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The Master Demon (1991)

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The Master Demon: Centuries ago, a demonic fury is pitted against a white warrior in an epic battle with mankind in the balance. The fatally wounded white warrior severs the Demon's hand ... See full summary »

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Eric Lee ...
Tong Lee / The White Warrior
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The Master Demon
Kay Baxter Young ...
Medusa
Sid Campbell ...
Wayne Besecker
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Cameron Massey
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Jan
Renee Arnold ...
Star Client
Bob Roberts ...
Link the Fence
John Nord ...
Bodyguard (as The Viking)
Chun Kum Ma ...
Shaolin Monk
Bruce Ritchie ...
Dojo Owner
William Duvall ...
Police Officer 1
Michael Callahan ...
Police Officer 2 (as Mike Callahan)
Uffe Moller ...
Torture Victim
Kelly Hirano ...
Torturer / Henchman
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The Master Demon: Centuries ago, a demonic fury is pitted against a white warrior in an epic battle with mankind in the balance. The fatally wounded white warrior severs the Demon's hand and takes it to a Shaolin Temple to prevent the Demon from ever becoming whole again. Both a horrid nightmare and a deadly omen for martial arts master Tong Lee in the present day. Written by Carl Sgro

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All Characters/Situations in this production are Fiction. Any resemblance to persons and/or Demons living, dead or otherwise is purely coincidental See more »

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Se Me Cerro El Mundo
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I watched the whole movie
31 January 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Well what can be expected with zero budget. On the other hand the movie has some highlights and it turns out just like the movies we make here for zero budget. Fun to watch for those who understand the background and a complete waste for those who want mainstream. My best moment is when the "Butte Police" character is at home and wastes some time in the sofa and stares around thinking of something to do. I guess the script said "sit in the sofa" and he had to think of the rest himself. I recommend it for people who makes home action movies for fun. There are some good punch-scenes also and some that could benefit from some more timing..


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