Iko Uwais plays an aspiring chef who learns he’s been chosen to be the latest Wu Assassin, which grants him incredible martial arts powers but also a mission to track down and stop a group of crime bosses trying to use another ancient power to try and take over the world.
Desperate for money to keep his martial arts gym afloat, a former soldier and martial artist French takes a side job working for LA mob boss Tommy, intimidating and beating down people who owe him money.
A must-see event for old school action/martial arts fans, Triple Threat brings together Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen, and Tony Jaa to take on Scott Adkins, Michael Jai White, Michael Bisping, and Jeeja Yanin in the latest from director Jesse V. Johnson.
Trained from childhood to be a Ninja Assassin, Raizo rebels against his clan and teams up with Europol agent Mika Coretti to stop them once and for all.
The unbelievably bad-ass looking Triple Threat is finally arriving in March this year and features Iko Uwais, Tiger Chen and Tony Jaa battling Michael Jai White, Scott Adkins, Michael Bisping, and Jeeja Yanin.
One of her first big singles, “Your Love” from Nicki Minaj arrived in 2010 and the music video for it was inspired by martial arts and Asian culture, with Black Dynamite himself, Michael Jai White, appearing as Nicki’s samurai master.
For the latest Everything Action commentary, Zach and Chris took to YouTube for another random 80s/90s action movie and got 1992’s Final Impact, a kickboxing movie with the Renegade, Lorenzo Lamas.
Danny Rand, the Immortal Iron Fist, Protector of K’un-Lun, Sworn Enemy of the Hand is back this week for season two of Iron Fist on Netflix, battling new and old threats to NYC.
Trained by their grandfather every summer in the art of ninjitsu, Rocky, Colt and Tum Tum use their skills to battle a wide array of criminals, including evil land developers and international arms dealers.
Auto Pilot is back once again for the summer and we’re kicking things off with the wonderfully insane martial arts show from 1995, WMAC Masters, that is like if Mortal Kombat and the WWE had a kid friendly baby as real life martial artists adopt wacky alter egos and compete for a shot to claim the Dragon Star.