- Actors: Don Wilson, Rina Reyes, Joe Mari Avellana, Robert Marius, Maurice Smith
- Directors: Andy Blumenthal
- Writers: Catherine Cyran, Michael Ferris
- Producers: Catherine Cyran, Christopher R. Santiago, Cirio H. Santiago, Roger Corman
- Format: Color, NTSC
- Rated: RestrictedR
- Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
- VHS Release Date: July 8, 1994
- Run Time: 85 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- ASIN: 6302041139
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #435,968 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Bloodfist 2 [VHS]
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The story: kickboxer Jake Raye (Wilson) calls it quits when he inadvertently kills an opponent. Years later, he receives a call from fellow boxer Vinny (Maurice Smith, Xtreme Fighter), who implores him to return to the Philippines to help him escape from a sadistic promoter establishing an illegal underground tournament (Joe Marie Avellana). Upon arriving, Jake is quick to realize that he, along with an entire stable of champion fighters, have been duped into competing in the same unbarred fight to the death.
While most of Don Wilson's films have adamantly supplied legitimate martial arts talent, few of these collections are as abundant and feature results as positive as those of this movie. Rick Hill, James Warring (The Opponent), Steve Rogers (...Read more ›
Jake Ray, now retired from fighting, goes to the Philippines to help his friend Vinny who has been captured by a man named Su. It becomes nothing more than a trap for Jake and a group of world class fighters, brought to fight in Su's own private tournament for his audience of guests. Su owns a group of his own fighters, including Vinny, who are on a special steroid and can't feel any pain when fighting.
Bloodifst 2 is packed with action (mostly fight scenes) from beginning to end. Unlike the 1st Bloodfist, the scenes are much better choregraphed and more realistic. The tournament is a lot better in this film too, lasting a good 20 minutes straight with fighters of a variety of styles and abilities. Some of the fights even get a little dirty - smashing heads into walls, using pipes, and a few bone-breakers.
Again, don't expect a story with this one and there is no suprise ending or any kind of twist of fate. Fortunately, it ends well on the action note. If you want an easy going movie with lots of well-choreographed fights, Bloodfist 2 is right up there.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
His movies may only be upper level B movies, but they don't claim to be anything else and they are fun to watch.Published 21 months ago by jadesun33
this has some of the same actors as bloodfist 1 but not playing the same characters. this is no bad thing as one thing bloodfist is not about is character development. Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by potrack
Bloodfist 2 was a pretty good low budget sequel. The plot was a little shaky but the martial arts was pretty good. Read morePublished on July 8, 2003 by tarek s. hussein
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