• A Kid From Tibet

    Apr 3, 2015

    Without a doubt, ‘A Kid From Tibet’ is a hugely enjoyable action comedy that is the perfect showcase for the multi-talented Yuen Biao.

  • A Touch Of Zen

    Jun 15, 2015

    It is a film that deserves to be watched by fans of all genres though and, alongside classics like ‘Come Drink With Me’, acts as a perfect portfolio for the late, great King Hu.

  • All’s Well, Ends Well ’97

    Feb 17, 2015

    Chow Sing-Chi completists may want to seek it out, but everyone else should divert their attention to his many more accomplished films.

  • Bloodsport

    Feb 24, 2015

    What puts it slightly above most is the charisma of a youthful Van Damme coupled with some decent action.

  • Cageman

    Feb 27, 2015

    Jacob Cheung’s celebrated drama is that magical juxtaposition of gritty social commentary and absorbing character study that many lesser directors aspire to replicate.

  • Chocolate Inspector

    Feb 28, 2015

    Comic maestro Michael Hui scores a resounding hit with this fast-paced combination of mirth and mystery.

  • Dragons Forever

    Mar 9, 2015

    Chan and Hung continue to substantiate their legendary status in the cinematic hall of fame, but it is Yuen Biao who really steals the film.

  • Enter The Fat Dragon

    Mar 10, 2015

    ‘Enter the Fat Dragon’ is a warm homage to the man who popularised martial arts cinema around the world.

  • Game Of Death

    Mar 16, 2015

    The brief scenes that actually feature Lee’s original ‘Game Of Death’ footage only help to condemn the rest of this shambolic mess.

  • Game Of Death II

    Mar 16, 2015

    Possibly not for the Bruce Lee purists, but a fantastic old-school flick, which is, another must have.

  • Games Gamblers Play

    Mar 16, 2015

    As an introduction to the Hui brothers or Hong Kong comedy in general, this is a fine starting point.

  • Only Fools Fall In Love

    May 9, 2015

    The over-the-top style that is often associated with this sub-genre of comedy may not be to everyone’s taste, but it remains entertaining and raises the odd chuckle.