Writer: Cheung San-Yee
Challenge Of DeathFeb 28, 2015
‘Challenge Of Death’ was always going to provide some exhilarating action thanks to the collection of captivating combatants, but the story certainly leaves a lot to be desired.
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.
Eagle’s ClawMar 9, 2015
‘Eagle’s Claw’ is a reminder of Lee Tso-Nam’s ability to take a potentially pedestrian storyline and fill it with shades of intrigue throughout.
Fatal Needles Vs. Fatal FistsMar 11, 2015
‘Fatal Needles Vs. Fatal Fists’ is not a work of Kurosawan proportions, but it’s certainly better than there’s any reason to expect.
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.
Incredible Kung Fu MissionMar 28, 2015
‘Incredible Kung Fu Mission’ is peppered with a decent mix of humour, sentimentality and superior fight action, creating a solid independent feature.
Shaolin Ex-MonkMay 23, 2015
Liu lights up the screen with his explosive bootwork while Jack Long and the endearing Blacky Ko provide extra physical presence.
Shaolin Vs. LamaMay 24, 2015
‘Shaolin Vs. Lama’ is a notch above most Taiwanese chop sockies simply because Lee Tso-Nam knows how to keep it interesting.
Sleeping FistMay 27, 2015
‘Sleeping Fist’ is not brave enough to offer any variations on a very tired theme, but it is consistently rewarding from an action perspective.
Snake And Crane Arts Of ShaolinMay 28, 2015
‘Snake And Crane Arts Of Shaolin’ starts with a stunning martial arts display by Jackie Chan and ends with one of the most complicated pieces of choreography ever seen on screen.
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 Boxer’s AdventureFeb 26, 2015
‘Boxer’s Adventure’ is another entertaining kung fu film from the 70s that delivers some outstanding action scenes. If you are a fan of the genre then this is an ideal choice to fill the gaps in your collection.