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Bloodfist V: Human Target (1994)

R | | Action | Video 19 January 1994
Don "The Dragon" Wilson struggles to regain his memory, not knowing who to trust, or even which side he's fighting on.


Jeff Yonis


Rob Kerchner (story), Jeff Yonis (screenplay)




Credited cast:
Don Wilson ... Jim Stanton (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)
Denice Duff Denice Duff ... Candy / Michelle
Steve James ... Marcus / Drew Washington
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andy Bolliger Andy Bolliger ... NSA Agent
James Burns James Burns ... NSA Agent
Art Camacho ... Security Guard
Brayton Carpenter Brayton Carpenter ... NSA Agent
Milo Cudanes Milo Cudanes ... Beefy's Thug
Greg Duimovich Greg Duimovich ... NSA Agent (as Gregory Dean Duimovich)
Carl Dyer Carl Dyer ... Security Guard
Kelly Jones Gabriele ... Julie
Brian George ... U.S. Official
Joe Hanlin Joe Hanlin ... Beefy's Thug
Jake Herbert Jake Herbert ... Beefy's Thug
Randall Shiro Ideishi ... Quan's Warehouse Thug


Don "The Dragon" Wilson struggles to regain his memory, not knowing who to trust, or even which side he's fighting on.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for martial arts and gangster violence, and for language | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


After Bloodfist V Human Target, Don the Dragon Wilson and Yuji Okumoto team up again in Red Sun Rising. See more »


Follows Bloodfist (1989) See more »


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Another fairly good low-budget martial arts film from Wilson
13 December 2005 | by gridoonSee all my reviews

The fifth "Bloodfist" entry, and the second one I've watched so far (after part "IV"). Playing an amnesiac is something of an "acting stretch" for Don "The Dragon" Wilson, but he admittedly does a pretty solid job in the role. He also receives good support from Steve James, Denice Duff and Michael Yama. The plot is interesting, it never stops moving and has lots of twists and turns, and the fight scenes are good, filmed in the same close-quarters, hard-hitting style of the previous "Bloodfist" entry, a style that is refreshing to see every once in a while. Of course, you shouldn't get your hopes up too high: this is only a very low-budget martial arts film, after all. But within its field, it's certainly better than you'd expect. (**)

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Release Date:

19 January 1994 (USA) See more »

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Anthropinos stohos See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Concorde Pictures See more »
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