It’s chop-socky time as I review the crazy kung fu flick “Challenge of the Tiger” (1980), AKA “Gymkata Killer”, starring Richard Harrison and Bruce Le…that’s Le with one ‘e’ you understand…
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this movie must be that good if it has those things you said in the video.good review brendon and i must say between a fake bruce lee and a richard harrison man looking to love the next women he finds(jeez what a player) this movie looks intresting. i’ll have to check it out sometime
This is probably my favorite review in Brandon’s archive… saw topless girls, got seduced by Richard Harrison, laughed my ass off. What more can you ask for?
Keep up the good work Brandon 😀
I guess I like the idea of Bruce lee and James Bond teaming up to bad it never happened for real
They may not have teamed up, but they DID fight in a movie…kind of. Review/riffing of that weirdness will be coming soon.
What if, in a world where Bruce Lee lived, one day, he became Bond?
I think maybe the “sperm killer” wasn’t so much a spermicide as it was a sterility formula. Assuming it’s effects could be made permanent an immoral governing body could use it in a eugenics program, making certain “undesirables” sterile so they wouldn’t be a problem in the next generation. You know, revolutionaries, the poor, brown people, jews, all the stuff Nazi’s don’t like.
Why stop there? Wipe out an enemy nation’s chance of having a next generation and wait them out.
Those were pretty much my thoughts too. “The wrong way” meaning weaponizing it.
Weaponize it? You mean create some kind of infertility gun?
That’s some David Cronenberg s*** right there.
You at this point it’s not a question of will our friend Brandon have a crossover with the Cinema Snob but a question of when. Personally I cannot wait until they do.
Oh and great review Brandon, another movie to add to my IMDB watchlist.
Wow, Richard Harrison, you found the true path to happiness.
How about reviewing the ‘Thunderbolt’ series, I recall one of them has an action sequence involving Richard Harrison on a skateboard wearing short-shorts.