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Tai Yim (story)
Steve Harper (screenplay)
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Out of the ring, into the fire... in a fight to the finish See more »
Plot:
Kristi Jones (Cynthia Rothrock) avenges her sister's death at the hands of a crazed martial arts rapist. | Add synopsis »
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Diabolical! Atrocious! But dag-nabbit it's fun!! See more (41 total) »

Cast

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Cynthia Rothrock ... Kristi Jones
Don Niam ... Stingray
John Miller ... Nick DiMarco
Donna Jason ... Jennifer Simmons
Sunny David ... Karen
Emille Davazac ... Anna
Hang Yip Yim ... Hank
Richard Yuen ... Ryko (as Ricky Yuen)
Gerald Klein ... Mike (as Jerald Klein)
William Buckley ... Police Captain
Mike Sutton ... Police Undercover

Michael S. Walter ... Lou (as Michael Walter)
Linn Thai ... Eagle Lee
Shelton Lee ... Diablo
Scott Shelton ... Bear
Franco Bucci ... Rocco
Gery Algie ... Ron Vista
Greg Coale ... Morgue Doctor (as Grey Coale)
Christopher Kan ... Little Boy
Randy Grey ... Cashier
Berry Ben ... Robber #1 with gun
Robert Leach ... Robber #2 with knife
W. Lim Sung ... Male Victim #1 (as Sung W. Lim)
C. Monique Berry ... Female Victim #1
Rosemary Monti ... Myrna
Eden Woodward ... Sexy woman in Mall
Jody Flaherty ... Naked Victim
Chuck Coll ... Hospital Doctor #1
Mike Haberman ... Hospital Doctor #2
Kevin Maselka ... Hospital Police
Lisa Schiller ... Hospital Staff
Jackie Rutley ... Betty (Jennifer's Secretary)
Joan Corcan ... Charlotte (Old Woman)
Elaine Lepella ... Hospital Patient #1
Eric Koger ... Hospital Patient #2
Tim Davis ... Hospital Patient #3
James 'J.C.' Coker ... Hospital Patient #4 (as James Coker)
Aylor Wells ... Hospital Visitor
Kim McMillian ... Hospital Nurse #1
Renee Pigg ... Hospital Nurse #2
Patrick Lulendu ... Hospital Attendant #1
Timothy Ferguson ... Hospital Attendant #2
John R. Ellis ... Man in Wheelchair - Joe Petrone (as John Ellis)
Michelle Butler ... Man's Daughter
Brian ... Boy - Stingray
Penny ... Stingray Mother
Mark Boyland ... Reporter #1
Sonja Boyland ... Reporter #2
Connie Wells ... Reporter #3
Terrance Williams ... Reporter #4
Antoinette Williams ... Reporter #5
Carla A. Betts ... Police Extra #1
Yolonda Green ... Police Extra #2
Spencer Stephens ... Police Extra #3
Harvey Williams ... Police Extra #4
Laura Lederer ... Police Extra #5
Robert Phympton ... Police Extra #6
Nino V. Palermo ... Police Extra #7
James Kinstle ... Maniac Gang Member #1 (as Jimmy Kinstle)
Jason Kozowik ... Maniac Gang Member #2
Tonya Coe ... Maniac Gang Member #3
Todd Weinguard ... Maniac Gang Member #4
Kenny Yao ... Maniac Gang Member #5
Alision Holland ... Eagle Gang Member #1
Kim Holland ... Eagle Gang Member #2
Apollo Landra ... Eagle Gang Member #3
Amanda Hyatt ... Eagle Gang Member #4
Clark ... Eagle Gang Member #5
Rick Nowlin ... Diablo Gang Member #1
Jeff Pitts ... Diablo Gang Member #2
Nishan Cherry ... Diablo Gang Member #3
Crystal Gipson ... Diablo Gang Member #4 (as Crystal Gibson)
James Shelton ... Diablo Gang Member #5
Emilie Thomas ... Diablo Gang Member #6
Mike Yim ... Red Dragon Gang Member #1
Stan Kang ... Red Dragon Gang Member #2 - Jimmy

Thang ... Red Dragon Gang Member #3 (as Thang Vuong)
Angela Judy ... Red Dragon Gang Member #4
Georgia Gleason ... Red Dragon Gang Member #5
Alex Cho ... Red Dragon Gang Member #6
Amy Beardsley ... Sally
Robert McCain ... Bear Gang Member #1 (as Robert McCaine)
Mike Wilson ... Bear Gang Member #2
Cindy Lejeune ... Bear Gang Member #3
Kathleen Wooley ... Bear Gang Member #4
Tia Stine ... Bear Gang Member #5 (as Tia Stin)
Roosevelt Graham Jr. ... Kick Boxers in Ring
Edward R. Hill ... Kick Boxer #1
Leslie L. Foster ... Kick Boxer #2
Douglas L. Foote ... Kick Boxer #3
Stephen T. Rados ... Kick Boxer #4
Rodolfo Montrroso ... Kick Boxer #5
Phills Wong ... Martial Art Specialist
Mike Sarni ... Italian Gang #1
Tony Sarni ... Italian Gang #2
Barbara Dale Miller ... Diner Patron #1
Gerg Scheirer ... Diner Patron #2
Tiffany Ball ... Diner Patron #3
Susan Ball ... Diner Patron #4
Scott E. Cook ... Diner Patron #5
Theodosios Margas ... Diner Patron #6
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Willie Johnson ... Gangleader (uncredited)
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Directed by
Godfrey Ho  (as Godfrey Hall)
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Steve Harper  screenplay
Robert Vassar  screenplay
Tai Yim  story

Produced by
Kai-Ping Cheung .... executive producer
John R. Ellis .... associate producer
Godfrey Ho .... producer (as Godfrey Hall)
Tai Yim .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Todd M. Hahn 
 
Cinematography by
Philip J. Cook (director of photography) (as Phil Cook)
 
Film Editing by
Grand Yee 
 
Production Design by
Sin Yim 
 
Makeup Department
Chiquita B. Park .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
C. Monique Berry .... first assistant director
 
Stunts
Cheung-Tak Hung .... stunt coordinator (as Douglas Hung)
Chi Man Wong .... stunts
Wing Kin Yip .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Howard Gibson .... Steadicam operator
David Christopher Johnson .... video assist operator (as D. Christopher Johnson III)
Bruce Jurgens .... production photographer
Luke Lederman .... second assistant camera
Tom Schnaidt .... director of photography: second unit
Tom Schnaidt .... first assistant camera
 
Other crew
C. Monique Berry .... location manager
C. Monique Berry .... public relations
Cheung-Tak Hung .... martial arts designer (as Douglas Hung)
Kevin Maselka .... assistant manager
Jan Hopper Sanders .... script supervisor
Tai Yim .... martial arts designer
 
Thanks
Lisa Schiller .... special thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Cui hua kuang mo" - Hong Kong (original title)
"Bloody Mary Killer" - Hong Kong (English title) (alternative title)
"Final Heat" - Japan (English title) (video box title)
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UK:90 min
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Cynthia Rothrock claimed that some of her costars had such difficulty remembering their lines while filming that portions of dialogue were written down and taped to her forehead for the actors to read.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Dr. Simmons phones Greg to give him a possible address for their suspect she arranges to meet him there but doesn't give him the address. Shortly afterwards they both turn up there.See more »
Quotes:
Nick DiMarco:You have the right to remain silent... so do me a favor and shut up!See more »
Movie Connections:
References House Party (1990)See more »

FAQ

Why didn't Stingray hide the bodies of the girls he killed?
Where is Stingray now?
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49 out of 53 people found the following review useful.
Diabolical! Atrocious! But dag-nabbit it's fun!!, 20 January 2005
Author: Thomas Jolliffe (supertom-3) from Marlow, England

Another epic piece of art from director Godfrey Ho, the man who has directed about 100 films with the word Ninja in the title! This doesn't have ninja in the title but don't be fooled there is plenty of martial arts action. Like his other films this is a shockingly cheap and hilariously bad movie. The acting is especially poor. Leading the movie is the queen of martial arts, her hotness; Cynthia Rothrock (kill me now Cynthia!!). Cynthia does her usual ass kicking routine as she stars as a waitress who also fights illegally for money on the side. When her sister is killed she vows revenge. Rothrock can't really act worth a hill a beans really and she proves that when identifying her sisters body. She looks at the corpse and just as I thought they would have her do the typical action star scowl, clenching of the fist, before running out the building to do damage, she burst into tears. Now you may think "Wow, stretching!" However it is scary. She is so over the top and loud that I was actually frightened (frightened but still being aroused by her presence). Having said that Rothrock is not the worst actor in this picture, in fact she is the best which gives you some indication at the level this film is made. It is like a Troma film without all the gore and female nudity, even though there is a little gore, and a little female nudity (not Rothrock lads!). While Cynthia had her little "where's my academy award?" moments, bad guy Don Niam was atrocious. Niam, sporting the worst, most permed mullet ever seen is so ridiculously cheesy that he merely has to appear on screen for me to laugh manically at him. When he speaks he is even funnier. His face has a kind of "please hit me!" look to it and the way his mullet sways about is very amusing. My brother put it best about ¾ of the way through when he said "I swear that mullet gets bigger in every scene!" I thought that too. There are a few mullets in the film and some fashion that makes this film look very 80's, however it was made in the mid 90's!

Once again, like Ho's other epics, this has some good fights. Particularly a superbly rough fight between Don Niam and John Miller that ends hilariously (it involves a hook and an eye socket but you'll really have to see it.). What I love is the whole cheesiness of B-movies like this. They take it a step beyond your average DTV film and as such something this cheesy is far more entertaining than something plain bad and boring, staring Steven Seagal. To sum up how cheesy and stupid this film is: In the middle of the climactic fight scene between Niam and Miller, they both tear their shirts off (for no good reason) and continue the fight bare chested, yet miraculously they are oiled up to the eye balls. It is an hilariously macho scene that comes across as more homo-erotic, with oily men grabbing and hitting each other, it couldn't have been gayer if they'd have recreated Olly Reed and Alan Bates nude wrestling match. I think there is something Godfrey isn't telling us!

So with ample fist fights and plenty of bad acting, this film has good entertainment values, as well as some excellent fight scenes. Unfortunately no Scorpion kick from Rothrock in this.**

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