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Blu Review – Fit to Kill (Mill Creek Entertainment)

Director – Andy Sidaris (Hard Ticket to Hawaii, Guns)
Starring – Dona Speir (Do or Die, Picasso Trigger), Roberta Vasquez (Hard Hunted, The Rookie), and Julie Strain (Day of the Warrior, Psycho Cop Returns)
Release Date – 1993
Rating – 3/5
Blu Release – 3.5/5

Tagline – “They’re fearless”

…and just like that my Andy Sidaris marathon is over. This is the last film that I have of the Andy Sidaris films on blu from Mill Creek Entertainment. So far I’ve taken a look at Malibu Express, Hard Ticket to Hawaii, Picasso Trigger, Savage Beach, Guns, Do or Die, Hard Hunted, and now I end with Fit to Kill. Malibu Express is my favorite by far but they all have their own redeeming qualities. I can’t be too sad because I hear that two more Andy Sidaris blus are on their way here from Mill Creek so expect those reviews very soon!

**Spoiler Alert** The film, yet again, follows agents Donna (Speir) and Nicole (Vasquez) as they work together with crime boss Kane to find a diamond that was recently stolen. The diamond is meant to be a peace offering to Russia after it was stolen several decades ago by Nazis and has now fell in the hands of some jewel thieves. **Spoiler Alert**

I really enjoy these films and Fit to Kill is no exception. However, these movies should never be binged watched no matter how much you love trashy cinema. One of two on occasion is fun but if you do like I did and watch a handful in one sitting then you will find out just how repetitive these truly are.

The acting in this one is very similar to Hard Hunted. Speir and Vasquez, along with the other hard bodies, do a solid job. They show of their bodies and deliver those cheesy action one liners than many of us love so much. However, Geoffrey Moore once again steals the show. His performance is above everyone else’s in the film. He does a fantastic job and I hope he makes appearances in other Sidaris films. The story for this one is more of a direct sequel to Hard Hunted but is still part of the other films from Hard Ticket to now. We do get some more fun stuff added to this one that does make it stand out from the previous films but for the most part it is still pretty repetitive.

Finally, this one has no blood and gore as you suspected. However, we do get plenty of boobs and random sex scenes at the most inopportune times. Overall, Fit to Kill is far from perfect but god damn is it fun. If you look cheesy action flicks with some sleaze then you will want to add this one to your collection. The blu from Mill Creek looks fucking amazing and I recommend it.

Special Features
Intro with Andy Sidaris and Julie Strain
Commentary
Behind the Scenes
Trailer

Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.