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Credited cast:
Wing-Hon Cheung
Tiet Wo Chu
Jang Lee Hwang ...
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Biu Chan Wong


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Cockney kung-fu
3 July 2004 | by (Norwich, England) – See all my reviews

I bought this brand new for the princely sum of one pound on DVD, so it was bound to make it through to the semis on that basis alone. Although my knowledge of cheap kung-fu is hardly extensive, plot-wise it appears to be nothing new: an evil martial arts school attempts to take over a small village, killing the benevolent head of a security service in the process. Revenge is of course the order of the day, yet, without giving too much away, it's the relatively minor character who lives in the forest and spends all his time training who becomes the pivotal character towards the end of the film.

The all-important fight scenes are solid enough, with enough whip-crack sound effects on the soundtrack to keep anyone happy. The film's alternative title of 'Blood Baby' is explained in a surprisingly macabre pre-credits sequence, although, as is so often the case, the real star of the show here is the dubbing: anyone even slighly villainous finds themselves in possession of an outrageously phony cheeky cock-er-ney accent.

Exactly what is being insinuated about our friends in the capital, I'm not entirely sure, but it makes for damn entertaining viewing nevertheless.

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