Release Year: 1976
Challenge Of The MastersFeb 28, 2015
Despite the fact that ‘Challenge Of The Masters’ hasn’t aged as well as some of Liu Chia-Liang’s other notable works, there’s undoubtedly much on offer for genre fans and the casual cinema-goer.
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’.
Dance Of DeathMar 5, 2015
Chan’s choreography is the only minor highlight, but otherwise this is really only suitable for hardcore Angela Mao fans.
Hand Of DeathMar 22, 2015
Although not a masterpiece, ‘Hand Of Death’ is a good example of how quality quickly shines through and stands out in a crowded genre.
Kidnap In RomeApr 3, 2015
‘Kidnap In Rome’ is far too preoccupied with the activities of the bumbling Italian trio who ‘aid’ Bruce Leung.
Master Of The Flying GuillotineApr 21, 2015
It’s hard not to be drawn into director Wang Yu’s eccentric world with its almost Python-esque techniques and fights.
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.
Shaolin TempleMay 23, 2015
‘Shaolin Temple’ is still a major achievement by a film-maker who was one of the true creators of the genre. There is, therefore, plenty to put this near the top of your viewing list.
Shaolin Wooden MenMay 24, 2015
It’s certainly not perfect and not among Jackie Chan’s best films, but there is ample entertainment value.
The 18 BronzemenJul 2, 2015
Kuo lets the odd moment of peculiar editing affect an otherwise slick kung-fu drama; the final twenty minutes in particular seems far too rushed in comparison to the majority of the film.
The Blazing TempleFeb 24, 2015
‘The Blazing Temple’ is not Joseph Kuo’s best nor is it near his very pinnacle. It does, though, offer some solid enjoyment for patient viewers.
The Inugami FamilyMay 29, 2020
Ichikawa has put together an attractive and professional interpretation of one of Japan’s beloved characters.