Director: Hsu Tseng-Hung
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.
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.
The Sword And The LuteJun 6, 2015
If you enjoyed the previous two films or perhaps have an affinity for the more old fashioned Shaw Brothers movies, then you’ll no doubt find something to appreciate in ‘The Sword And The Lute’.
The Thundering SwordJun 12, 2015
While it hasn’t aged well in comparison to ‘Come Drink With Me’ and even some of Chang Cheh’s early work, it still proves to be a mildly diverting Shaw Brothers’ swordplay film.
The Twin SwordsJun 18, 2015
‘The Twin Swords’ isn’t the type of Shaw Brothers production that will appeal to everyone, mainly due to its fairly dated style that lacks the superior fight choreography.
Twelve Deadly CoinsJun 18, 2015
Perhaps the greatest flaw found within this well-made, yet uninspiring swordplay film is its reliance on theatrical melodrama rather than tension or real emotion.