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Director:
Writers (WGA):
Albert Pyun (story)
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Release Date:
14 May 1994 (South Korea) See more »
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Tagline:
[Australia] The Explosive Kickboxer Legacy Continues!
Plot:
David Sloan must travel to Mexico to save his wife from a savage drug lord who's also an old nemesis. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

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Sasha Mitchell ... David Sloan
Kamel Krifa ... Tong Po (as Kamel Krifia)

Brad Thornton ... Lando Smith
Jill Pierce ... Darcy Cove
Michele Krasnoo ... Megan Laurence (as Michele 'Mouse' Krasnoo)

Nicholas Guest ... Casey Ford

Thom Mathews ... Bill
Burton Richardson ... Thomas
Deborah Mansy ... Vicky
Nicholas Anthony ... Brubaker

Derek Partridge ... Mexican Bob (as Derek Cravin)
Jackson D. Kane ... Warden (as Jackson Kane)
Kevin Wooten ... Guard #2

Terri Conn ... Eliza
Terence Porter ... Guard #1 (as Terrance F. Porter)

David Manzanares ... Guard At Gate
David Efron ... Fighter #1 & #2
Rigan Machado ... Fighter

John Machado ... Fighter
Earl White ... Fighter
Scott Cohen ... Fighter
Peter Poching ... Fighter
Joselito 'Amen' Santo ... Specialty Fighter (as Joselito E. Santo)
Vernon Rieta ... Specialty Fighter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dennis Alexio ... Eric Sloane (archive footage) (uncredited)

Dennis Chan ... Xian Chow (archive footage) (uncredited)
Michel Qissi ... Tong Po (archive footage) (uncredited)

Jean-Claude Van Damme ... Kurt Sloane (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Directed by
Albert Pyun 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Albert Pyun (story)

Albert Pyun (screenplay) and
David Yorkin (screenplay)

Produced by
Jessica G. Budin .... producer
 
Original Music by
Anthony Riparetti 
 
Cinematography by
George Mooradian 
 
Film Editing by
Ken Morrisey 
 
Casting by
James F. Tarzia 
 
Production Design by
Timothy Gordon 
 
Set Decoration by
William F. Reinert 
 
Costume Design by
Shelly Buscalacchi  (as Shelly Busalacchi)
 
Makeup Department
David P. Barton .... key prostethics makeup artist (as David Barton)
Bernhard Eichholz .... prostethics makeup artist (as Bernard Eicholtz)
David Greathouse .... prostethics makeup artist
Karin Hanson .... prostethics makeup artist
Mark Maitre .... prostethics makeup artist
Cristina Patterson .... assistant makeup artist (as Christina Patterson)
Dan Rebert .... prostethics makeup artist
Brian Sipe .... prostethics makeup artist
Yolanda Squatpump .... prostethics makeup artist
Scott Wheeler .... special makeup effects artist
Maurine Wirgler .... key makeup artist
 
Production Management
Allen Alsobrook .... unit production manager
Peter H. Verity .... post-production supervisor (as Peter Verity)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Sazzy Lee Calhoun .... second second assistant director
Jay Smith .... first assistant director
Cyndie Williams-Young .... second assistant director (as Cyndie Williams)
 
Art Department
Susana Acosta-Mondragon .... art department intern
David Baca .... lead man
Alexis Bove .... assistant props
Billy W. Ray .... property master (as Billy Ray)
 
Sound Department
Dwayne Avery .... supervising sound editor
Bruce Bell .... foley mixer
Lee Burch .... adr recordist (as Lee Birch)
Thomas Burke .... sound editor
Liza Cornwall .... sound assistant
Warren Croyle .... boom operator
Leigh French .... adr group coordinator
Paul Holzborn .... foley artist
Lee Howell .... sound mixer
Tom Lalley .... sound recordist
Diane Linn .... sound recordist
Brian D. Lucas .... adr recordist (as Brian Lucas)
Dave Maiden .... adr mixer
John Post .... foley artist
Tom Ruff .... sound re-recording mixer
James Seltenreich .... sound editor
Warren Smith .... sound editor
Ann L. Thornberg .... sound assistant
David Lewis Yewdall .... supervising sound editor
Lisa Howes Yewdall .... post-production sound coordinator
 
Stunts
Bob Brown .... stunt coordinator (as Bobby Brown)
Mike De Luna .... stunt coordinator (as Mike Deluna)
Jon H. Epstein .... stunt coordinator (as Jon Epstein)
Dana Dru Evenson .... stunts
Dane Farwell .... stunts
Denney Pierce .... stunts
Burton Richardson .... fight choreographer
Shuki Ron .... fight choreographer
Craig Shugart .... stunts
Garrett Warren .... stunts
Webster Whinery .... fight choreographer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Brian Bernstein .... first assistant camera
Ulli Bonnekamp .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Robert D. Bowers .... best boy electric
Shaw Hawkins Burrows .... electrician
Shaw Hawkins Burrows .... grip
Jonathan Edelman .... gaffer
Chris Espeset .... key grip
Eric Espeset .... company grip
Harland Espeset .... best boy grip
Tim Forrest .... electrician
Leslie Kurtz .... camera intern
Jeff Mart .... Steadicam operator
Katie Santore .... third electrician (as D. Kate Santore)
Andy Sydney .... first assistant camera
Rick Tiedeman .... Steadicam operator (as Rick Tiedemann)
Konstantin von Krusenstiern .... second assistant camera
Michael Warren .... company grip
James Zucal .... camera loader
 
Casting Department
Teresa Neptune .... casting: New Mexico
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Maribel Amador .... wardrobe intern
Fara Beadle .... wardrobe intern
Laurie Hudson .... wardrobe assistant
 
Editorial Department
Kirsten Chalker .... assistant editor
Jeff Gottlieb .... assistant editor
Jim Williams .... color timer
 
Transportation Department
Ron 'Rooster' Venegas .... transportation
 
Other crew
Joseph Bugliarelli .... production assistant
Suzanne Bussard .... location office coordinator
Morgan Cowles .... production assistant
Jason Andrew Davis .... production assistant
Suzanne Jealous .... production controller
Joanna Kennedy .... script supervisor
Sazzy Lee Calhoun .... key set production assistant (as Sazzy Calhoun)
David Manzanares .... location manager
David Manzanares .... location scout
Marc Maxie .... key set production assistant
Billy W. Ray .... master armorer (as Billy Ray)
Gretchen Ann Ritter .... production coordinator
Caren Rose-Mellman .... key production accountant (as Caren Mellman)
Darren B. Turbow .... production assistant
 

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Runtime:
90 min | UK:86 min
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Certification:
Australia:MA | Germany:18 (heavily cut) | Iceland:16 | Norway:18 (video premiere) | Philippines:R-18 | South Korea:15 (cut) | Sweden:(Banned) | UK:(Banned) (original rating) | UK:18 (re-rating) (2004) | USA:R

Did You Know?

Trivia:
Tong Po never dies in any of the Kickboxers and is last seen in this movieSee more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: The dead girl in the holding cell can be seen breathing.See more »
Quotes:
David Sloan:I thought you wanted to fight me, defeat me in a match, regain your honor. Killing my wife only shames you forever.
Tong Po:[holding a gun to Vicky's head] Maybe he's right.
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Movie Connections:
Referenced in Spatula Madness (2005)See more »
Soundtrack:
Double Concerto In D Minor BWV 1053See more »

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4 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Mitchell's on the corner..., 24 March 2001
Author: DevastationBob-3 from geosynchronous orbit over Madagascar

In the annals of the truly great thespians there are names that ring eternal, Dudikoff, Fahey,...and Mitchell. Sasha Mitchell strives and works his butt off for what Keanu Reeves makes look easy. Complete and utter lack of talent. Looking to all the world like a muscular, less talented Boner from Growing Pains, (you remember Boner from Growing Pains don't you? Sure, Boner?), Sasha lurches through his scenes with the single minded determination to show nothing that may be confused with actual acting. He reads his lines like it's the first time he's seen them, emotionless, cold...like Mother Russia. Are you sure you don't remember Vinnie Stabone? Anyway.

You may be asking yourself, "Bob, why start with Kickboxer 4? Why not go back to Kickboxer 2, and watch the hero's journey that Sasha takes. Maybe you're being a little hard on him." Well, first, going back would mean I would have to tender some kind of coin to view the earlier Kickboxer movies, and there are other things I could spend my money on...like a singing Billy Bass. Also, KickBoxer 2 and 4 were directed by my personal nemesis. Pyun...director of the worst movie of all, or any time...Radioactive (shudder) Dreams.

Hey, Fun fact, Tong Po is played by different actors. It's one guy in two, and another guy in 4...and neither one of them were Asian. so you've got those ugly ass fake eye makeup...why not get Bolo Leung to play Tong Po? At least he's Asian. You know, Bolo Leung, big muscular Asian actor from Double Impact? Hey, speaking of Double Impact and Van Damme....the fact that Van Damme wasn't in any of the kickboxer sequels should be warning enough for you. If Van Damme looked at the script and said, "Uh...no, Even I won't stoop thees low." well, it can't get any plainer than that friends and neighbors.

If you must make a sequel to Kickboxer, why not explore the character of his (Boner's) trainer, Xian played with subtle mastery by Dennis Chan. Why not a tender portrayal of Chan returning to Thailand to confront his father's alcoholism and troubled childhood and the girl he left behind AND his dreams of being a flutist in the Thai Symphony Orchestra. That would be bitterSWEET. There wouldn't have to be any kicking in it. NONE. I'm tired of the kicking. I want to see Kickboxer 5: Xian's Homecoming. Peace.

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Kickboxer 2 edited into this film. Ajalator
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That's kind of messed up... jcaraxao
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