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Hulk Hogan ... Mike McBride (as Terry 'Hulk' Hogan)

Shannon Tweed ... Hunter Wiley

Carl Weathers ... Roy Brown

Martin Kove ... Andy Powers
Mike White ... Derek

Gerard Plunkett ... Dr. Sarkisian

Lisa Schrage ... Laura Berringer
Dale Wilson ... Armand Berringer
Jenny-Lynn Hutcheson ... Lily Berringer

Eli Gabay ... Jamal

Mark Gibbon ... Franz
Martin Szlavy ... Helmut
Anaya Farrell ... Dr. Magador
Ron Reis ... Vlassi (as Ron Reis II)

Emmanuelle Vaugier ... French Woman

Ken Kirzinger ... John

Adrian Formosa ... Tech #1

Directed by
Jon Cassar 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Michael Berk  story
Calvin Clements Jr.  (as Cal Clements Jr.)
Douglas Schwartz  story

Produced by
Hulk Hogan .... executive producer (as Terry Bollea)
Hulk Hogan .... producer
Arvi Liimatainen .... producer
Douglas Schwartz .... producer
Harold Tichenor .... executive producer
Original Music by
Ken Harrison 
Cinematography by
David Geddes 
Film Editing by
Charles Robichaud 
Casting by
Bette Chadwick 
Candice Elzinga 
Production Design by
Jill Scott 
Art Direction by
Eric Norlin 
Set Decoration by
Mary-Lou Storey 
Costume Design by
Karen L. Matthews 
Makeup Department
Julie McHaffie .... hair stylist
Lisa Taylor Roberts .... makeup artist
Mary Ann Valdes .... hair stylist: Mr. Hogan
Production Management
Jayme Pfahl .... post-production supervisor
Anne M. Simonet .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Arnold .... second assistant director
Andrea Beardsley .... trainee assistant director
Bill Ferguson .... second unit director
Pierre Henry .... first assistant director
Morgan Lewington .... second assistant director: second unit
Fiona Winning .... third assistant director
Art Department
Chris Dutton .... property master
Jim Geddes .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Gashtaseb Ariana .... sound re-recording mixer
Hennie Britton .... foley recordist
Gordon Durity .... sound re-recording mixer
Don Harrison .... foley artist
Patrick Haskill .... sound editor
Patrick Haskill .... sound effects editor
Philip Hunter .... sound editor
Gael MacLean .... sound supervisor
Daryl Powell .... sound mixer
Special Effects by
Jeffrey Butterworth .... special effects assistant (as Jeffrey A. Butterworth)
Terence J. Cox .... special effects first assistant
Gary Paller .... special effects coordinator
Curt Bonn .... stunt rigging coordinator
Gavin Buhr .... stunts
Jason Calder .... stunt performer
Lauro Chartrand .... stunts
Bill Ferguson .... stunt coordinator
Terrance Leigh .... stunt double
John Sampson .... stunts
Darryl Scheelar .... stunt performer
Rob Wilton .... stunt coordinator
Rob Wilton .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Fred Boyd .... gaffer
Steve Holland .... generator operator
Elizabeth House .... second assistant camera
Ron MacLeay .... key grip
Paul Michaud .... still photographer
Marty Naucler .... first assistant camera: "a" camera, second unit
John Seale Jr. .... focus puller: second camera
Patrick Stepien .... "a" camera first assistant
Gary Viola .... director of photography: second unit
William Waring .... camera operator
Michael 'Rail' Wrinch .... camera operator: second camera
Vitali Zaporozhchenko .... still photographer
Casting Department
Ed Arenas .... location casting
Sandra Couldwell .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Carolyn Cameron .... assistant costume designer (as Carolyn Pavelick)
Terry Haws .... costume supervisor
Lyne Talbot .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Gary Shaw .... video colorist
Shelly Theaker .... assistant editor (as Shelley Theaker)
Transportation Department
Red Murphy .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Carol Bailey .... first assistant accountant
Santino Barile .... armorer
Kevin L. Beggs .... executive consultant (as Kevin Beggs)
Rick Constantineau .... production accountant
Susan Crawford .... co-production coordinator
Elaine Fleming .... co-production coordinator
Rob Fournier .... armorer
Lara Fox .... script supervisor
Terry Haws .... set supervisor
Chris Kaufman .... assistant: Doug Schwartz
Rick Morwick .... stand-in
Liz Rumball .... office production assistant
Michael Williams .... location manager
Craig Hamilton .... special thanks

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Also Known As:
"Shadow Warriors II: Hunt for the Death Merchant" - Canada (original title)
"Shadow Warriors" - USA (DVD title)
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Sound Mix:
Germany:18 (video premiere) | Iceland:16 | USA:R
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Hilariously bad – how many more of this series are there??!!, 14 January 2002
Author: bob the moo from United Kingdom

Mike and his team of shadow warriors are working freelance on military operations. When Mike thinks he recognises a biochemical terrorist from his past they uncover a plot to attack Seattle. With Mike drugged with a slow poison that only terrorist Sarkisian can stop the team go out to stop the attack.

This is the second of the Shadow Warrior films and it's much worse that the first (I didn't think it was possible!). The plot is lazy - the first third about a kidnapped girl almost feels like it's just filling in the time until they get to the terrorists bit. The attempts to give Mike a past to create new action is stupid - he recognises the terrorist despite the complete plastic surgery! However the plot doesn't matter in this type of thing right? It's all about the action yeah? Face/Off had a really stretched plot but the action was amazing. Here the action is terrible - really terrible. The Shadow Warriors attack camps with typical American macho-isms - riding round on bikes and cars firing wildly. The final battle is the worst, baddies fire automatics constantly without hitting anyone but are easily taken out with one shot from the warriors. The most laughable bit is seeing Andy flying a helicopter above the action, picking people off with weapons including pistols, grenades, automatics and a rocket launcher - yes you read it right - he looks to all the world like someone leaning out the side of his friends parked car. When we watched it we were roaring with laughter all the way through it.

The acting barely matters but suffice to say it's terrible. All the Shadow Warriors are macho with a real buddy sense of humour. Hulk Hogan is terrible - the worst bit (and there's plenty) is the second half when he is poisoned and has to `look in pain' for the rest of the film - he does it by furrowing his brow and staring into the distance, it's really funny. Shannon Tweed is OK, Carl Weathers is OK but neither can do anything with the material. The only good role is Kove as Andy because his manic stuff is funny - but even his stuff gets boring and eventually you realise that he ISN'T playing it with his tongue in his cheek! The main problem with the cast is that the Shadow unit are all American caricatures who are almost invincible. However the main terrorist is English and the majority of the bad guys are foreign - even the terrorist attack is launched from Canada! This feel-good flag waving is quite tasteless to watch. I know that things like Die Hard had European terrorists etc but the way that this shows the US force as invincible moral men & women but shows the rest as stupid, cowardly and weak is insulting and lazy writing.

Overall - cheap and nasty - only enteraining because it's so stupid.

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