Win RIKI-OH: THE STORY OF RICKY on Dual Format In Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of Riki-Oh The Story Of Ricky – available on special DVD & Blu-ray dual format 27th July – we have a copy to giveaway!

Easily the most amazingly violent and gory movie ever to emerge from Hong Kong and subsequently banned in many countries around the world, Riki-Oh: The Story Of Ricky is 88 minutes of the purest, unadulterated, blood-soaked fun ever to be passed by the BBFC.

A radical fusion of brutal martial artistry, extreme violence and dark visuals, this masterpiece features some of the most outrageously graphic and convincing ‘splatter’ effects in the history of cinema.

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For your chance to win RIKI-OH: THE STORY OF RICKY on dual format, simply comment below telling us which was the first martial arts movie you ever saw and your thoughts on it.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 5th August 2015 and one valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• The promoter of this competition is Fetch Dynamic Ltd
• The prize will be delivered to the winner within 28 days of confirmation of delivery address
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 1 winner will win 1x Riki Oh: The Story of Ricky on dual format
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. Enter The Dragon is the first that I remember. I thought it was great and it made me really want set of nunchucks! Bruce Lee is obviously amazing in this performance.

  2. I have loved Martial Art films ever since I saw Jackie Chan’s Armour of God, way back in the early 90s.

  3. Enter the dragon was the first martial arts film or any foreign film that i had watched because i remember being told that bruce lee was the best karate fighter in the world

  4. Not a film, but I hope this counts….
    Monkey (the original TV series) I grew up watching and loving this TV show. Way ahead of it’s time and as mad as a wet hen

  5. Enter the Dragon and I was transfixed and amazed by the story line of the mysterious island and marital arts contest; and the brilliant skills of Bruce Lee. I’ve loved it ever since.

  6. Enter The Dragon – but unfortunately I only saw it after I had seen Kentucky Fried Movie so it lost a lot of its impact

  7. I can still remember going to see the original Karate Kid at the cinema as an 11-year old, and I’ve not tired of seeing it ever since. Everything works – the casting is spot in, it’s well written, the soundtrack is perfect and it’s immensely quotable. Classic film-making.

  8. I was tempted to change the answer to something cooler, but the first martial arts movie I saw was China O’Brien with Cynthia Rothrock and I loved it! I’d always avoided martial arts movies after seeing a rubbish TvVseries in the 80’s starring Lee Van Cleef (!) as a Ninja. Imagine my delight after watching the frankly rubbish China O’Brien and then checking some of her earlier Hong Kong movies, which led me to Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan’s early movies! Those were the days!

  9. Enter the Dragon. My brother is a huge Bruce Lee fan and persuaded me to watch it. No one has ever come close to his skills and the film was excellent.

  10. Enter The Dragon: I was quite young and was blown away as up until then I thought John Carradine in Kung Fu was the “only” martial artist!

  11. Karate Kid and when I was young I remember thinking it was really inspiring…up there with Rocky 😉 The thought that any weak little kid could stand up to so many bullies was a real boost to nerds like me. x

  12. it was rumble in the bronx when i was a kid. i just didn’t get it. i didn’t understand why the dubbing was so bad and i couldn’t work out if it was supposed to be a action movie or a comedy. i don’t even think i finished watching it. i was a kid though. not my fault. when i got a bit older i got into jackie chan and hong kong cinema properly, although i have still never rewatched rumble in the bronx.

  13. The Karate Kid (the original) – I thought it was the best fighting I had ever seen ( keep in mind I was only about nine at the time). I still love it though.

  14. The first I ever saw was in the early seventies, a movie produced by the Shaw Brothers. The New One-Armed Swordsman was the title and I thought it was awesome I watched it 3 times in that week.

  15. The first martial arts film that I saw was Crouching Tiger,Hidden Dragon and I loved both the story and the brilliant action scenes

  16. Big Boss with Bruce Lee, It was an ok film not one of his best as with alot of people on here Enter The Dragon is my greatest Bruce Lee movie.

  17. Gang Wars (or Devils Express)!!
    A complete over the top cheese fest from 1976. Martial arts, gangs and a chinese monster in New York?
    Saw it in the 80’s via the wonder of VHS.

    • We have that somewhere – I read your comment out to my husband and now he’s planning on tearing the house apart looking for it, lol

  18. Fists of Fury – and my husband has just said The Seven Samurai, in Japanese with English subtitles, black and white. He loved it.

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