It seems like just yesterday — 1989, actually — that an unknown kickboxing champ doled out a new brand of justice in Bloodfist. Five sequels later, the Dragon’s still the only standout in this direct-to-video saga, Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero. As Sgt. Nick Corrigan, he’s America’s last hope to thwart Islamic terrorists who’ve taken over a nuclear missile base. In addition to Wilson’s usual arsenal of neck-snappin’ and head-buttin’ moves, Zero marks the film debut of former L.A. Dodger Garvey, who chews scenery like it’s Red Man tobacco. C-
Bloodfist VI: Ground Zero It seems like just yesterday — 1989, actually — that an unknown kickboxing champ doled out a new brand of justice in Bloodfist....Bloodfist VI: Ground ZeroAction/AdventureR It seems like just yesterday — 1989, actually — that an unknown kickboxing champ doled out a new brand of justice in Bloodfist....1995-01-27
Genre: Action/Adventure; Starring: Steve Garvey; MPAA Rating: R
Posted January 27 1995 — 12:00 AM EST
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