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Bloodmoon (1997)

 -  Action | Thriller  -  20 June 1997 (USA)
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Martial arts action film finds a retired detective returning to action to stop a martial arts master with steel fingers who is killing champions from all sports.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Det. Ken O'Hara
Det. Chuck Baker
Chief William Hutchins
The Killer
Leigh Jones ...
Lauren O'Hara
Jeffrey Pillars ...
Justice (as Jeff Pillars)
Brandie Rocci ...
Kelly Welling
Terry's friend
Joe Hess ...
Terry (as Joseph C. Hess)
Joe Bonacci ...
Officer #1
Rob Van Dam ...
Dutch Schultz
Drug dealer (as Jen Sung Outerbridge)
George Atkins
Master Takaido Welling


Martial arts action film finds a retired detective returning to action to stop a martial arts master with steel fingers who is killing champions from all sports. Written by John Sacksteder <>

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You get one shot Before he kills you.


Action | Thriller

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Rated R for strong martial arts violence, and for some language and sexuality | See all certifications »




Release Date:

20 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Bloodmoon  »

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The book read by Ken O'Hara before he accepts his assignment is "The Witness" by Sandra Brown. See more »


A safety harness is visible, attached to actor Gary Daniels when climbing up the steel wall. See more »


Chuck Baker: [to a fellow police officer] Did you see the Chief? The way he looked. Those big eyes just...
Chuck Baker: He's right behind me isn't he?
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References Hogan's Heroes (1965) See more »

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30 May 2004 | by (Casablanca) – See all my reviews

Bloodmoon is not a complete waste of time especially if you are like me into B action movies.

The fight scenes are not bad at all with a competent choreography and decent performers.

There are also some very amusing things in campy style like trying to accept Gary Daniels as a profiler chasing serial killers. I mean the guy is some pretty boy with lousy acting skills but its pretty funny to watch him trying to do some Clarice Starling's kind of speeches in some scenes.

His partner is some black dude that looks just like Eddie Murphy. And I kid you not. Even his voice sounds like Eddie. If only he had some of Eddie's talent!

The villain is a pretty good fighter and has a cool whacko look that suits the role.

Also something extra is Rob Van Dam's appearance in which he fights the bad guy. Pretty cool to see Rob.

On the bad side there's an awful stupid ending with a disappointing final fight and of course a weak story filled with clichés. Also no nudity! Too bad.

Still there's plenty of action, an Eddie Murphy clone and some awful acting with even worse dialogs that will make you laugh over and over again.

Not bad to get your male friends together (if you have any) with a lot of beer and a pizza. Party on!.

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