Black Mask 2: City Of MasksFeb 23, 2015
‘Black Mask 2’ could be seen as Hark’s interpretation of what appeals to a global audience or maybe he just watched one too many episodes of ‘Power Rangers’ before production began.
Blood Of Warriors: Sacred GroundFeb 24, 2015
‘Blood of Warriors’ certainly tries its best but is far too hampered by the excessive melodramatics and the general feeling of historical action epic fatigue.
BloodfightJan 1, 2018
Although I like a lot of the people involved, there’s no escaping that ‘Bloodfight’ simply isn’t a very good martial arts movie.
BloodfistSep 16, 2016
There’s plenty of silly villains, hammy dialogue and unnecessary boob shots to keep you entertained.
Bloodfist 2050Apr 26, 2018
‘Bloodfist 2050’ certainly recaptures the feeling of 90s American martial arts B-movies, so much so that it actually winds up feeling a little late to the party.
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 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’.
Blue RemainsFeb 25, 2015
It’s commendable that the team behind ‘Blue Remains’ opted to try something different but unfortunately the technology at the time just wasn’t up to the task.
Book Of SwordsFeb 25, 2015
‘Book Of Swords’ offers very little of substance and is really only suited to hardcore Mortal Kombat fanboys.
BraveFeb 26, 2015
The very limited and poorly shot action sequences are a huge letdown and the rest of the film is just one bad plot twist on top of another.
Bug Me Not!Feb 27, 2015
‘Bug Me Not!’ is an extremely lightweight production that is often so cringeworthy that you’ll have to resist the urge to hurl your remote at the screen.
Burn Hollywood BurnFeb 27, 2015
There is very little of the Chan we know and love on display and if anything, it feels like nothing more than another example of the typical stereotypical Hollywood image of an Asian actor as the new Bruce Lee.