Cast Member: Wong Ching-Ho
Disciples Of The 36th ChamberMar 8, 2015
‘Disciples Of The 36th Chamber’ is a quality film; from the choreography to Liu Chia-Liang’s artistically composed frames, this is a more sophisticated kung fu film.
How To Choose A Royal BrideMar 26, 2015
Some may not like ‘How To Choose A Royal Bride’ because of the episodic nature of the story but this is some fun if rather slight entertainment.
Invincible ShaolinMar 30, 2015
Chang Cheh weaves intrigue into the plot along with a clear sense of humanity and even humour.
Legendary Weapons Of ChinaApr 11, 2015
‘Legendary Weapons of China’ loses impetus when it concentrates on the distracting sub-plot involving Fu Sheng’s kung-fu charlatan, but it is still a refined entry in the genre.
Lion Vs. LionApr 13, 2015
‘Lion vs. Lion’ is so frustrating because when it’s good, it’s superb. Sadly the focus tends to be on the comedic aspects of the film which range from the amusing to the banal.
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.
Return To The 36th ChamberMay 17, 2015
‘The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin’ was a definite achievement in the genre, but this follow-up has its own charm as well.
Shaolin And Wu TangMay 3, 2022
There are some plot holes that become apparent as the film continues, but good quality action and a fine cast cover a multitude of sins.
Shaolin MantisMay 23, 2015
Although ‘Shaolin Mantis’ is a well made and above average, it undoubtedly disappoints when compared with Liu Chia-Liang’s best work.
Shaolin RescuersMay 23, 2015
Although an above average kung-fu flick (as you’d expect from Chang Cheh) this is one of the weakest of the Venoms films.
Temple Of The Red LotusJun 9, 2015
At the end of the day, ‘Temple Of The Red Lotus’ works as more of a historical artefact than a genuinely exciting swordplay feature.
Ten Tigers Of KwantungJun 10, 2015
The final word is that this is highly recommended for the teaming of fifteen or so of the top stars of the Shaw Brothers era. As a stand-alone production though, ‘Ten Tigers Of Kwantung’ is not Chang Cheh’s best.