Cast Member: Chin Siu-Ho
72 Tenants Of ProsperityJul 19, 2015
With a welcome big screen appearance by Anita Yuen and an all-star rendition of Sam Hui’s beloved ’Private Eyes’ theme, this celebration of Hong Kong is an unpretentious distraction.
A Battle Of WitsFeb 21, 2015
‘A Battle Of Wits’ is that rare work that is exciting, tense and yet is an introspective on the violence, war and conformity.
Crazy Shaolin DisciplesMar 3, 2015
While ‘Crazy Shaolin Disciples’ does have a few merits, I’d have to say that there is far better available elsewhere.
Demon Of The LuteMar 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.
Fast FingersMar 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.
Fist Of LegendMar 13, 2015
In my opinion, this is Jet Li’s best work as he carries the film well, performing brilliantly in the films numerous fight sequences.
House Of The Rising SonsJun 27, 2020
It’s a solid study of the strains that sudden fame has on friendship, especially when the screaming girls and management team are favouring two members over the whole five.
Masked AvengersApr 21, 2015
Although this isn’t the best Venoms film, it certainly isn’t the worst and still features a hundred reasons why it should be recommended viewing.
Mr. VampireMay 1, 2015
This is the definitive comedy horror, which coupled with Sammo Hung’s own ‘Encounter Of The Spooky Kind’ provide the two greatest examples of the genre, and therefore should not be missed.
New Kids In TownMay 4, 2015
This is a modern day martial arts actioner in the style of the 80’s best, and should therefore be sought out by fans of similar fare. It will not disappoint.
Rolls, Rolls I Love YouMay 18, 2015
What this interesting little oddity lacks in thrills and spills it therefore makes up for in good ol’ 80s synth-pop, day-glo, bubble-permed fun.
Tai-Chi MasterJun 8, 2015
Packed full of superbly choreographed fight sequences and sporting solid leading performances, it is definitely one of the finest kung fu movies to emerge from Hong Kong during the 90s.