Bloodmoon is an action film that was released in 1997. The film’s main character is a man by the name of Det. Ken O'Hara who is a retired detective, and also a martial arts enthusiast. The detective becomes involved in a case involving a martial arts master who has been killing athletes in a variety of different events with the use of his murderously strong fingers. This allows for the master to kill persons in front of a crowd of thousands of people, and spectators seem to flock to the macabre shows. The detective decides to come out of retirement in order to show that the master is actually killing persons intentionally. This climaxes with the detective coming into the ring with him. Bloodmoon was directed by Siu-Hung Leung, and it was written by Keith W. Strandberg. The main character Det. Ken O'Hara is played by Gary Daniels. It also features performances by Chuck Jeffreys and Frank Gorshin.