Bloodfight (1989)

Capitalizing on the 1987 Hollywood film Bloodsport, villain actor Bolo Yeung recreates his character in this well-made tournament film that showcases the talents of producer/actor Yasuaki Kurata and future Hong Kong superstar Simon Yam. At the 1989 World Championship of Free Fighting, Masahiko Kai awaits the challenger who he will face in the finals. Kai, […]

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Shock Wave (2017)

Andy Lau becomes the target of a revenge plot as the fate of Hong Kong is in his hands in this Herman Yau-directed action thriller. J.S. Cheung has risen through the ranks to become one of the most decorated officers of Hong Kong Police’s Explosive Ordinance Disposal unit. However, two years ago, he went undercover […]

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Epic Pictures to Release Hong Kong Horror Film “Zombiology” on VOD in February

Get ready for a wild ride into a zombie outbreak with Zombiology: Enjoy Yourself Tonight when the film comes to VOD platforms on February 23. The film had a limited successful run in late January. Lone and Yeung are two eccentric hot-blooded young men leading a devil-may-care life. They deem themselves as heroes that can […]

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Dragon Fist (1979)

In one of his final films with director Lo Wei, Jackie Chan unleashes some of his best serious-style fight choreography in this pretty decent classic kung fu film. During a celebration for Master Chang San-Tai, arch nemesis Master Chong crashes and challenges Chang to a duel. When Chong beats Chang to a pulp, he celebrates […]

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Crystal Fist (1979)

Once hailed as a rip-off of Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow and Drunken Master, this action packed film is truly one of the best to star Indonesian martial artist Willy Dozen, known to martial arts fans with the more impactful name Billy Chong. Wen, a young man who only has one wish: to learn kung […]

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Shaolin Deadly Kicks (1977)

Superkicker Delon Tan shines in this very exciting kung fu film that he would virtually remake a decade later in America. A band of robbers known as the Eight Dragons have stolen a rare treasure map. They decide to take the map and divide into eight pieces, one for each member. The leader of the […]

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