Jean-Claude Van Damme's had quite the career and at 55 and almost sixty films to his name, he's killed a lot of people. A LOT.
In fact, he's killed so many people on screen that it would actually take almost a half hour to condense them all down - and that's just what editor Benjamin Combes has done.
Gleaning Van Damme's best kills from early hits such as Cyborg all the way up to the actually brilliant JCVD, Combes collated and collected a whopping THIRTY HUNDRED AND NINETY-THREE KILLS from the Muscles from Brussels.
There were rules, of course.
1. Guns, blades and projectiles always kill unless otherwise depicted
2. Close proximity explosions kill unless otherwise depicted
3. Indirect kills as a result of an explicit action by JCVD count
4. Kills must occur on screen
5. Dream sequences, fantasies or movies within a movie count. If it's on screen, it's a kill.
6. People that are killed more than once count each time.
7. If you hear the neck break, it's a kill
We especially like the final one because if there's one thing JCVD does, it's snap necks. Anyway, here's the video. Check the description for the soundtrack, because it's pretty dang cool.