Slaughter in San Francisco (1974)

Released as both Yellow-Faced Tiger and Karate Cop, American martial arts champion turned superstar Chuck Norris plays the villain once again in this very typical modern day kung fu film from director Lo Wei. Don and John are two police officers in San Francisco. When they see a young woman, Sylvia Chu, apparently being raped, the cops stop the attackers. However, at the police station, … Continue reading Slaughter in San Francisco (1974)

Justice League (2017)

The long awaited team up has finally arrived and it is safe to say that Zack Snyder made good on his promise. It has been sometime since Superman sacrificed himself to save the world from Doomsday. While the world continues to mourn the fallen hero, Batman has learned something is truly coming after confronting a mutant-like alien. Using Lex Luthor’s notes, he discovers that there … Continue reading Justice League (2017)

The Young Master (1980)

Leaving Lo Wei’s Film Company, Hong Kong superstar Jackie Chan makes his Golden Harvest debut with this instant classic kung fu comedy. Two adopted brothers, Dragon and Tiger, enter a lion dance competition for their kung fu school. When they lose the competition, their father is none too happy with the results. However, it is revealed that Tiger was paid by the rival school to … Continue reading The Young Master (1980)

Shaolin Temple Strikes Back (1981)

The talented Chen Shan and Mark Long headline this pretty decent film from director Joseph Kuo. When the Manchus plot to take over China, a princess is en route to safety with entrusted military officer General Kong and young officer Lin Tsai-Shin. However, they are ambushed by Manchu general Long Yi, who proceeds to nearly wipe out the entire envoy. The only ones who manage … Continue reading Shaolin Temple Strikes Back (1981)

Blade of the Immortal (2017)

The 100th film from the prolific Takashi Miike is a well-made adaptation of a Japanese manga and anime that definitely churns out some excellent performances. Manji is a samurai warrior who protects his sister Machi after a job has gone awry. When he is confronted by a band of bounty hunters, Machi is killed in front of Manji, who relentlessly kills all of the hunters, … Continue reading Blade of the Immortal (2017)

Invincible Kung Fu (1979)

Bruce Leung and Hon Kwok-Choi become the Felix and Oscar of the kung fu genre with this action comedy about two bickering masters who must unite to stop a common foe. Two men on a boat, To and Chow, can’t stand each other from the moment they laid their eyes on each other. When Chow attempts to frame To for a small gambling robbery, To … Continue reading Invincible Kung Fu (1979)

The Himalayan (1976)

Angela Mao and Delon Tan showcase their impressive kicking skills in this underrated classic that also highlights the power of one Chan Sing. In a small village of Tibet, the Tseng family is one of the most noble and respected families in the land. When the patriarch intends to marry off his daughter Chen-Lan, a respectable family, the Kaos, answer the arranged marriage. Led by … Continue reading The Himalayan (1976)