Boss Peaches wants her revenge. Why? Because nobody dumps Boss Peaches... not even Bruiser Bom-Bash. Unfortunately for her, Peaches will have to get in line with the rest of them. Ryuken, ... See full summary »
Boss Peaches wants her revenge. Why? Because nobody dumps Boss Peaches... not even Bruiser Bom-Bash. Unfortunately for her, Peaches will have to get in line with the rest of them. Ryuken, the loyal fan-boy of Punchy McBritches, will stop at nothing to regain Punchy's honor after her recent loss against Bruiser. But, will his past catch up to him before he gets his chance to take out Bruiser Bom-Bash and claim the title of the "Toughest in Town" for himself? Or will Peaches beat him to the punch and steal his only chance for glory? Written by
Better then most mainstream Hollywood fight & martial arts films
Another independent production from "Whirlwind Action", "Slug Street Scrappers 2" builds upon it's predecessor "Slug Street Scrappers" and delivers new, exciting thrills. Again several martial artists are able to show off their unique skillsets.
The main attraction, in my opinion, remains lead Micah Brock, who portrays the top fighter in both installments. Applying an inventive mix of Kukkiwon Taekwondo, Kickboxing and Muay Thai, it is an interesting style brought to the screen. Also kudos to his and the team's ability to bring together such talented individuals by the likes of Shaun Charney, Jimmy Chhiu, Tess Kielhamer, Anna Ranoso and Kathelyne Brooke.
Along with other performers the cast does a solid job of moving an interesting storyline at a solid pace, with some truly well choreographed fight scenes. Hollywood could learn a thing or two from these people...
Written, directed and edited by Micah Brock, the film is sure to entertain. Bring on the sequels!
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