Tiger Cage is a Hong Kong action crime thriller relying more on brutal twists and a pretty dark atmosphere than on martial arts fights.
Utterly insane, creative, and hilarious from start to finish, Gymkata is a martial arts action movie like no other.
Set in exotic Thailand, Kickboxer is one of the best martial arts movies ever featuring exciting fights, cool characters and prime Van Damme.
Featuring brutal fights, a bit lower production values, and one and only Scott Adkins, Ninja Shadow of A Tear is a solid B action movie.
Ninja is a 2009 B action movie starring Scott Adkins drenched in eighties nostalgia complete with shurikens, nunchucks, and other weapons.
Full of action, bad dialogue, and bad acting, TC 2000 is a guilty pleasure martial arts movie with a post-apocalyptic setting and Bolo Yeung.
Featuring incredibly choreographed fighting scenes, Ong Bak is an exotic, entertaining, and exquisite martial arts movie starring Tony Jaa.
Simple and effective, The One is a fast-paced and entertaining blend of science fiction and action starring Jet Li and Jason Statham.
Blood will be squirting, bones will be breaking and bullets will be flying in The Night Comes For Us, a gory martial arts action movie in the vein of The Raid.
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This hilariously bad ninja movie from the eighties might be one of the best movies so bad they're good. Very entertaining and fast-paced it's a must-see
Badges of Fury is a hilariously bad martial arts comedy starring Jet Li with a lot of slapstick and jokes that are unintentionally funny.
Based on a life of IP Man, Bruce Lee's teacher, this movie is not just a phenomenally choreographed fight extravaganza but also a period movie about China.
The Man With The Iron Fists is a messy but somewhat fun homage to old martial arts movies with a lot of graphic violence, and cool weapons.
Brutal and action-packed, The Raid: Redemption is one of the best modern martial arts movies I have ever seen, a true masterpiece.
So outrageously violent that it's hilarious, Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky is the craziest martial arts prison movie you'll ever see.
Set in sunny Spain and featuring insane stunts and exciting fights, Wheels on Meals is a stellar martial arts comedy starring Jackie Chan.
Visually appealing, gloriously bloody, and very entertaining, Ninja Assassin is a fast-paced martial arts movie we've all been waiting for.
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li is exactly the movie you think it is, a sleek, exotic but dumb commercial action movie.