Hard Target, and live in the world of direct-to-video, where he has mostly resided for over... Continue Reading →
In both academia and worldwide fandom, the American actress Cynthia Rothrock has been regarded as both the “Queen of Martial Arts” and the “Queen of Video”. https://www.instagram.com/p/BRZu65AB10r/?utm_source=ig_embed After a successful few years in mainstream Hong Kong action cinema, her time had come to be returned home and launched in the American market – this came in the... Continue Reading →
First presented in a sequence of attacks from an underground "death match", "Stingray" (real name: Paul Taylor) is the antagonist of the US-shot Hong Kong production, Undefeatable (Ho, 1993). "Stingray" is not only a skilled and deadly fighter; he is a psychotic wife beater. In an early scene, "Stingray" rapes his wife, which leads to her fleeing... Continue Reading →
So, via Jean-Claude Van Damme's Facebook page, I came across a post regarding JCVD starring in a new Kickboxer movie. Wow. Talk of the original Kickboxer movie If you're not knowledgeable of the original Kickboxer (dir. DiSalle & Worth, 1989), it is THE cult classic martial arts film of the 80s - it even co-stars Dennis Alexio, a former world... Continue Reading →