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Rigor Mortis (2013)

Atmospheric and eerie Hong Kong horror film directed by singer and actor Juno Mak, and produced by Takashi Shimizu, creator of the "Ju-On/The Grudge" ...

New Bruce Lee biopic in the works!

For decades, Bruce Lee has been an icon in the world of martial arts, and indeed, the world period. Whether representing the pinnacle of power that ...

The best of Donnie Yen!

With Kung Fu legend Donnie Yen's latest martial arts saga Kung Fu Killer having just been released we thought we'd take a look at some of Donnie’s ...

John Wick (2014)

The world’s most legendary assassin comes out of retirement to avenge his beloved beagle in “John Wick”, the first feature film from 87 Eleven Action ...

The Shanghai 13 (1984)

A 1984 Hong Kong-Taiwanese martial arts film written and directed by prolific Shaw Brothers filmmaker Chang Cheh of "Five Deadly Venoms" and "One ...

The Silent Flute (1978)

Also known as Circle of Iron, this is the second posthumous Bruce Lee project (the first being “Game of Death”) that never came to fruition. ...

Shanghai Noon (2000)

In the late 90’s, Jackie Chan finally managed to break out in Hollywood with the successes of “Rumble in the Bronx”, “First Strike”, and especially ...

Interview with David Yeung

David Yeung: “I strove to continually improve on all fronts and sending the message to people that you can transform your body if you’re really ...

The Transporter (2002)

Eight years before knife wielding Lee Christmas (Expendables), there was driver extraordinaire, Frank Martin. Jason Statham makes his debut as a ...

The Glimmer Man (1996)

Steven Seagal’s ninth feature film marked something of a departure from his previous work, cast as one half of a detective partnership in a buddy-cop ...

Rush Hour 2 (2001)

Jackie Chan finally hit it big in Hollywood with 1998's "Rush Hour". The chemistry between Jackie and comedian Chris Tucker made the film an instant ...

Episode One of Clandestine debuts

It used to be that episodic storytelling was strictly the domain of television shows. Not anymore with the arrival of YouTube and the internet ...

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