In case you haven't been closely following the career of Will Smith's son, Jaden, he's starring in a "Karate Kid" remake with Jackie Chan, slated to be released on June 11. Although Chan is pretty awesome, we're not sure his performance will be able to compare to Pat Morita's original performance as Mr. Miyagi.

Indeed, true "Karate Kid" connoisseurs are looking forward instead to May 11, when "The Karate Kid I & II" will be released in an exclusive two-disc Blu-ray Collector's Edition Box. It's basically a box of power, awesomeness and crane kicks -- almost as exciting as Asylum's exclusive interview with the original karate kid, Ralph Macchio.

Asylum is giving away one box set to a lucky reader. To enter the contest, just leave your answer to this question in the comments below: Which film do you think has more ass-kicking essence -- the 1984 original, the sequel from '86, or the upcoming remake?

Read on for the fine print and to debate the greatness.

Asylum's Karate Kid Blu-Ray giveaway is open only to legal residents of the 50 United States, the District of Columbia and Canada (excluding Quebec) who are 18 and older. To enter, please leave a comment at the bottom of this post. You must enter before 6:00 pm Eastern Time on May 13. You may enter once per email address, and one winner will be selected in a random drawing. The prize pack will include the following item: (Approximate total retail value $27.96) one Blu-ray copy of "The Karate Kid I" and "The Karate Kid II." Click here for complete Official Rules.