Bad Blood (2010 film)

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Bad Blood
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Film poster
Traditional 滅門
Simplified 灭门
Mandarin Miè Mén
Cantonese Mit6 Mun4
Directed by Dennis S.Y. Law
Produced by Dennis S.Y. Law
Written by Dennis S.Y. Law
Starring Simon Yam
Bernice Liu
Andy On
Luxia Jiang
Ken Lo
Chan Wai-Man
Xiong Xin Xin
Pinky Cheung
Lai Lok-Yi
Amy Chum
Wong Tin-lam
Cheung Siu-fai
Lam Suet
Music by Tommy Wai
Cinematography Herman Yau
Edited by Azrael Chung
Distributed by Point of View Movie Production Co. Ltd. (HK)
Release date
  • 21 January 2010 (2010-01-21)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese

Bad Blood (US King of Triads) is a 2010 martial arts-crime film written, produced and directed by Dennis Law. The film features an ensemble cast that includes Simon Yam, Bernice Liu and Andy On. Bad Blood centers on a Triad gang as the members plot and scheme against each other to become the gang's new leader, after the death of their boss. The film was released in Hong Kong on 21 January 2010.


The film begins with escaping prisoners Funky (Simon Yam), Calf (Andy On), Hung (Ken Lo), Kong (Xiong Xin Xin) and Andy Lok (Cheung Siu-fai) on the run from several People's Armed Police officers somewhere in China. Though Funky and his crew manage to fight off the guards, he and Andy Lok the crime boss of their gang get separated with the others while protecting something very valuable to Mr Lok's company. As the others reach their escape meeting an elderly gang ally named Zen, they realize Funky and Andy Lok are still trying to catch up. Just as Andy Lok tries to make a last-ditch attempt to escape he is hit by a truck which was actually part of a trap by the PAP officers and is captured, while Funky hides in the bushes apparently foreseeing it coming.

Sometime later, Andy Lok's sister Audrey Lok (Bernice Liu) is sitting in silence at a public execution. Just as the PAP officers execute one man, Andy Lok's weeps once last time before being executed by an officers AK-47. Audrey prompts leaves the execution site and meetings with her will bearer Peter Wong (Lam Suet) who discusses her brother's will.

As Audrey Lok tries to settle her brother's will at her house. It becomes evidently that her brother's co-workers only want her money and her brother's power and soon mysterious conspiracies leading to murder schemes begin to follow.

Audrey realizes what she wants and becomes a great fighter. She fights and kills, striving only to be triad leader. Death and killings follow.

At the end, the will reveals that Audrey and her brother's father wanted his children to leave Hong Kong and have a better life while the gang leadership will go to the co-workers. However, Audrey got greedy, and betrayed her brother and everyone in between, killing them all. In the final showdown, Dumby - Calf's student - fights Audrey after learning she has murdered Calf as well. Eventually Audrey's henchmen shoot the defeated (and injured) Dumby multiple times but fail to prevent Dumby from gripping Audrey tightly with a live grenade, killing them all in the subsequent explosion.


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Bad Blood was written, production and directed by Dennis Law, and produced and distributed by Law's company Point of View Movie Production Co. Ltd. Nicky Li, a Jackie Chan Stunt Team member who has previously collaborated with Law, served as the film's fight choreographer.


Bad Blood was released in Hong Kong on 21 January 2010.[3]


  1. ^ Bad Blood at HKMDB
  2. ^ Bad Blood at
  3. ^ "Jiang Lu Xia Plays a Mute Girl in Bad Blood -". 8 January 2010. Archived from the original on 9 February 2010. Retrieved 9 January 2010. 

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