Interesting new film is director Haofeng Xu’s highly-anticipated, award-winning martial arts film, The Master, re-titled as The Final Master.
One of the great Hong Kong movie villains Fung Hak On has died after a battle with cancer aged 68.
He has starred and helped choreograph many of the best Kung Fu and Hong Kong martial arts movies for decades including, Warriors Two, Last Hurrah For Chivalry, Police Story, Kung Fu Hustle and many many more.
Here is a nice video tribute put up by a fan on Youtube. RIP To a great movie star.
The third in the Ip Man films starring Donnie Yen, Ip Man 3 is set to get a DVD and Blu ray release from Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment on 25th of April. Donnie Yen ignites the screen in a return to the role that made him an icon - as Ip Man, the … [Continue reading]
Severin Films are to release a remastered compilation of trailers transferred in 2k from a collection of recently unearthed 35mm reels onto Blu Ray and DVD entitled Kung Fu Trailers of Fury. Lots of variety from Sammo Hung classic Enter The Fat … [Continue reading]
Warner Brothers have finally started to release there Golden Harvest catalogue onto DVD in the USA (Why no Blu ray?), first four titles are Pedicab Driver, Big Bullet, Downtown Torpedoes and Blade of Fury. I presume all will be Cantonese language … [Continue reading]
King Hu's classic movie A Touch of Zen is getting a release on Blu-ray & DVD in a Limited Edition (2000 units) Three-Disc Set as part of the Masters of Cinema Series for the first time in the UK on 25 January 2016 with a gorgeous new 4K … [Continue reading]
Eureka Entertainment in the UK are to release in January a Blu ray / DVD box set of three classic Ninja films starring Sho Kosugi, Enter the Ninja, Revenge of the Ninja & Ninja III:The Domination. Eureka are proud to present these jaw-dropping … [Continue reading]
Here are a German set of lobby cards for 5 Superfighters, a classic Shaw Brothers kung fu movie directed by Lo Mar and starring Kwan Fung, Hau Chiu Sing, Austin Wai, Ng Yuen Jun. Fantastic choreography make this film shine above many others from this … [Continue reading]
King Hu is one of the few directors from Asia that are loved by critics and fans alike but his films have been treated very poorly on home video formats over the years. A new 4K restoration of Dragon Inn was done by L'Imagine Ritrovata and the … [Continue reading]
Stephen Chow took a long time to break through in the West, his comedy films were amazingly popular in Hong Kong for many years but it was not until Shaolin Soccer and Kung Fu Hustle that his fame spread to the rest of the world. King of Beggars … [Continue reading]