Cast Member: Wang Han-Chen
Crazy SexNov 13, 2017
Fans of Shirley Yu and Chen Ping or lurid seventies Chinese sex-comedies will find some rewarding nuggets of enjoyment within ‘Crazy Sex’.
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.
Mad Monkey Kung FuApr 18, 2015
‘Mad Monkey Kung Fu’ features an excellent cast, first-rate action, an absorbing plot and a powerful soundtrack – more than enough reasons to recommend this to any true film fan.
Operation ScorpioJul 8, 2015
This film has been elevated to cult status in recent years and has become a huge favourite with a world-wide audience. All of this is thoroughly deserved.
Super PowerJun 5, 2015
While it’s about as textbook as late 70s early 80s kung fu flicks can get, ‘Super Power’ is a slick fight action flick.
Swordsman And EnchantressJun 6, 2015
While I normally find myself quite happy to suspend disbelief for a Gu Long/Chor Yuen collaboration, ‘Swordsman And Enchantress’ is a real test of my patience.
The 36th Chamber Of ShaolinJul 3, 2015
Liu Chia Liang’s ‘The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin’ is an important cinematic moment and remains influential not just in Hong Kong film-making, but also globally.
The Flag Of IronMar 14, 2015
‘Flag Of Iron’ is a good film in nearly all of its departments and therefore earns a strong recommendation.
The Legend Of The 7 Golden VampiresApr 6, 2015
‘The Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires’ doesn’t exactly set the world alight in either of its attempted genres, but it does remain a fun curio for fans of both studios that certainly still sports some old school charm.
The MasterJul 3, 2015
Though containing enough reasons to warrant a viewing, ‘The Master’ is still not as polished as the better films being made by the studio at the time.
The Rebel IntrudersApr 3, 2015
Alongside ‘Invincible Shaolin’, ‘The Rebel Intruders’ ranks as one of the best of the Venoms’ films and one of their most realised.
The Web Of DeathJun 25, 2015
‘The Web Of Death’ would be a four-star film but (and it is a big ‘but’!) for the preposterous sight of seeing the heroes fleeing from a green spider.