|Blackbelt 1992 R, 80 min.|
Director: Charles Philip Moore
Cast: Don "The Dragon" Wilson, Richard Beymer, Deirdre Imershein, Alan Blumenfeld, Brad Hefton, Ernest Simmons, Mitchell Bobrow, Matthias Hues, Jack Forcinito, Ian Jacklin, Richard Beymer, Bob McFarland, Jose Garcia, Victor Mohica, Mia M. Ruiz
Jack Dillon (Don "The Dragon" Wilson) is hired to be a bodyguard to a rising rock superstar, Shanna (Deirdre Imershein). When Shanna decides to rid herself of her manager, the mean manager decides to have her killed. Will Jack come through? Even if he must fight a world champion kickboxer? Wilson is a great kickboxer but not much of an actor.
|Executive Target 1997 R, 100 min.|
Director: Joseph Merhi
Cast: Michael Madsen, Roy Scheider, Keith David, Angie Everhart, Dayton Callie, Kathy Christopherson, Gareth Williams, Robert Miano, Matthias Hues, Mike Genovese, Jana Robbins, Sal Landi
Stunt driver Nick (Michael Madsen) is on his way to prison when he is "rescued" by gunmen. The reason for the rescue soon becomes apparent to him: he is to drive the getaway car in a plot to capture the U.S. President (Roy Scheider). Lots of action–especially in the early part of the film that features crashes and car chases. Another film where ex-military men decide to take over when they're not happy with current policies–in this case, the cancellation of the "Star Wars" program.
|Kickboxer 2: The Road Back 1991 R, 89 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Albert Pyun
Cast: Sasha Mitchell, Peter Boyle, Dennis Chan, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Michel Qissi, John Diehl, Heather McComb, Matthias Hues, Emmanuel Kervyn, Vince Murdocco, Humberto Ortiz, Vincent Klyn, Brent Kelly, Brian Austin Green, Joe Restivo
This sequel to Jean-Claude Van Damme's film involves David Sloan (Sasha Mitchell), the brother of Van Damme's character, as he retires from professional kickboxing after the death of his two brothers. He now runs a martial arts school for underprivileged youths, but the bad guys who caused his brothers' deaths want him back in the ring.
|The King's Guard 2000 PG-13, 93 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Jonathan Tydor
Cast: Eric Roberts, Ron Perlman, Lesley-Anne Down, Ashley Jones, Trevor St. John, David Beecroft, Brian Cousins, Gerald Patrick Cox, Khrystyne Haje, Matthias Hues, Casie Fox, Abba Elfman, Kit Davlin, Skip Wilder, Jon Napier
Princess Gwendolyn (Ashley Jones) is protected by the King's Guard as she travels through territory inhabited by an outlaw band intent on overthrowing the king. Wouldn't you know it, the princess and the guards are chased, take shelter in some ruins, and try to figure out how to get out of trouble. But Augustus Talbert (Eric Roberts), the outcast nobleman and the leader of the outlaws, has his own plans.
|No Retreat, No Surrender 2: Raging Thunder 1989 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure
Director: Corey Yuen
Cast: Loren Avedon, Max Thayer, Matthias Hues, Cynthia Rothrock, Patra Wanthivanond, Roy Horan, Nirut Sirichanya, Jang Lee Hwang, Perm Hongsakul, Chesda Smithuth, Grisapong Hanviriyakitichai, Bunchai Im-arunrak, Opisok Praechaya, Sanchai Martves, Suang Sosretananant
In this sequel to "No Retreat, No Surrender," an American, Scott Wylde (Loren Avedon), is a karate student living in Thailand when his fiancee Sulin Nguyen (Patra Wanthivanon) is kidnapped. His friends Mac (Max Thayer) and Terri (Cynthia Rothrock) join Scott on a trek through the jungle where martial arts combine with machine gun fire in their rescue attempt.
|1. Blackbelt (1992)|
2. Executive Target (1997)
3. Kickboxer 2: The Road Back (1991)
4. The King's Guard (2000)
5. No Retreat, No Surrender 2: Raging Thunder (1989)
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