Cast Member: Lung Fei
A Massacre SurvivorApr 11, 2022
‘A Massacre Survivor’ features an always watchable Shih Szu as the heroine. Unfortunately, she’s one of the few characters to get much polish.
Born InvincibleFeb 25, 2015
‘Born Invincible’ contains what many consider to be Carter Wong’s strongest performance; playing the crazed Chi Kung master, Wong enjoys every minute of his scenery chewing role.
Kung Fu Of Eight DrunkardsApr 4, 2015
‘Kung Fu of Eight Drunkards’ is interchangeable with most of the other independent productions of the time, the same strengths and weaknesses again apparent.
Kung Pow: Enter The FistApr 4, 2015
If you get a giggle out of fart jokes and squeaky voices then it may well be the movie for you, but I imagine most will be better suited looking elsewhere.
Master Of The Flying GuillotineApr 21, 2015
It’s hard not to be drawn into director Wang Yu’s eccentric world with its almost Python-esque techniques and fights.
My Life’s On The LineMay 3, 2015
For everyone looking for a fight-filled evening’s entertainment, ‘My Life’s On The Line’ will satisfy even the most jaded viewer.
One Armed Swordsman Against Nine KillersMay 9, 2015
A few moments of Wang Yu madness creep into the film to enliven things, but this is mostly a hard slog to get through.
One-Armed BoxerMay 29, 2021
‘One-Armed Boxer’, while a little rough around the edges, has lost none of its crazy energy and still packs an almighty bloody punch with its almost non-stop 90 minutes of martial arts fight action.
The 7 GrandmastersMay 22, 2015
It’s a pity that ‘The Seven Grandmasters’ is nearly a classic, but not quite. The reason it falls short and the reason why many of Kuo’s features stumble in the same way is the ending.
The Buddha AssassinatorFeb 27, 2015
‘The Buddha Assassinator’ offers little new in terms of storyline or narrative twists. What it does offer though is some top-quality action from a very able set of actors and another classic stand-off between hero and villain.
The CavalierMay 28, 2015
‘The Cavalier’ is a below par effort from Joseph Kuo, a director who should know better.
The Idiot SwordsmanMar 28, 2015
‘The Idiot Swordsman’ is a disappointing use of cast and concept, choosing to tread very tired ground rather than explore the full potential of the story.