Shootfighter 2: Kill or Be Killed!
Shootfighter 2: Kill or Be Killed! ★½ 1996 (R)
The Miami underworld is placed on alert when a police chief, seeking to avenge the death of his son, joins with a martial arts master to recruit and train a group of fighters. Then they'll infiltrate the illegal spectator games of tothedeathcombat and see what mayhem they can cause. 90m/C VHS . Bolo Yeung, Michael Bernardo, William Zabka; D: Paul Ziller; W: Peter Shaner, Greg Mellott.
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