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Directed by Albert Pyun
Produced by Rick Blumenthal
Albert Pyun
Written by K. Hannah
Starring Thom Mathews
Vincent Klyn
Michel Qissi
Benny "The Jet" Urquidez
Hope Marie Carlton
Marianne Taylor
Jason Brooks
Peter Cunningham
Music by Paul Edwards
Anthony Riparetti
Cinematography George Mooradian
Edited by Paul O'Bryan
Distributed by Home Box Office (HBO) (1992) (USA) (video)
Release date
May, 1991 - Cannes Film Market (France)
August 21, 1991 - Video Release (USA)
December 6, 1991 - Europe premiere (Turkey)
Running time
86 mins
Country United States
Language English

Bloodmatch (1991) is a martial-arts film directed by Albert Pyun and starring Thom Mathews, Hope Marie Carlton, Marianne Taylor, Vincent Klyn, Michel Qissi, and Benny "The Jet" Urquidez.


Brick Bardo (Thom Mathews) is out to avenge the death of his brother, who was set up in a scandal involving illegal fight fixing in a kickboxing circuit and was killed before he could expose the true culprits. Along with his vicious femme fatale Max (Marianne Taylor), he manages to track down four former fighters who were involved in the scandal and had sufficient motive to want his brother dead: janitor and father, Billy Munoz (Benny "The Jet" Urquidez); Connie Angel (Hope Marie Carlton); arrogant and brash Brent Caldwell (Dale Jacoby); and powerhouse, Mike Johnson (Thunderwolf). He has them drugged, kidnapped and brought to an empty fighting arena where he plans to fight them all to the death in front of each other until either one of them kills him or one of them is revealed as his brother's murderer. As Brick engages each of them in one on one combat, it becomes clear that not everything is what it seems and not everyone is as innocent as they claim to be.



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