YOU COULD’VE BEEN A BLOODFIST MOVIE: The Cinema Drunkie Goes Live With New Website For Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson Fan Podcast
At one point in American movie history the home video market was ripe for the taking with any number of action stars staking their claim and garnering their statuses fan favorites. For fellow action film enthusiast Robb Antequera, that’s where Don “The Dragon” Wilson comes in with a screen career that totals nearly sixty films with several more pending – a resumè bolstered by the franchise success of Terence Winkless’s hit 1989 martial arts thriller, Bloodfist.
Riding the wave of fan fervor following the JCVD-led Bloodsport, the Roger Corman-produced tournament actioner also featured martial arts star Billy Blanks, and led to seven more installments that became a career-maker for Wilson, with lasting viability for his other screen credits and notable action roles. Its lasting effect on martial arts fandom has since remained with Wilson actively engaging fans on social media, as well as podcasters with insightful discussions about his career in sport fighting and cinema.
Antequera himself has contributed to that conversation with his own podcast as of last year with You Could’ve Been A Bloodfist Movie, currently with eight episodes in and as of this week, an official website that pretty much indicates Antequera is more than committed to the Bloodfist fandom…
So, you a fan of “The Dragon”? If ‘Yes’, then take a trip to youcouldvebeenabloodfistmovie.com and dive in!
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