• A Fistful Of Talons

    Mar 13, 2015

    Perhaps Billy Chong’s most polished and constantly entertaining film, ‘A Fistful Of Talons’ takes a well-used storyline and turns it into something much more original.

  • Aces Go Places II

    Feb 16, 2015

    The formula that made the original so successful has naturally remained untampered, but the scope of effects and stunts clearly expanded.

  • All The Wrong Spies

    Feb 16, 2015

    Despite the weakness of its central performance, ‘All The Wrong Spies’ does incorporate the zest of the Cinema City films that dominated the early 80s.

  • Bastard Swordsman

    Feb 21, 2015

    This is a hugely entertaining film that undoubtedly ranks as one of the best that the swordplay genre has to offer.

  • Demon Of The Lute

    Mar 6, 2015

    Mainstream Hong Kong cinema has often embraced the bizarre and the baffling, but ‘Demon Of The Lute’ may be a step too far for many.

  • Duel To The Death

    Mar 9, 2015

    ‘Duel To The Death’ is ostentatious proof director Ching Siu Tung is not someone merely told where to put the camera.

  • Fantasy Mission Force

    Mar 11, 2015

    ‘Fantasy Mission Force’ is a ridiculous film, but if you think you’ve seen every curio that Eastern cinema has to offer, this is worth watching.

  • Fast Fingers

    Mar 11, 2015

    While ‘Fast Fingers’ may be seen as a combination of kung-fu and comedy, it is more memorable for being an amalgam of the sublime and the ridiculous.

  • Golgo 13: The Professional

    Mar 21, 2015

    ‘Golgo 13: The Professional’ is a truly genre-defining anime classic that is as exciting today as it was back in the 1980s.

  • Hong Kong Playboys

    Mar 25, 2015

    This is not a comic masterpiece and doesn’t amuse in quite the manner that it imagines it does, but with a leading man of Fu Sheng’s calibre this is almost to be forgiven.

  • Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing?

    May 11, 2015

    There’s no doubt that much is wrong with ‘Papa, Can You Hear Me Sing?’, but there’s also an undeniable power of never quite knowing how the narrative will turn out.

  • Project A

    May 16, 2015

    Using the conventions of the 30’s Hollywood swashbucklers mixed with his insane stunts and sublime fight action, Chan produced one of his best ever films.

  • Roving Swordsman

    May 19, 2015

    It may be a routine swordplay flick that ambles along with little revolutionary, but ‘Roving Swordsman’ is nonetheless watchable enough to warrant a purchase.

  • Shaolin Intruders

    May 23, 2015

    ‘Shaolin Intruders’ doesn’t offer any of the genre-defining moments that leap out of the true masterpieces of the genre.

  • Shaolin Vs. Lama

    May 24, 2015

    ‘Shaolin Vs. Lama’ is a notch above most Taiwanese chop sockies simply because Lee Tso-Nam knows how to keep it interesting.

  • Shaolin Vs. Ninja

    May 24, 2015

    The fight scenes are about the film’s only saving grace but even they aren’t enough to make it a worthwhile watch.

  • The Champions

    Feb 28, 2015

    By the time the end credits start to run, there is the definite feeling that strong potential has been wasted.

  • Winners And Sinners

    Jun 28, 2015

    ‘Winners And Sinners’ may disappoint viewers if they’re expecting to see a Jackie Chan film, but if you appreciate the talents of any of the main actors involved then you are definitely in for a treat.

  • Zu: Warriors From The Magic Mountain

    Jul 1, 2015

    While those unfamiliar with its history may find fault with the now-dated effects, it remains a credit to everyone involved that ‘Zu’ still looks fresh almost 20 years after it was first conceived.