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  • Actors: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lawrence Taylor, Lloyd Battista, Carlos Gómez, Manol Manolov
  • Directors: Ringo Lam
  • Writers: Eric James Virgets, Jorge Alvarez
  • Producers: Avi Lerner, Boaz Davidson, Danny Dimbort, Danny Lerner, David Varod
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Hindi
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 20 Oct. 2003
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000BV1K8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,591 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Kyle Lord (Jean-Claude Van Damme - Universal Soldier, Time Cop) is arrested and convicted for the vigilante killing of his wife’s murderer. Kyle must survive life in a maximum security prison where inmates are made to battle to their death in a brutal, no holds barred fight called "The Shu" for the wardens’ entertainment and profit. Kyle fights his oppressors and is quickly sent to "The Shu" where his unbridled rage catapults him to the victor’s circle. Kyle has become one of the monsters he despises and must now battle within himself to survive!

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Yowza! This one came as a big surprise. Just when you think your favourite Blegian Bruiser is down and out, he bounces back with a doozy. This entry, directed by his longtime cohort Ringo Lam is a crazed throwback to those hardcore smackdowns of yesteryear with enough brutal bone crunching to please even the most grizzled of action fanatic.

Kyle LeBlanc (Van Dammage on fine form) is working in Russia when his wife is murdered. Once the killer is set free on a technicality, Kyle is incensed and takes the law into his own hands - gunning him down. Things don't get better for our hero as he's sent to a prison where a sadistic warden amuses himself by putting on fights between the inmates. As Kyle slides deeper and deeper into the maddened culture of his surroundings, his humanity is tested to the limit and with real screentime development (which is a first for this subgenre), he's forced to reckon with not only his animalistic nature, but also the last remaining semblance of peace within himself. Before its too late.

This SHOULD be a dreadful film: Its direct to video, has a low budget and a story we've seen a million times before. But lo and behold, its truly not. Fused with an amazingly honest performance from Van Dammage and tight as a drum direction by Lam - the film makes you actually feel the plight of the character. Van Dammage is both honest and raw (way before his standout turn in 'JCVD') and one cannot help but feel for his characters' demise as the film progresses... Kudos also to the supporting cast who add layers to Van Dammages' tormented hero. Eric James Virgets and Jorge Alvarez's screenplay evokes the lean masculinity of Walter Hill and Sam Pekinpah - yet never shortchanges the audience with just another 'Kickboxer' clone.
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By A Customer on 2 Nov. 2003
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This movie was a great suprise and deserved a cinema release. Much better than "The Order" and "Derailed" Jean Claudes last outings.
After Van Damme is locked up in a Russian prison for the vigilante killing of his wifes murderer he must fight for his life and his sanity. A failed suicide bid inside leaves Kyle (Van damme) only one option but to carry on his battle against corrupt wardens, potential rapists and tough opponents in the prisons fighting tournament. The fighting is great and intense but there is no fancy high kicks (martial arts fans will be dissapointed)and slow motion shots, infact the fighting takes a back seat to the story which moves along at a fast pace with little time to get bored. Overall brutal reality, a good ending and a superb performance from van Damme make this a movie to enjoy by die hard fans and anyone else who fancies watching a tense thriller.
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Not a big fan of van damme but strangely - do like this film.
Brief synopsis: A man must survive a prison where hardened criminals battle to the death for the wardens' entertainment.
Arrived quickly.
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Format: Blu-ray
I enjoy this prison film. Jean Claude-Van Damme doesn`t do much kicking, but i feelt the fight scenes was realistic and bloody. The story isn`t new, but it works fine. I think Damme did a pretty good acting job.

Picture quality: 4/5

This Blu-ray had pretty good quality in my opinion. No use of DNR that i could see. Strong colours and details. Nothing wrong with it.

Audio quality: 4/5

I remember the DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 audio track was good.

Film: 4/5
Overall: 4/5
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Post the release of Timecop in 1994, or arguably Sudden Death the year after, Jean Claude Van Damme has churned out sub-standard actioners that even his undemanding fans have struggled to praise. His career reaching a nadir with the quite dreadful Derailed in 2002. He was literally stuck in the kind of straight to DVD hell that Steven Seagal has been in for the last 15 years. So it was something of a surprise to find that this 2003 film bucked the trend considerably. Now this is no rocket science head scratcher for the action genre fan, it's riddled with prison movie clichés and is as unoriginal as it gets. But it finds Van Damme filling out a role with more depth than the standard beefcake hero roles he was doing in his sleep. If this was a shift that he personally chose to do after having enough of the "for the money only films?" I'm not quite sure, but the result is a brutalistic action piece that contains possibly his second best performance after the critically praised JCVD in 2008.

The plot is simplicity extreme, Van Damme stars as Kyle LeBlanc, who along with his wife is residing in Russia due to work commitments. His wife is raped and murdered and Kyle is aghast as the Russian courts free the culprit on technicalities and bribery sweeteners. He's not having that so promptly guns down the man and gets sent to a hell hole prison for life. Here violence and sexual assault are the order of the day, with the governor happy to put on brutal fights to the death purely for his, and his friends, entertainment. Kyle is not a violent man but he's forced to become violent just to survive.

Yes it's a pretty formulaic as it sounds, you could run thru about ten prison based movies and find the best bits of them used in here. But it does work because of Van Damme's character.
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