Cast Member: Don Wilson
BlackbeltAug 26, 2020
Along with all the sweet kickboxing action the flick crams in a fair chunk of graphic gore and a surprising amount of drama for a low budget B-movie.
BloodfistSep 16, 2016
There’s plenty of silly villains, hammy dialogue and unnecessary boob shots to keep you entertained.
Bloodfist IISep 16, 2016
Obviously I still wouldn’t call it good in the traditional sense, but it is a familiar slice of cheese that certainly goes down easily.
Bloodfist III: Forced To FightDec 31, 2016
If you’re okay with a few obvious plot devices and some basic fisticuffs, then this may make for a worthy addition to your collection.
Bloodfist IV: Die TryingFeb 7, 2017
If you’re just looking for a quick burst of schlocky, action-packed fun then this will certainly make the grade.
Bloodfist V: Human TargetApr 14, 2017
It’s possible that fans of Don Wilson or cheap action movies in general may appreciate it more, but to me it’s evident that the series was starting to run out of ideas.
Bloodfist VI: Ground ZeroJun 27, 2017
If the idea of a ‘Die Hard’ clone with sci-fi channel levels of acting and action sounds appealing, then you may get a kick or two out of the low budget cheesiness of ‘Bloodfist VI’.
Bloodfist VII: ManhuntAug 14, 2017
‘Manhunt’ travels the same well-worn path as its predecessors (particularly ‘Bloodfist IV’) with a very predictable plot and some low grade action.
Bloodfist VIII: Hard Way OutOct 25, 2017
‘Hard Way Out’ is a sloppily cobbled together mess that is littered with awful genre cliches and a collection of very bad actors.
Death FighterJan 9, 2020
It’s nice to see Wilson and Rothrock back in action and there are some flashes of talent in amongst the fight scenes, but none of it is ever quite enough to overcome the film’s obvious faults.
Future KickSep 2, 2020
Don Wilson is on good form and gets to strut his stuff in a few crunchy, punchy, round housing fight scenes including a brutal face off with Chris Penn come the finale.
Magic KidApr 19, 2015
The film is really just a blatant rip-off of bigger, better movies and the majority of the martial arts action is simply laughable.