Road Rash Reviews

Once Upon A Time In China Trilogy Review *****

Cert 15 | 351 mins | 1991-1992-1997

5 Star
A Hero of China and Martial Arts.
Eureka Classics brings us the martial arts extravaganza that is the Once Upon a Time in China trilogy, plus the 1997 Once Upon a Time in China and America, for the first time on a limited edition (4000) Blu-ray. Tracking events of Chinese hero Wong Fei-hung (Jet Li, The One, The Expendables, The…more

Beau Fowler Express Delivery Six Shooter Interview

Road Rash 6 Shooter Interview.
‘Express Delivery’
Today Road Rash Reviews talks to Independent writer, director, fight choreographer and all-round good guy Beau Fowler (Bodyguard: A New Beginning, Vengeance, Urban Rhythm) about his 2017 short film ‘Express Delivery’ that shows off his writing/acting and martial art skills.
1: Where did the idea for Express Delivery come from and how long has it taken…more

City Hunter Review ****-

Cert 12 | 105 mins | 1993

4 Star
Bullets, Babes, Boats and Jackie Chan.
From the crazy pages of Tsukasa Hôjô‘s (Angel Heart) manga comes Jing Wong‘s (Boys Are Easy, A True Mob Story) and Tsukasa Hôjô‘s live action version, with the stunning visuals that can Only come from the main star Jackie Chan (Jackie Chan’s Police Story & Police Story 2, The Lego Ninjago Movie 3D, Kung Fu…more

Jackie Chan’s Police Story & Police Story 2 Review *****

Cert 15 | 100, 121 mins | 1985, 1988

5 Star
Classic Jackie Chan, Just Made Better.
Eureka brings us two of Jackie Chan‘s (Drunken Master, City Hunter, Jackie Chan’s Who Am I?, Rush Hour, Shanghai Knights, Police Story: Lockdown) most iconic films, that show off his unique style of action, comedy and martial arts. After spending years as an uncredited extra, he suddenly became an overnight success in the late…more

Iron Monkey [Eureka Classics] Blu Ray Review ****-

Cert 12 | 90 mins | 1993

4 Star
Masked Martial Arts Avenger.
Eureka Classics bring us a martial arts extravaganza as Donnie Yen (Chasing the Dragon, Rogue One, Ip Man 1-3) relives the tale of Wong Kei-ying and his son Wong Fei-hung who became martial arts legends in the late 19th Century.
A small town in China is run by Governor Cheng Pak-Fong (James Wong, Twin Dragons) who has…more

Re:Born (Dual Format) Review ****-

Cert 15 | 100 mins | 2016

4 Star
A Ghost, a Little Girl and Death.
Yûji Shimomura (Death Trance) goes from being a stuntman to the director of this close quarters Japanese Martial Arts bloodfest. A simple tale of vengeance and revenge with brainwashed children thrown in for good measure. But boy this Ghost has some considerable material skills, amazing.
In the intro we see special forces on…more

Kickboxer: Retaliation Review ****-

Cert 15 | 110 mins | 2018

4 Star
Higher, Faster, Harder.

From the writer/producer of Kickboxer: Vengeance Dimitri Logothetis now directs the latest instalment of this martial arts saga. It is set just over one year after the experiences of Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) in Thailand against Tong Po.
After avenging his brothers death, Kurt Sloan (Alain Moussi, Kickboxer: Vengeance, Wings of the Dragon) is living the dream life…more

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