Release Year: 1972
Duel In The Tiger DenApr 18, 2015
A poor script, uninvolving direction and some tepid fight scenes combine to test even the most forgiving viewer’s patience.
Female Prisoner #701: ScorpionJul 4, 2018
Fans of exploitation cinema as well as students of international cinema and its trends will have solid reward from ‘Female Convict #701: Scorpion’ and the powerful ferocity of the onscreen tale of love, betrayal and revenge it weaves.
Fist Of FuryMar 13, 2015
In all, this is the definitive martial arts movie. An all time classic which is as good as an all round film as it as a Kung Fu flick.
HapkidoMar 22, 2015
A simple storyline that is backed up by an ample supply of martial arts sequences; this is a film that makes no bones about being a showcase for the impressive fighting skills of its lead actors.
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.
Prodigal BoxerMay 16, 2015
By no means unexciting, the choreography still lacks a stylish edge and tends to appear archaic at times. This is compensated by director Chai Ying Min’s brave concentration on the various relationships of the story.
Street MobsterJun 3, 2015
A knockabout punch-up of a movie, ‘Street Mobster’ flamboyantly bloodies the audience’s nose with its raw brutality and antisocial behaviour.
The Water MarginJun 23, 2015
‘The Water Margin’ is the kind of grandiose masterwork that is enthralling and, despite the presence of three accomplished directors, has a remarkable consistency to it.
The Way Of The DragonJun 25, 2015
While ‘Fist of Fury’ is the Little Dragon’s best film, this comes a close second and would not be out of place in the DVD rack of any martial arts movie fan.
Trilogy Of SwordsmanshipJun 16, 2015
Though there is talent behind the lens and in front of it, this is a run-of-the-mill swordplay film with a wasted gimmick.