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How did You find Steven?

Kotegashi

Master Of Disaster
Staff member
#3
Saw him in Nico (Above The Law) way back after it's got released in Holland on VHS...been fan ever since and have seen all of his movie to about 4 years ago. Then it got a little bit too bad for my taste. Can still really enjoy his earlier work and especially his aikido.

Don't like his attitude, persona, movies and his martial arts these days very much. Should have stayed true to himself like back in the day.
 
#4
I think probably the first film was under Siege 2, some friends had it on VHS and I was like "who is he?" and we watched it. Then caught a few of his other big 90s hits and over the years watched more, but it's like this last 3/4 years I've really delved into his career and watch and boguht most stuff, the good and the bad haha. He amuses me, entertains me, frustrates me at times with his lack of effort in some of the crap he's in, but overall it's a guilty pleasure haha.
 
#5
I saw his first movie, Above the Law, in the theaters back in the late 80's. Of course, I didn't know who he was at the time - I went because the great Henry Silva and Pam Grier were co-stars! Didn't see anything else until Exit Wounds, then went back and picked up everything on DVD and have been following since - through the good and not so good DTV days. At 68, he may be near the end of his film career, but I hope he has a few more left :cool:
 

DiDa

Super Moderator
Staff member
#6
I first saw him when I was 10 years old when I was a big fan of Schwarzenegger and all those action movies. My nephew had a lot of movies and told me to watch THIS movie because he knew I loved action movies. THIS movie was Hard To Kill. I immediately liked Steven's charisma and action style. It was something different and refreshing and I started to look for his earlier movies and loved them. From that point on I was a fan.
 

Administrator

Administrator
Staff member
#7
Saw him in Nico (Above The Law) way back after it's got released in Holland on VHS...been fan ever since and have seen all of his movie to about 4 years ago. Then it got a little bit too bad for my taste. Can still really enjoy his earlier work and especially his aikido.

Don't like his attitude, persona, movies and his martial arts these days very much. Should have stayed true to himself like back in the day.
Pretty much same for me, it was rental copy of Nico. I remember going to video shop on day of release of On Deadly Ground too to get the VHS video. :D Had all the movies up to The Patriot on VHS, my favourite was my Nico/Hard To Kill/Out For Justice boxset. This one - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nico-Hard-Kill-Out-Justice/dp/B00004CNR6

Have seen Under Siege 2, The Glimmer Man and Executive Decision at the cinema when i was at university via free tickets. Think i went to see Under Siege 2 about 3 times, the surround sound was brilliant for it.
 
#8
Pretty much same for me, it was rental copy of Nico. I remember going to video shop on day of release of On Deadly Ground too to get the VHS video. :D Had all the movies up to The Patriot on VHS, my favourite was my Nico/Hard To Kill/Out For Justice boxset. This one - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nico-Hard-Kill-Out-Justice/dp/B00004CNR6

Have seen Under Siege 2, The Glimmer Man and Executive Decision at the cinema when i was at university via free tickets. Think i went to see Under Siege 2 about 3 times, the surround sound was brilliant for it.
I still have a bunch of movies on VHS....those that are so obscure to never have had a DVD release:rolleyes:
 
#10
Seagal films? which ones never got at least a DVD release?
I know some are DVD only and some are Bluray only...never seen any VHS only.
I was talking in general terms only, not specifically about Seagal movies...a lot of films released on VHS back in the day have never gotten a release on DVD - although some are now available through streaming and on-demand. Sorry for being too vague..:eek:
 

J.Lucas

Active Member
#11
I was talking in general terms only, not specifically about Seagal movies...a lot of films released on VHS back in the day have never gotten a release on DVD - although some are now available through streaming and on-demand. Sorry for being too vague..:eek:
Oh those...yeah I have a box full of those kinds too.