• Blood: The Last Vampire

    Feb 24, 2015

    Much of the story could have been padded better, with the format really revolving around getting to the next action sequence when more depth to the characters would have been far more beneficial.

  • Bloodfist II

    Sep 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 IV: Die Trying

    Feb 7, 2017

    If you’re just looking for a quick burst of schlocky, action-packed fun then this will certainly make the grade.

  • Bloodfist VII: Manhunt

    Aug 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.

  • Bloodsport

    Feb 24, 2015

    What puts it slightly above most is the charisma of a youthful Van Damme coupled with some decent action.

  • Bloodsport II: The Next Kumite

    Feb 24, 2015

    ‘Bloodsport II’ is an improvement over its predecessor due to the greater quantity (and quality) of the action.

  • Chanbara Beauty

    Feb 28, 2015

    ‘Chanbara Beauty’ is an uncomplicated, intermittently fun, undead actioner that will please fans of the genre and the videogames.

  • Cherie

    Nov 2, 2017

    Patrick Tam’s ‘Cherie’ is, simply put, little more than a moderately average eighties romantic comedy and decidedly underwhelming when compared against any of the true “greats” of the era.

  • City Under Siege

    Mar 1, 2015

    ‘City Under Siege’ plods along to something of an anti-climax after nearly two hours, never achieving logical pacing or suspense.

  • Clash

    Mar 1, 2015

    ‘Clash’, while not the full on action film it could have been, still provides enough low-rent thrills for the less judgemental fight fan.

  • Confucius

    Mar 1, 2015

    What starts off as quite interesting and engaging becomes progressively more disjointed meaning drama and characters suffer.

  • Coweb

    Mar 3, 2015

    While Jiang Lu-Xia is definitely a talent for the future the film itself barely seems to register on the excitement scale.