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A team of undercover narcotics agents is conducting an investigation when things mysteriously begin to go haywire. One by one, the squad members are eliminated by an assassin. To help identify the karate killer, the police enlist the aid of karate champion, Matt Logan (Chuck Norris). Initially disinterested, he is galvanized into action when his adopted son is killed by the villains. He eventually tracks down the serial killer (Bill Wallace), a traitor within the police force, and brings his reign of terror to an end in a no holds barred climactic karate battle between the two men.
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At the time this was released you could see that the 6 time undefeated World Karate Champion was still struggling with his actual acting but he more than makes up for it with his actions and lets face it with Chuck that's what most fans want.I'm just starting to replace all of my CN videos with their DVD equivalents as I find them and as this has always been one of my personal favorites it was the first.More will follow as there's nothing better than a good old Chuck film.Plenty of action without the gratuitous sex and bad language of more modern films.
Bluray looks surprising good for a budget film of this age. Picture is sharp and clear, even during night scenes. Audio has plenty of punch in the action scenes. Certainly a worthy upgrade to consider if you already have the DVD.
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The Blu-ray quality is very nice it gets a 4/5, but the sound which you can have in 5.1 DTS Master Audio is awful, it was that bad I turned it off and changed it to 2.0 Stereo, now I did have to turn my sound system up but it was ten times better. But still this is a great film.
You get 45 minutes of bonus features.
Still, the Blu-ray offers a decent widescreen transfer and good extras: a making of featurette that covers the replacement of original director Ted Post after he dropped out in pre-production and replacement director Paul Aaron's rewrites of the ailing Tidyman's script, a somewhat self-congratulatory documentary on the rise and fall of exploitation producers American Cinema, from the days when they were a small outfit practically taking their films around from cinema to cinema and scraping money together from tax shelter investors to their downfall after getting too big too fast, a director's commentary, TV spot and theatrical trailer.
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