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.
Big Tits ZombieFeb 23, 2015
Boobs and blood can be a fun distraction but they aren’t enough to make up for a complete lack of anything else.
Chanbara StripteaseFeb 28, 2015
‘Chanbara Striptease’ is about topless women fighting with swords of which it has many scenes of, so if you want to see such a thing, then watch this film.
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’.
Escape From BrothelMar 10, 2015
‘Escape from Brothel’ may sound like it would a wild trashy romp but is in fact a grimy and often depressive trip through Hong Kong sleaze.
Girl On FireMar 17, 2015
Not the best Hong Kong exploitation flick out there and far too lethargic and serious to recommend as over-the-top fun.
Girl With The Long HairDec 24, 2017
The film itself is relatively well paced, shoehorning in equal helpings of genuinely amusing comedy set-pieces and soft-focus “cheeky moments”, seemingly flittering by in what feels like no time.
House Of The DamnedMay 21, 2018
‘House of the Damned’ is just another of the numerous B-grade horror entries that emerged from the late-nineties, albeit sexed up with lashings of gratuitous nudity and as loud, crude and unruly as any of its peers.
Indecent WomanMay 1, 2020
No Category III classic assuredly, but certainly a pleasantly sexy diversion that makes for pain-free viewing.
Lust, CautionApr 18, 2015
The pace, the emphasis on spy procedure rather than spy spectacle and the often graphic nature of some scenes may not be to everyone’s taste but ‘Lust, Caution’ is a challenging film made for adults.
RobotrixMay 18, 2015
An extremely dated Category III exploitation flick that, a few nasty bits aside, is more camp than cool.
The Call-GirlsOct 19, 2017
It entertains, titillates and amuses, as well as throws in a hint of social commentary as afterthought, but it’s a giddy, gaudy way to spend some time, providing of course that the subject matter itself doesn’t offend one’s sensibilities to begin with.