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Interview with Frank Soto

We've got a real gem to share with you today!  This is an interview we originally conducted with Master Frank Soto back in 2012, but since having to ...

Eastern Condors (1987)

A rare foray into the war film genre and a fan favourite, Sammo Hung’s “Eastern Condors” has stood the test of time as one of the best action films ...

Street Fighter IV showdown and much more!

As the release of the long-awaited web-series "Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist" approaches, fans have been given something to sink their teeth into ...

Martial Arts Movie Roundup

There’s certainly no denying that the hype surrounding “The Raid 2: Berandal” couldn’t be bigger! Following their initial collaboration with ...

Jackie Chan’s Birthday Party!

Kung-Fu Kingdom Exclusive! Regular Kung-Fu Kingdom contributor Glen Stanway was lucky enough to join Asian action superstar Jackie Chan for his 60th ...

The Raid 2 (2014)

"Mind-blowing". "Breath-taking". "Jaw-dropping". Pick one or use all three, it makes no difference. One way or another, at least one of those phrases ...

New Street Fighter: Assassin’s Fist teaser arrives!

Yesterday, April 11th arrived at last, and with it, the wide release of "The Raid 2" in the U.S. and U.K. However, as tempting as it may be to bolt ...

Profile of Gina Carano

Profile of action star and martial artist Gina Carano. With an NFL quarterback for a father there was little doubt that Gina was not going to be ...

Interview with Silvio Simac, Part 2

In part two of our extensive interview with Silvio Simac, he goes into a lot more depth and detail, candidly talking about training, nutrition and ...

Interview with Silvio Simac, Part 1

Silvio Simac is a Croatian-born British martial artist and actor who has enjoyed a long and varied three decade career with some outstanding ...

Interview with Gareth Evans

Welsh director, Gareth Evans, 33, is becoming world renowned for bringing the Indonesian martial art style of silat to the big screen. His first ...

Profile of Ray Park

Profile of Ray Park. Influenced by Bruce Lee, Ray initially trained in hapkido before training in the Shaolin-based art of Nam Pai Chuan kung fu.

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