In 1992 several films stood out for the searing urgency with which they addressed American racism and redemption. One was MALCOLM X, maverick director Spike Lee's epic depiction of the slain leader's controversial life. And then there was ... BLOODFIST III: FORCED TO FIGHT. No kidding.
This sequel from the redoubtable Roger Corman's Concorde Pictures may not be scrutinized by pundits, civil rights leaders and social historians for years to come, but BLOODFIST III follows the best B-movie tradition of tackling larger issues and taboos within the framework of exploitation filler.
Actually, this movie has nothing to do with the previous BLOODFIST entries, except al...