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‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘Chinese Boxing’ – Review

It’s all come down to this! The biggest, gnarliest and wildest fight on television as the Hop Wei and the Long Zii settle their differences through the way of the fist in the ninth episode of Warrior, ‘Chinese Boxing’. In this breathtaking martial arts duel, our hero Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji) faces off against the […]

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘They Don’t Pay Us Enough to Think’

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘The Blood and the Sh*t’ – Review

Things take a different stride in this latest episode of Warrior, as our hero Ah Sum (Andrew Koji) and his foul-mouthed best friend Young Jun (Jason Tobin), are forced to stretch their legs on the orders of the Tong and find themselves out in the dust bowl of Cowboy country. Episode 5, “The Blood and […]

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘Chinese Boxing’ – Review

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘There’s No China in the Bible’ – Review

The punches keep rolling with episode 2 “There’s No China in the Bible” of Warrior. And they do move fast. As the gang war between the Tong gangs of the Hop Wei and the Long Zii intensifies over the opium trade our hero Ah Sahm finds himself in a most precarious position. The route to […]

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘Chinese Boxing’ – Review

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘The Itchy Onion’ – Review

Warrior has officially arrived and this hard-charging martial arts epic is everything I was hoping for and more. Within seconds of its opening frame, we are introduced to our titular hero Ah Sahm (Andrew Koji), a martial arts prodigy newly arrived from China determined to hunt down a shadow from his past and make the […]

‘Warrior’ – Season 1 – ‘Chinese Boxing’ – Review

Get ready for some fists of fury action with ‘Warrior’

We’ve been waiting for this for a long time and now we finally have our first look at Cinemax’s all-new historical martial arts crime series Warrior. Adapted from the original writings and ideas of martial arts and acting legend Bruce Lee, Warrior really goes for it with dynamic characters, spot on historical production design and […]

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