Tagged: Bruce Lee

An Interview with Brahim Achabbakhe

The classic 80’s action adventure series The Fall Guy had a memorable theme song. The star of the series himself, Lee Majors, crooned “The Unknown Stuntman” during the opening credits of The Fall Guy. The song...

Bullet Points: Blind Fist of Bruce

There have been action movie formulas that have been replicated over the years. There have been action movie characters that have been replicated over the years. But there has only been one action star that the industry...

Brainwaves: Ask the Brain 3.0

It has been far too long since I took the opportunity to answer some of the questions we receive here at the site from action movie fanatics from literally around the world. I’ll cut this preamble short and...

Scene of the Week: Chocolate Warehouse Fight

This isn’t a video of oompa loompas pushing each other around or Willy Wonka murdering children, Chocolate is a martial arts film on a whole different level. As is the case on many films of this nature, the...

Hall of Fame: Lee

“A good fight should be like a small play, but played seriously. A good martial artist does not become tense, but ready. Not thinking, yet not dreaming. Ready for whatever may come. When the opponent expands,...

The Six Shooter: Fight Bruce Fight

November 27, 1940 in San Francisco, California a man was born in Chinatown that would change the way martial arts movies were done. This visionary is none other than the legend, Bruce Lee! I think I could...

Bullet Points: No Retreat, No Surrender

There are two things that I really enjoy: Jean-Claude Van Damme movies; Bruce Lee Movies; and lists that don’t make sense. I didn’t know the duo had ever worked together until the editors at Bulletproofaction.com tasked...

Scene of the Week: Game of Death

Bruce Lee takes on one of his greatest disciples Dan Inosanto during the third act of Game of Death. Although the movie was never finished filming when Lee passed away, the fight scenes at the end...