Cast Member: Ku Feng
An Amorous Woman Of Tang DynastyDec 17, 2017
Somewhat frustrating due to its fractured narrative, yet compelling within its aesthetic and themes, Eddie Fong’s directorial debut remains a unique experiment of its era.
CagemanFeb 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.
Chicken And Duck TalkFeb 28, 2015
Hui delivers an always watchable and occasionally hilarious production that works on a number of different levels.
Clans Of IntrigueMar 1, 2015
However challenging – and at times frustrating – this swordplay drama is, there’s nonetheless enough reasons to stay watching and endure to the conclusion.
Come Drink With MeMar 1, 2015
‘Come Drink With Me’ has convinced me of King Hu’s mastery of film-making and I would certainly consider his work here to be almost equal to the best of Chang Cheh and Liu Chia-Liang.
Darkside Of ChinatownMar 5, 2015
A movie worth seeing if you need bringing down a peg or two, but not recommended for those with a depressive nature.
Death DuelMar 6, 2015
‘Death Duel’ is a bleak, nihilistic swordplay film that embodies all of the qualities that one expects from a Chor Yuen adaptation of a Gu Long story.
Gang MasterJun 13, 2021
It’s not that it isn’t enjoyable – there is plenty to savour here – but considering the talent available on both sides of the lens, it is mildly frustrating.
God Of GamblersJun 21, 2021
Much like a television movie version of ‘God of Gamblers’, but stripped of many of the elements that made the original work, this 2020 unofficial update is low budget and low entertainment value.
Have Sword, Will TravelMar 23, 2015
Fine performances, good cinematography and a well-paced storyline – despite the difficulty on my part to pick out its failings – will offer most viewers a rewarding 100 minutes of entertainment.
Heroes Shed No TearsMar 24, 2015
‘Heroes Shed No Tears’ is the kind of complex swordplay film that was attempted after the demise of the Shaw Brothers movie making empire, but often lacked the skilled control that Chor Yuen offered.
Hong Kong 1941Mar 25, 2015
‘Hong Kong 1941’ is a powerful and moving study of the effects of war on the ordinary person and the strains of such pressure on any friendship.