Donnie Yen is a badass, plain and simple. He's had a bit of Hollywood exposure thanks to roles in Blade 2 and Shanghai Knights, but he's best known for his martial arts movies like Ip Man, Hero, Dragon Tiger Gate and Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen. Basically, if you need someone to play a stoic family man who doesn't like a life of violence but is perfectly capable of one, call Donnie Yen.
His latest film, Dragon (aka Wu Xia), hit Blu-ray and DVD this week, and it's one of his best in years. Yen plays a simple worker in a paper mill who ends up being in the wrong place at the wrong time and is forced to fend off a pair of trained killers. A local detective doesn't buy that he'd be capable of such a feat, though, and thinks Yen must be hiding from a deadly past. Think of it a period-piece, martial arts version of a History of Violence and you're not too far off of the setup.
But don't take our word for how cool the movie is, you can actually see so for yourself. Radius TWC has provided us with not only a clip from one of the film's fight scenes, but we've also been given five copies of the Blu-ray to pass along to readers. So if you live in the continental U.S., are over 17 (it's rated R, after all), and would like a copy of Dragon on Blu-ray, just leave a comment below. Please do not post your mailing info publicy; we'll contact the randomly selected winners for that.