Donnie Yen stars in this fact-based film on the life of one of Hong Kong’s most notorious drug lords with Andy Lau reprising a role from a two-film series in the 1990’s. In the year 1960, a man named Ho and his three best friends escaped China and headed for Hong Kong. There, they make […]Read More Chasing the Dragon (2017)
Wuxia meets the supernatural in this standard period martial arts film that is the first of a proposed trilogy. In ancient China, the Emperor has a group of constables known as Department Six, led by Lord Liu and his right hand man Avalanche. They have a new recruit in female Ji Yaohua, who is assigned […]Read More The Four (2012)
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, […]Read More Slaughter in San Francisco (1974)
Two years before Sammo Hung played one of Wong Fei-Hung’s most beloved disciples, karate expert Larry Lee took the role of Lam Sai-Wing in this standard kung fu film that features some nice action scenes. A band of thugs have been terrorizing the town, extorting money from the local merchants. However, one man who dares […]Read More The Four Shaolin Challengers (1977)
A law firm company goes awry when a virus hits in this genre mashup film from director Joe Lynch, which seems to have a little message behind it. Derek Cho is a legal analyst who has risen through the ranks from his humble beginnings to his current position. However, in one fell swoop, his life […]Read More Mayhem (2017)
Get ready to see action hero Donnie Yen in a whole new light in the upcoming true story-inspired Chasing the Dragon. Yen plays “Crippled” Ho, a Mainland China-based immigrant who arrives in 1963 Hong Kong and rises through the ranks to become a notorious drug lord, with a corrupt police officer named Lee Rock joining […]Read More Yen and Lau Go Bad in “Chasing” Teaser
Could Jennifer Garner be the female John Wick? If things go as planned, it could be very well the case. Garner is in talks to star in Peppermint, in which she would play a woman who seeks revenge ten years after her husband and daughter are gunned down in an incident that leaves her character […]Read More Garner to Unleash Some “Peppermint”?