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Enter the Dragon (1973)

Enter the Dragon (1973)

In 1973, "Enter the Dragon" debuted in movie theaters across the planet and its status as one of the definitive martial arts movies of all time had already been cemented by the legacy of the man whose name would forever change the destiny of the martial arts for all posterity -Bruce Lee. His legendary status ...

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Interview with Scott Adkins, Part 1

Interview with Scott Adkins, Part 1

Happy New Year 2014! With Ninja II: Shadow of a Tear just having been released yesterday we realised our Ninja-searching efforts were coming to a close, and our covert task in the jungle dojo complete, well…almost! We felt there was something missing, so mustering all our Ninja-fu we continued to explore going out on ...

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Interview with Isaac Florentine

Interview with Isaac Florentine

Continuing with our Ninja 2uesday look behind the scenes with the cast and crew of Ninja II, we were still scoping the jungle depths of stealth when we heard a commanding voice, someone responsible for the actions of all these Ninjas, director Isaac Florentine! He’s the visionary behind putting some of the best ...

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Interview with Kane Kosugi

Interview with Kane Kosugi

With the release of Ninja II: Shadow of a Tear getting closer, we crept on through the night (while everyone else was sleeping) into the undergrowth continuing on our quest of the Ninja. Our earnest wanderings paid off when we were pleasantly surprised to discover another hidden member of the cast!  We managed to ...

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Project A (1983)

Project A (1983)

by guest contributor Simon Rogg “Project A” is an action-comedy masterpiece stuffed to the gills with stunts and set-pieces galore! Directed by and starring Jackie Chan alongside his childhood, Peking Opera ‘brothers’, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao, it’s a period adventure set in early twentieth century Hong Kong and ...

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Merry Christmas from Chuck Norris!

Merry Christmas from Chuck Norris!

Jean-Claude did it, Channing Tatum did it, and now it's time for the legendary Chuck Norris to do it too, to spoof Jean-Claude's splits ad for Volvo Trucks, except Chuck outdoes everyone  by reciting from Shakespeare's Hamlet, and all thanks to some clever CGI from the guys at Delov Digital. Warm wishes from all of ...

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Training/Instructional DVD, created by Ron Smoorenburg

Training/Instructional DVD, created by Ron Smoorenburg

"Take it easy. We've got plenty of time!" taunts the limber and agile henchman whilst taking a quick breather from his duel with Jackie Chan, the bottom of his right foot facing directly towards the sky as he casually stands with his legs in a perfect split. For millions of people around the world, this was their ...

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Interview with Lauren Okadigbo

Interview with Lauren Okadigbo

Lauren in cool repose... (Copyright Fearful Symmetry Productions 2013) Recently, at KFK we've witnessed a flurry of rather talented, charismatic and seriously dedicated martial arts femmes beginning to emerge and spring into the light of the silver-screen. They're in growing demand for opportunities encompassing all ...

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Kickboxer (1989)

Kickboxer (1989)

Kickboxer DVD cover Beware! This review contains spoilers! Hang on to your seats folks, because The Muscles From Brussels goes full-on Thai in this 1989 martial arts adventure, with the Belgian actor studying the fundamentals of Muay Thai, the national sport of Thailand. In its time, Kickboxer surveyed unchartered ...

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King Of The Kickboxers (1990)

King Of The Kickboxers (1990)

by guest contributor Saj Meister John King of the Kickboxers Beware, this review contains spoilers! King Of The Kickboxers is a 1990’s martial arts cult classic! Many fans of the genre will know it –that it was released only a year after the more popular Van Damme starred, Kickboxer (1989). Fans of Van Damme ...

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