2 items from 2011
Fists of Rage a.k.a. Honor, 2006.
Directed by David Worth.
Two street warriors come to understand that not every battle is fought for money or power.
Familiarity can be a good thing. An old pair of trainers that fit smoothly and snugly to your cheese hooves, and feel as if at one with your flesh. It’s comfortable, it’s nice, and it’s safe. Trouble is, familiarity also breeds boredom. Those trainers now look dull, lifeless, and ready for the dustbin. They smell a bit too much. Fists of Rage isn’t the safe old pair of trainers you still love, and want to wear again and again. Fists of Rage is the whiffy pair, with holes in the lining, worn laces and a colour that’s turned from fresh white, to baby sick over the course »
Fists Of Rage
Former childhood friends Ray (Wong) and Gabriel (Barry) return to their old neighbourhood after spending time in prison and Iraq respectively. When Gabriel refuses to participate in Ray’s illegal fights, Ray retaliates by taking out his anger of Gabriel’s friends and family. Realising it’s either fight or die Gabriel must put the pairs old friendship aside in a bloody war to take back the streets and the neighbourhood.
Also known as Honor, Fists of Rage has taken a whopping 5 years to reach these shores! Was it worth the wait? In a word, yes! Directed by David Worth, whose name you may recognise from films such classic action movies as Kickboxer, Lady Dragon and American Tigers, the film is an old-school martial »
2 items from 2011
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