Jimmy Wang Yu stars in this outrageous but fun martial arts classic , expanding on his famous One Armed Swordsman roles he did for Shaw Brothers. Here he fights all sorts of martial artists in many strange and bizarre ways. One Armed Boxer is definitely a film you wont forget in a hurry and is one of star Wang Yu’s most popular movies.
The Tournament made by Golden Harvest in 1974 starred Angela Mao and Carter Wong. It is an excellent example of early Golden Harvest martial arts movies and stands up well when seen today.
The head of a Chinese martial arts school owes money to some local hoods, so he sends two of his students to Bangkok, Thailand to participate in a kickboxing tournament in order to raise the necessary money to pay off the debt. After one student gets injured and the other killed, the disgraced head of the school loses face with the Chinese Martial Arts Association and feels so ashamed that he commits suicide. It’s up to the man’s daughter and the injured student to not only avenge his death, but also to restore the honor of the school.
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Here are some rare photo's taken while making the King Hu classic Dragon Inn. This swordplay film made in 1967 stars Polly Kuan, Pai Ying and Shih Chun and was recently remastered in 4K and shown at the Cannes Film Festival. This version is getting a … [Continue reading]
Way of the Dragon was Bruce Lee's most successful film in Hong Kong this was also the only film he directed (unless you count parts of the unfinished Game of Death). It also introduced Chuck Norris who went on to a successful movie and TV career in … [Continue reading]
Hong Kong Lobby set of Pedicab Driver one of Sammo Hung's most popular films. (Click on image twice for bigger size) … [Continue reading]
The 2nd Bruce Lee film and a bigger hit than his first Fist of Fury is a fan favourite and the first time you get to see him use the nunchuku. Rumours persists of a teaser trailer made where Bob Baker (the Russian) beats up Ching Wu members and Bruce … [Continue reading]
We are showing a series of classic trailers from some of our favourite artists and are starting with the one and only Bruce Lee and his first starring role in The Big Boss. Notice that some scenes in the trailer are not in current released versions … [Continue reading]
Terracotta are continuing to release some classic Kung fu movies onto DVD , the latest is this effort starring Dragon Lee, Dragon's Snake Fist. Two highly acclaimed martial arts schools see their centuries-old rivalry explode when their kung fu … [Continue reading]
Eureka in the UK have announced a dual DVD / Blu ray release for the King Hu classic Dragon Inn on there Masters of Cinema label. Restored and Remastered in 4K the film has recently had a limited theatrical showing in the UK. The release date is … [Continue reading]
Jackie Chan's latest blockbuster Dragon Blade is now available for pre-order from Hong Kong on DVD and Blu ray. Two Blu ray's are available 3D and 2D as well as a standard DVD. Languages are mixed Mandarin / English with optional Chinese or English … [Continue reading]