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The Perfect Weapon (1991)

Martial artist Jeff Speakman stars in The Perfect Weapon, a 1991 action flick that features the use of kenpō. Speakman, in that he was being trained by Ed Parker at the time, was likely practicing a more linear form of kenpō in the picture and he shows off his speed and range of motion well. 618 more words



Director of Photography: Jon Kranhouse

Director: Mark DiSalle and David Worth

Perfect Shots

Kickboxer (1989)

Jean-Claude Van Damme fights for his brother’s honour in Kickboxer. This 1989 martial arts flick is directed by Mark DiSalle and David Worth with a screenplay by Glenn A. 599 more words



JCVD is in safe territory in Kickboxer as he plays Kurt, the younger brother of US kickboxing champion Eric (Dennis Alexio). When Eric is challenged to a fight in Thailaid he bites off more than he can chew, and is hammered into paralysis by the Thai champ. 438 more words


It's Gettin', It's Gettin', It's Gettin' Kinda Heavy

Break out the kali sticks, because The Perfect Weapon is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring Daryl Surat, Gerald Rathkolb, and Max Dunn. 76 more words

Greatest Movie EVER