Release Year: 1977
Along Comes A TigerApr 16, 2021
Once again, Wu Ma has delivered an independent genre flick that is involving, utilising his excellent cast well and making a very predictable story about revenge something a little different.
Clans Of IntrigueMar 1, 2015
However challenging – and at times frustrating – this swordplay drama is, there’s nonetheless enough reasons to stay watching and endure to the conclusion.
Death DuelMar 6, 2015
‘Death Duel’ is a bleak, nihilistic swordplay film that embodies all of the qualities that one expects from a Chor Yuen adaptation of a Gu Long story.
Executioners From ShaolinMar 10, 2015
This masterful kung-fu drama shows how quickly Liang found his own way of conveying his thoughts to the audience.
Fist Of Fury IIMar 13, 2015
Although still quite a way off classic standards, ‘Fist Of Fury II’ just goes to show that it is possible to make a “Bruceploitation” flick that is fun to watch.
Golgo 13: Assignment KowloonMar 21, 2015
‘Golgo 13: Assignment Kowloon’ seems to do so much right that it makes me wonder why this wasn’t the start of a series of films.
He Has Nothing But Kung FuMar 23, 2015
This provides solid viewing for fans while the veterans will no doubt enjoy spotting the endless array of familiar faces in the background.
Iron Fisted MonkMar 30, 2015
Any Sammo Hung fan would love this film, as would anyone who enjoys old-school martial arts flicks.
Magnificent WanderersApr 19, 2015
There are quite a few spurts of fight action, but these are in-keeping with the playful tone of the film and offer little spectacular.
Money CrazyApr 25, 2015
Though it’s not in the same league as the Michael Hui hits it tries to emulate, ‘Money Crazy’ is still reasonably entertaining and certainly better than Woo’s other ventures into the genre.
Snuff Bottle ConnectionMay 29, 2015
Without doubt this is a powerhouse film that will satisfy even the most demanding fans of the Jade Screen. Worth tracking down at all costs.
The Brave ArcherFeb 26, 2015
Unfortunately ‘The Brave Archer’ is one of Chang Cheh’s least assured efforts as he foolishly tries to fit in all of the sub-plots and characters of this vast novel.