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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

RELEASED IN: 1972

STARRING: Lo Lieh, Tien Feng, James Nam

WRITTEN BY: Chiang Yang

DIRECTOR: Chang-hwa Chung

PRODUCER: Run Run Shaw

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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

Film

Review: Golden Swallow (1968)

Starring Cheng Pei Pei, Jimmy Wang Yu, Lo Lieh

Fight Choreography by Tang Chia and Liu Chia-Liang

Directed by Chang Cheh

Golden Swallow is the sequel to Come Drink With Me, and Cheng Pei Pei returns as Golden Swallow, a warrior woman who has now found peace with her friend and potential lover Iron Whip Han To (Lo Lieh) who only fights as a last resort. 449 more words

Kung-fu

鍾馗娘子 - The Lady Hermit (1971)

Miss Leng (Cheng Pei-Pei) is a housekeeper in a small village, but only a few know that she is actually the Lady Hermit, one of the top kung fu heroes in the land.

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五虎屠龍 - Brothers Five (1970)

The master of Flying Dragon Villa is betrayed and killed by an usurper (Tien Feng), and his five sons (Chin Han

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Film

Film Review: Dangerous Encounters - First Kind

As Gunter said in the previous post, Golden Age Hong Kong cinema is never coming back and whilst embracing the rare gems that still make it through the studio barricades is one way of dealing with the loss, digging further and further into the archives is another. 880 more words

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