The story of a young man with the strength of 50 men who finds himself inside a harsh prison run by an evil assistant warden and the head boss who secretly has the ability to transform ... See full summary »
Riki must enter into a figthing tournament to save his brother, Nachi from a madman general called Washizaki who has the magical sword power. The two fighters are reunited after many years. The story starts soon after the original movie.
The story is set in the year of 2001 in a prison owned by a major company. A new prisoner sees his friends being harassed and killed by the guards and seeks his revenge. Written by
Martin Blom <Martin.Blom@hks.se>
Riki Oh is very similar to Ken from "Fist of the North Star". They both are super human beings with the ability to dismember body parts with one punch. See more »
In a close up of Oscar grabbing his own intestines, the blood soaking onto his chest is clearly water-like and not thick. See more »
I'll finish both of you bastards today!
[punches half an inmate's head off]
[to the Assistant Warden]
Now it's your turn!
[punches him so hard, the AW's remaining eye comes out]
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this movie ranks up there with Dead Alive a.k.a. Braindead in terms of the audacity of the images being served up. granted the gore effects are cheesy, but the sheer magnitude and energy (not to mention fantastically bad dubbing) make this one of the best b-movies i've ever seen in the martial arts genre, and that's saying a lot. i loved how Ricky got his butt kicked in every scene and then would proceed to win the match with just one punch. the results of this one punch are shown in super-gory detail as it usually involves people being disembowled or graphically disfigured.
anybody who loves the so-bad-they're-great genre of films and has a tolerance for extreme violence and gore should check this movie immediately.
(incidently, the head crushing scene is the same scene that they used to show on the 5-questions segment of the craig kilborn era The Daily Show.)
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