User Posts: Brad Curran
Wheels on Meals (1984)

Wheels on Meals (1984)

From their youth in the Peking Opera Academy to their early rise to stardom in Hong Kong, Jackie Chan, Yuen Biao, and Sammo Hung all seemed inseparable. If they weren’t battling ...

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MMA thriller “Tapped Out” coming May 27th!

MMA thriller “Tapped Out” coming May 27th!

The popularity of mixed martial arts has long-since penetrated the realm of martial arts movies, and quality wise, the results have been, no pun intended, a mixed bag.  The ...

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Street Fighter Assassin’s Fist behind-the-scenes!

Street Fighter Assassin’s Fist behind-the-scenes!

Fans eagerly anticipating "Street Fighter Assassin's Fist", the long-awaited reboot of the "Street Fighter" series severely disappointing cinematic career, have just gotten ...

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FunFriday – Master Ken teaches the art of “You-Jitsu”!

FunFriday – Master Ken teaches the art of “You-Jitsu”!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hMoA7Q75cg. It has often been said by the wisest of warriors throughout history that there is no greater enemy that you will ever face than ...

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Ip Man (2008)

Ip Man (2008)

For those of you who may have been hibernating wondering what brought about the sudden deluge of Ip Man movies, you can extend your sincerest “Thank You” to 2008’s “Ip Man” ...

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“Streets of Myth” launches Kickstarter campaign!

“Streets of Myth” launches Kickstarter campaign!

In November of last year, filmmaker Brandon Kahn released a short proof-of-concept video for his planned martial arts web series "Streets of Myth" on YouTube. Now, he's ...

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FunFriday – Master Ken teaches Ameri-Do-Te pressure point attacks!

FunFriday – Master Ken teaches Ameri-Do-Te pressure point attacks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zW9yna-MK8&feature=c4-overview&list=UUxrd1I7wmE2chwpoqD4DSTA. Legends of pressure point strikes go all the way back to the most ancient ...

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Joey Ansah takes questions from “Street Fighter” fans!

Joey Ansah takes questions from “Street Fighter” fans!

Accomplished stuntman Joey Ansah took to YouTube earlier this week to answer fan questions regarding the upcoming series "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist". The series, created by ...

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New combat armor arrives from Australia!

New combat armor arrives from Australia!

Martial artists of the ancient world were able to develop a level of comfort with a taking a life that many today would find horrifying. And yet, this stemmed more from the nature ...

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FunFriday – Kicking ’em when they’re down with Master Ken!

FunFriday – Kicking ’em when they’re down with Master Ken!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QovqStCXlck The absurd notion of not kicking the opponent when he or she is down continues to perpetuate itself in the martial arts world. ...

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Fist of Fury (1972)

Fist of Fury (1972)

On the heels of his star-making appearance in "The Big Boss", the legendary Bruce Lee solidified himself as the undisputed king of kung fu with "Fist of Fury". Portraying the role ...

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FunFriday – Master Ken teaches Ameri-Do-Te gun disarms!

FunFriday – Master Ken teaches Ameri-Do-Te gun disarms!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pezq4fojLT8. The advent of firearms has added a whole new challenge for martial artists to address in their training. What if one were accosted ...

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    Brad Curran November 27, 2013 at 11:14 pm

    Great interview, sir! And great advice on how to practice and keep up throughout daily life. It reminds me of Boyka saying “We can see this as work, or we can see this as training.” Now, if I can just work on that kick you’re doing in the first pic….

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    Brad Curran November 27, 2013 at 11:16 pm

    Great interview, Master Low. BTW, when you were in Indy 4, you weren’t, by any chance, one of the Temple warriors Indy encounters, were you?

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    Brad Curran November 27, 2013 at 11:19 pm

    Well said, sir! I’ve always likened “The Raid” to a reverse-“Die Hard” (this time, it’s the good guys invaded the high rise building) crossed with Bruce Lee’s “Game of Death” (ascending the levels with progressively more formidable opponents.) And few villains have ever stolen the show like Mad Dog did!

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    Brad Curran November 27, 2013 at 11:24 pm

    Well-written review, sir! I first saw “Born to Fight” about about a year and a half ago, literally after seeing it out of the corner of my eye in the Action section at the local MovieStop. I knew of Panna Rittikrai and his tutelage of Tony Jaa, so seeing where the mentor started was certainly a no-brainer, and stumbling across something that good that has been around for that long is truly a case of X-marking the spot!

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    Brad Curran December 14, 2013 at 2:37 am

    Best of luck, sir! Give him nothing and take from him everything!

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    Brad Curran December 14, 2013 at 2:48 am

    Great interview, Ms. Okadigbo. I wish you great success with the stunt register, and look forward to seeing “Flowers of Sarnia”. Having recently reviewed “Warrioress” for KFK, Babes with Blades can officially claim a new fan in me!

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    Brad Curran December 26, 2013 at 8:00 pm

    A personal favorite of mine and true gem in the pantheon of martial arts films as a whole, and the work of Jet Li specifically – in my opinion, “Fearless” tops even “Fist of Legend”. Great review, sir!

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    Brad Curran March 10, 2014 at 11:42 am

    Right you are!

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    Brad Curran March 10, 2014 at 11:45 am

    My personal favorite Chuck Norris fact:

    Chuck Norris once urinated in a semi truck’s gas tank as a joke.

    That truck is now known as Optimus Prime.

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    Brad Curran March 11, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    Great interview with a true legend of kickboxing! I’ll most certainly be checking out your book in the very near future, Flash!

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    Brad Curran June 1, 2014 at 5:25 am

    I have to say,(one of) my big geek out moment(s) came with Gouken’s line: “There is a Chinese proverb that goes, ‘There are many paths to the top of the mountain, but the view is always the same.’ I learned this from a great kung fu master by the name of Gen, with whom I fought and exchanged knowledge many years ago.” That brought on my gleeful gadouken!

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    Brad Curran June 12, 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Excellent interview! It’s a true pleasure to have you speak to KFK, Marrese! In my humble opinion, you really stole the show in TYG2 in the same way that Mad Dog did in The Raid! I greatly look forward to seeing you in action on the big screen again, sir!

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