A supernatural battle for souls plays out on the streets with lots of guns and knives.

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Mitch Gould, Hiro Koda | 1 more credit »

Writer:

Mitch Gould
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ray Park ... Max
Johnny Yong Bosch ... Ryu
Esteban Cueto Esteban Cueto ... Cain
Richard Cetrone ... Samael
Dan Southworth ... Tetsuro
Ingrid Sonray ... Carmen
Randy Hall Randy Hall ... George
Gerald Okamura ... Buddhist Priest
Balbinka Korzeniowska ... The Painter (as Kamila Korz)
Derek Mears ... Legion
Tommy Rall Tommy Rall ... Monk #1
Jason Hyndman Jason Hyndman ... Monk #2
Steve Fite ... Beelzebub
Andy Palmer Andy Palmer ... Detective #1
Danny Sconyers Danny Sconyers ... Detective #2
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A supernatural battle for souls plays out on the streets with lots of guns and knives.

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Plot Keywords:

demon | one word title | See All (2) »

Taglines:

A Soulless Mercenary Battles an Army of Darkness

Genres:

Action | Fantasy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for bloody violence and language | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Two former Power Rangers star in this film. Johnny Young Bosch, was the MMPR Black Ranger & the Green Zeo Ranger. Dan Southworth was the Timeforce Quantum Ranger. See more »

Quotes

Max: Could have done that earlier.
Ryu: I had to get in here first. I don't really walk through walls, you know.
Max: Had me fooled.
Ryu: [to Cain] You okay?
Cain: Fine.
Max: Thick skin.
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Connections

References Kung Fu (1972) See more »

Soundtracks

A Really Good Day
Music & Lyrics by Don Poole (BMI)
Vocals by Art Edmonds (BMI)
Published by Know The Score (ASCAP)
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Comic Book Film
11 May 2010 | by jonathansewardSee all my reviews

I picked this film up because I liked the cover art and I'm a sucker for a good or even bad kung fu movie, especially one with Darth Maul (aka Ray Park) and I was pleasantly surprised.

This little movie rocks.

The people who made were clearly going for a comic book look and they really did a good job. From the way they colored the film to the sets to the comic book page moves between scenes it just really felt like I was watching a graphic novel.

The action really has a comic book flare to it too. Each character is different. The ninja character has some very cool traditional martial arts fights, my personal favorite, Darth maul's character has more modern commando-type moves, and the Templar is some super powerful Hulk-like dude. It's a great mix so you don't keep watching the same type of action over and over.

The end fight scene is the best. Very cool use of slow motion.

Also, I don't want to put in a spoiler but the story is actually good. Unlike most B movies it has some cool twists in it that I didn't see coming.

Yes it's a low budget film, and the effects suffer a little bit, my only real criticism, but it beats everything I've seen on Syfy lately.


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USA

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English | Japanese

Release Date:

4 September 2009 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Ajuns in iad See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$1,300,000 (estimated)
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(DVD)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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