Chor Yuen delivers another phantasmagorical, confusing, delirious martial arts fantasy-mystery full of secret clans with secret kungfu.
Chinese deity Guan Yu gets giant and faces off against strutting space alien in a wild Hong Kong Taiwanese sci-fi giant monster co-production.
Black Rose takes the female-centric swashbuckling of early wuxia cinema and the heroics of Chinese folklore and places them in a contemporary urban setting.
A flashy Shaw Brothers thriller influenced by James Bond style and the French Fantomas films
A wild Hong Kong 1960s espionage caper featuring judo, femme fatales, minions in gold foil jumpsuits, and a truly fab villain with a fab layer
Nikkatsu superstars on loan to Hong Kong's Shaw Brothers can't help but outshine Jimmy Wang Yu in this average espionage thriller.
A twisting, weaving, beautiful murder mystery by way of martial arts from Chor Yuen and the Shaw Brothers
The Shaw Brothers try their hand at Japanese-style superhero adventure and knock it out of the park.
Three excellent "Jane Bond" films from Hong Kong pit masked vigilante sisters against the international criminal underworld.
A sleazy classic of Hong Kong Cat III cinema in the 1990s, with an all-star cast and tons of style.