Producer: Prachya Pinkaew
13: Game Of DeathJul 2, 2015
Starting off as a black comedy, things soon turn more sinister, and gory, in this inventive and must see slice of Thai cinema.
BKO: Bangkok KnockoutFeb 23, 2015
‘BKO: Bangkok Knockout’ delivers pretty much exactly what you would expect; a non-stop rollercoaster ride of brutally brilliant fight scenes housed in a sorry excuse for a movie.
Born To FightFeb 25, 2015
It’s basically just ninety minutes of acrobatic fight sequences, nail biting stuntwork and laughable plot devices, so enjoy!
ChocolateFeb 28, 2015
‘Chocolate’ is excellent action entertainment from start to finish, and fight fans will be delighted to see that Pinkaew and Rittikrai haven’t lost their touch.
Force Of FiveMar 14, 2015
Winds up being a complete mess of a movie that is neither suitable for kids nor action-packed enough for fight fans.
Ong BakMay 9, 2015
Eye-popping displays of martial arts mixed with WWE style chair and table smashing exhilarate the senses.
Raging PhoenixMay 16, 2015
Despite the slick visual look, kooky set up and a little too much reliance on wirework and CGI enhancement come the last third, ‘Raging Phoenix’ is really what we loved about the fight flicks from Hong Kong’s golden age.
Shadow MasterMay 24, 2023
‘Shadow Master’ is some fight packed fright fun for the most part that sticks to its own path and certainly delivers some superb fight sequences for the fight film fans out there.
The BodyguardFeb 25, 2015
While not matching the ambitions of ‘Ong Bak’ or ‘Born to Fight’ in no strings attached mayhem, ‘The Bodyguard’ is continued proof that Thailand’s popular cinema has a secure future.
Tom Yum GoongJun 22, 2015
Some of the fight scenes are truly out of this world and I’m sure that fans of ‘Ong Bak’ will find plenty to appreciate here.