Bloodsport 4: The Dark Kumite
- 1 hr 40 min
Agent John Keller (Daniel Bernhardt) is one of the best known Kumite players in his class, however, when it comes to finishing the job by completing the "kill", he draws the line. After competing in an underground fight, Keller and Blaire are back on the job, when they get a call about shots fired. As Keller approaches the gunman, he is surprised by the face of the man holding the gun against a hostage to be none other that Schrek, someone he put away years earlier, and one that had reportedly been executed. The vehicle carrying Schrek had managed to pick up a flat, and he quickly overpowered the guards in order to facilitate an escape. Fuego Penal has a reputation of being the most dangerous prison system around, so when inmates end up missing, including a lack of accountability for the ones that died, Captain Anderson decides that his department needs to take a closer look. Keller is given the green light to go in undercover to investigate the unanswered events, but in order to sell his cover, Keller stages an attempt to take the life of his old Nemesis, Schrek. In his attempt at revenge, Keller has to face off with two officers, who he allegedly terminates in the process. Needless to say, John's arrival at Fuego Penal causes quite a stir, however, there are more people that expect his appearance, than those who do not! Blaire is visibly concerned about her partner's safety, but resigns herself to the fact that his agenda will supersede her concerns. He is only there for a few hours when he is tested as to his ability to fight. Elvis Restaino is a contributing writer for this action movie, in addition he also directs it. Look for supporting roles from actors like Derek McGrath as Warden Preston, Christine Marais as Regina and also David Rowe as Billings.