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Wong Jing’s third film as a director, even before he became a film producer, Mercenaries from Hong Kong was the Shaw Brothers’ answer to Andrew V. 526 more words

Film Reviews

Cult Movie Essentials: The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978)

A young student named Liu Yude, later known as San Te, is drawn by his activist teacher into the local rebellion against the Manchu government. The government officials suppress the uprising and liquidate the school, killing friends and family members as well. 177 more words


Cult Movie Essentials: The Magnificent Trio (1966)

Set in the Ming |Dynasty, the film opens with a young man Lu Fang (Jimmy Wang Yu) escaping after a battle with the Manchurians into a territory where the people are exploited by a cruel magistrate. 204 more words


Cult Movie Essentials: Human Lanterns (1982)

Human Lanterns centres around a lantern maker called Chao Chun-fang (Lo Lieh) who finds a unique way to get revenge on the people who have humiliated him throughout his life.   44 more words


Five Fingers of Death (1972)

What a ride! It’s easy to look at Five Fingers of Death today and see it as just another kung-fu movie. But you need to realise how original and groundbreaking this was. 189 more words

Media Diet

King Boxer (1972): Winning isn’t everything. But no actually, it is

MOVIE: King Boxer


STARRING: Lo Lieh, Tien Feng, James Nam

WRITTEN BY: Chiang Yang

DIRECTOR: Chang-hwa Chung

PRODUCER: Run Run Shaw

FIGHT CHOREOGRAPHER: … 1,039 more words

That Fight Scene

İpek Böceği Savaşçısı - Bastard Swordsman 1-2

Every 10 years, the Wu Dang and Invincible Clan chiefs have a duel, and the past two times the Invincible Clan has won. The Wu Dang chief has been training hard for 10 years, but still isn’t sure his skills are strong enough to win. 1,693 more words