We at KarateMart.com have never attempted to hide our love for the great bearded one whose single glare can slay a dragon. This is why we present you with the following (mock) trailer which we stumbled upon during our daily internet journeys.
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll try to IMDB the movie where Chuck Norris holds a gun to a dwarf's head.
In this weeks episode of "It Came From The Internet" we found a great compilation of 25 of the best streaming kung fu movies available on Netflix as of today. Some are old, some are new, some are very good, some are very, very bad. Either way, if you're a fan of some good old fashioned chop-socky action you should probably just go ahead and queue these up right now and find some way to thank us later. Don't worry, we'll be right here watching Cheerleader Ninjas.
If you're neither a fan of special effects filled sci-fi flicks nor tales of computer generated talking animals that squeeze the last breath out every pop culture/music reference they can get their hands on may be hard-pressed to find a new movie to watch this weekend...unless you're a martial arts fan that is. Scratch that. As long as your a martial arts fan that's lucky enough to live in one of the city in which Double Trouble is seeing its limited release that is.
Harkening back to good old day of corny, goofy, and just plain-old-fashioned fun kung fu movies, Double Trouble is sure to snare curious martial arts fans solely on the basis that it stars Jaycee Chan (a.k.a. Jackie Chan's son).
The film centers around the recovery of of a an ancient priceless painting or some such thing- oh who the heck cares it's Jackie Chan's son for crying out loud just skip the talking zebra and watch it already!
This video may be just the proof for anyone that may be second-guessing the idea that Mexico has the potential to put on an exciting fight.
Sure, the aforementioned fight may only last 15 seconds, but it could be all the at Mexico Fighter (think Mexican UFC) needs to gain the right traction and shoot Mexican mixed martial arts into the same heights as our North American version.
Having always wished for my own private place to test my physical strength and dexterity, I can appreciate how epically awesome this ninja bedroom really is. Of course, it would probably leave me gasping and dying on the floor before I even reached the foot of my bed, but still, it would be a sweet death. One of calm and peace in knowing that I had assembled one of the most amazing training facilities ever known to Ninjas.
The room was built by Mike Needham, a hopeful contestant for American Ninja Warrior as a training tool. He apparently even got selected and competed in this past weekend's episode. We are currently trying to hunt down the video clip of his performance, however from what we can gather, the room was not enough to see him through to the end.