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1980 104 Mins Audio: English MPA Maturity Rating Motion Picture Association Maturity Rating: R BBFC Maturity Rating British Board of Film Classification Maturity Rating: 15 Maturity Rating 16+

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Watch The Octagon (1980) online The Octagon is a 1980 movie with a runtime of 104 minutes. Director Eric Karson, Cast Chuck Norris, Karen Carlson, Lee Van Cleef,


Scott James, a veteran martial arts expert, is recruited as the protector of the wealthy and beautiful Justine after she becomes the target of a ninja clan. When Scott finds out that his ruthless arch-nemesis, McCarn , is involved with the stealthy and dangerous criminals, he is eager to settle old scores. Soon Scott is facing off against McCarn and the entire ninja horde in an effort to take them all down. Currently you are able to watch "The Octagon " streaming on we platform.

Adventure, Action, Thriller,


martial arts, assassin, terrorist, fight, vigilante, revenge, ninja, massacre, one against many, warrior, neo-noir, action hero,

The Octagon Parent guide

MPAA Reason

BBFC Reason
Contains strong violence

BBFC Ratings info

Maturity Rating Reason

Sex & Nudity
Sex & Nudity Reason
Rated R for Strong Martial Arts Violence and Brief Sensuality/Nudity. Sexual innuendo. Several male characters with shirts off. Woman takes off shirt revealing nudity from the side and then kisses main character. However, you can't see her nipple and lasts for only a brief second.

Violence & Gore
Violence & Gore Reason
Many fighting scenes. People getting killed at close range with bullet penetration wounds, blood splatter, and a woman being stabbed. Also, many dead people with bloody wounds. In this film people are murdered by: guns, knives, strangulation, throwing stars, poison dart, throat slash, falling after being shot, swords, drowning, broken neck, burning to death, and a cross bow.

Profanity Reason
12 "h" words 3 "a" words 9 "d" words 4 "b" words 4 "s" words 2 uses of "bastard"

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
Many scenes with alcohol but not consumed on screen: Margarita, Scotch, Vodka, Wine, Champagne, and beer. There is a scene where the main character points out that another character is drunk. Several patrons at bars in various scenes drinking alcohol. Man smoking a cigar in a couple scenes. No drugs.

Frightening & Intense Scenes
Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
There are many violent scenes of people dying and crying out in pain. In one scene a ninja holds the point of his sword to the throat of another man and is told not to kill him.

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