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Kill And Kill Again (Widescreen Remastered Edition)

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James Ryan is back! In this follow up to the box office hit KILL OR BE KILLED, James Ryan plays Steve Chase, four-time World Martial Arts Champion. Chase is hired to save Nobel Prize winning chemist, Dr. Horatio Kane, from the hands of a demented billionaire named Marduk and his martial arts army. Steve enlists the aid of four martial arts experts, and is accompanied by Dr. Kane's daughter, Kandy (Anneline Kriel). En route to Marduk's stronghold, they are ambushed, but finally make it to the fortress, only to be put in an arena to fight for their lives. Now see this martial art classic in a brand new 16x9 widescreen from a HD master, first time anywhere in the world.

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  • Actors: James Ryan, Anneline Kriel, Michael Mayer, Marloe Scott Wilson, Bill Flynn
  • Directors: Ivan Hall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Scorpion Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: August 21, 2012
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0080GT9ZI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #72,490 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By The Poe Toaster on June 9, 2003
Format: DVD
When I was ten years old, I had no idea what martial arts were. All I knew was about something called "karate" where people wore funny suits and tried to chop boards in half with their hands. Then one day I stayed home sick from school (5th grade) and saw this film on Showtime. That was 21 years ago and I've been an avid martial artist ever since. If you're a grown-up film snob, then yeah, avoid this film. But it's perfect for kids. It's true that the acting is ultra-cheese and the plot is a formulaic ripoff of "Enter the Dragon," but kids don't care about that kind of stuff. This movie makes an effort to educate the young viewer as to what the martial arts are all about (despite the title, which is NOT what the martial arts are all about), taking time to specifically narrate about different martial arts styles and even the meditative/spiritual side of the martial arts. The fight scenes are totally unrealistic (if memory serves me, some dude jumps over a helicopter at one point) but SO WHAT!! ...This is a kids' movie!! Don't expect it to be Cannes Film Festival material!! You rent a martial arts film from 1981 with actors you've never heard of--what did you expect!!?? This movie is good old 80's cheeseball martial arts flick fun! It really is a classic in that regard.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy Strickland on May 28, 2000
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A scientist has discovered how to convert potatoes into fuel, however an unfortunate by-product is a mind control drug. Marduk, an evil madman kidnaps the scientist, and plots to take control of the world by tainting the water supply with this drug. Leaders of the free world approach Steve Chase and his band of elite mercenaries and hire them to free the kidnapped scientist, destroy the mind control drug, and rid the world of the evil Marduk. This martial arts adventure stars James Ryan as Steve Chase, martial arts champion and leader of the elite mercenary group. The mercenaries consist of "The Fly" (Stan Schmidt), a martial artist who has reached the esoteric heights of martial learning; Gypsy Billy (Norman Robinson), "ex-champion of the world" and reluctant derelict; Gorilla (Ken Gampu) former pro wrestler banded for biting the ear off defeated opponents; and Hot Dog (Bill Flynn) con artist and comic relief. Joining this group is Kandy Kane (Anneline Kriel, former Miss World), the supposed daughter of the kidnapped scientist Dr. Kane, later exposed as an agent working for the government. Chase and his team infiltrate Marduk's compound, known as the "New Babylonia", but before they can liberate Dr. Kane and destroy the drug, they are discovered and taken captive. Each member of the team must face one of Marduk's karate trained soldiers, with Chase facing Marduk's "champion of champions", the "Optimist" in a battle to the death. "Kill and Kill Again" is a feel good action/adventure that the whole family can enjoy. This movie is a tongue-in-cheek swashbuckler that sometimes pokes fun at itself. There is no graphic violence or offensive language, just good clean escapism.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 28, 2003
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This movie is so awesome,it makes me foget about the cheesey acting.I tried everywhere to find this,and I'm now in the process of getting my hands on a dvd of it from amazon.The fight scenes look top notch and these guys are tough.The story is the usual man tries to take over the world formula,but it's the characters that are cool-Fly,Gorrilla,Gypsy and Hotdog.Cool martial arts champion James Ryan plays the leader of the group.Watching these guys infiltrate the evil dictator's compound is hysterical as they're not the best at this.There are several well choregraphed fights leading to the great ending.Each member of the group has to fight in a tournament against the dictator's fighters.It's one of those few stand out classic martial arts movies.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David M. Goode on March 1, 2010
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I remember seeing this film as the kids today say "back in the day",when 42nd Street was still the deuce.When you could put down a fiver and see 3 features for your money.Usually two martial arts movies and a women in prison flick.For those of you who weren't around to live through the experiance,buy a copy of the Last Dragon and watch the scene when Sho'Nuff makes his entrance.That's truly how movie theatres on the deuce were back then.But I digress.Kill and Kill Again has been one of my favorite western martial arts films since forever.Unlike Enter The Dragon this is a true team-up adventure.Sort of like the western film,The Professionals,but without the guns.James Ryan stars as martial arts champion Steve Chase who is recruited to rescue a scientist who has been kidnapped by a billionaire who has dreams of taking over the world.The scientist has developed a formula made from potatoes that can sap a persons will.The villian also has at his disposal a small army of martial artists led by a Ben Davidson look-alike known as the Optimist.Chase puts together his own team to save the scientist and thwart the villian.This film is great cheesy fun with a plot as Jim Kelly would say "comes right out of a comic book".The fight scenes are effective,and lets face facts that's why anyone goes to a martial arts movie.The one negative is the lead character isn't a real martial artist himself.He's a good athlete with a good physique and good screen presence,but you get the impression that just about anyone on his team(especially the characters called the Fly and Gypsy Billy)could take him apart.Still I recommend this film to anyone who likes martial arts movies.It's a lot of fun.
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