• 12:15 am

    Sixties pop star Carrie Ku plays the "Little Lark" in this romantic-drama of mistaken identity that is a treasure trove of some of the most popular Mandarin songs of all time.

    Peter Chen Ho , Carrie Ku Mei

    Hsieh Chun

  • 02:20 am

    "The Kid"(Wu Yuan-chin), a monk who's education in the aptly named "Crazy Lo Han Fist" sends him running from a Buddhist Temple. In town he confronts a cruel bandit"s son and an abused prostitute. From then on, it's one fight after another as the power of his "Crazy Lo Han Fist" blasts the gangs...

    Wu Yuan-chun , Kuan Feng, Wang Sha, Wang Mi-mi

    John Lo Mar

  • 04:00 am

    It's a fun and wild romp that mixes pleasure with pleasure. A nightclub owner, playboy Peter Chen Ho, has his ways with three sisters while gallivanting across Asia. Each one has a dangling relationship to save - ensuring a series of mishaps and comic moments. The film also introduces young up and coming starlet Betty Ting Pei as one of the sisters.

    Lily Ho, Chin Ping

    Inoue Umetsugu

  • 06:00 am

    During World War II, a singer and her lover face invaders, insurgents, and a warlord's beautiful daughter. Released two years after Linda Lin Dai's suicide, the sequel to the original box office hit becomes all the more moving because of it.

    Lin Dai, Kwan Shan, Pat Ting Hung

    Doe Chin

  • 08:00 am

    It is little wonder why Chang Cheh is considered legendary. Not only did he usher in a whole new kind of "yanggang" (macho) cinema, but he was also one of the most prolific and consistent directors in the world. He made more than 70 films in the period between 1960 and 1975, but this was considered one of the most notable. A nominal sequel to the equally acclaimed SHAOLIN MARTIAL ARTS, this powerful production came a year later and cemented Alexander Fu Sheng's superstardom with a performance many proclaimed the best of the young lead's career. It is also one of the last Chang Cheh films choreographed by Liu Chia-liang, who was becoming a legendary director in his own right. Together, they made this tale of the Shaolin vs. Manchu conflict -- played out at a textile mill -- one of the highlights in kung-fu film history.

    Fu Sheng, Chi Kuan-chun

    Chang Cheh

  • 09:50 am

    Is it a historical, costumed kung-fu film or a gender-bending romantic comedy? You decide, but kung-fu film star, writer, and director Lu Chun-ku probably meant it as both. In either case, it’s a delightful and exciting surprise from the man who made Holy Flame Of The Martial World and Bastard Swordsman, starring a cast of both kung-fu stalwarts and incredible beauties -- all obviously having the time of their lives in this unique change of pace.

    Derek Yee, Joey Wang, Wang Yu, Tung Piao

    Lu Chin-ku

  • 11:30 am

    Like many of the swordsman films of the sixties, The Magnificent Swordsman centers on the hero vowing vengeance against evil bandits that killed his family when he was a child. Influenced by Akira Kurosawa's The Seven Samurai, the hero (played by Huang Tsung-shun who starred in Bruce Lee's Fist Of Fury), recruits several friends to help peasants rid their village of marauding bandits, the leader of course being the man that killed his family.

    Shu Pei-pei, Huang Tsung-hsing, Tien Feng, Ching Miao

    Yueh Fung, Cheng Kang

  • 01:00 pm

    Lovable Anita Yuen stars as an illegitimate daughter who gets 3 wishes from a genie, leading to much hilarity in this charming fantasy comedy.

    Anita Yuen, Michael Wong, Christy Chung, Jordan Chan

    Wong Jing

  • 02:40 pm

    The chase may be long, but the action is fast and furious is this tale of a dart master-for-hire and the innkeeper’s daughter, Hsueh-niang (Li Ching) who loves him. Kou Ying (Yueh Hua) is under deadly threat from a police officer after he assassinates a Government Minister, while Hsueh-niang is the target of murderous local bandits. The consummately versatile director, Ho Meng-hua soon to be declared a master of the “esoteric weapon” kung-fu film, develops his style with this sharp thriller that really gets to the point.

    Li Ching, Yueh Hua, Lo Lieh, Chuan Yuan

    Ho Meng-hua

  • 04:10 pm

    Wishing to achieve the same level of biting social satire as its humorous predecessor, The 82 Tenants boasts a cast that nearly rivals the whopping numbers on display in House of 72 Tenants. The film includes big name actors as Kara Hui Ying Hung (My Young Auntie and The Lady is the Boss), Nat Chan Pak Chung (The Conmen In Vegas and Hong Kong Playboys), Gordon Lau (Dirty Ho and Kill Bill), Law, Betty Ding Pei, Guk Fung and many more! Based on the casting alone, The 82 Tenants is definitely worth watching, and if you liked House of 72 Tenants, you won't want to miss out on this humorous, fun-filled sequel!

    Hui Ying-hung, Ting Pei, Chan Pak-cheung

    Li Pei-chuan

  • 05:45 pm

    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon could be called "Swordswomen Two." Three decades earlier, Shen Yi, Essie Lin Chia, and Pan Ying-tzu took on Shaw's first international superstar, Lo Lieh for the Han Family Sword - making this a four-star treat for action fans.

    Shen Yi, Essie Lin, Pan Ying-tzu, Chang I, Lo Lieh

    Shen Chaing

  • 07:30 pm

    Applauded director Li Han-Hsiang was one of few directors that made soft porn acceptable by mainstream audiences; using the thematic device of "sex on a mission" cynicism, suggesting that sex was the ultimate power. In the sex comedy The Scandalous Warlord, the true power that drove the country's many warlords were the prostitutes that these men would routinely visit. Therefore, the power in this film lies in the hands of the sassy Shirley Yu and the titillating Shaw Yin-Yin.

    Chin Huang, Shirley Yu, Shaw Yiu-yiu, Linda Chu

    Li Han-hsiang

  • 09:00 pm

    Acclaimed director Chu Yuan was credited for bringing mystery and detective thriller ingredients into his atmospheric and character-rich martial arts epics, and this is one of the most impressive examples. The title refers to the nickname of a notorious rapist-murderer who swoops down to destroy one swordsman's fiance and frame another. Or does he? The two tragic men team with a beautiful swordswoman searching for her missing father to find the truth — only to discover incredible traps, ambushes, duplicity, avarice, and betrayal between them and the mystery's solution. They survive blades, bombs, and even poison gas to reveal priceless treasure and coveted kung-fu manuals before the Bat is beaten at his own insidious game.

    Ching Li , Derek Yee , Ouyang Pei-shan , Wang Jung

    Chu Yuan

  • 10:35 pm

    A remake that doesn't disappoint, the Shawscope coloured version of Love Without End is as touching as the classic black-and-white original.

    Jenny Hu, Ling Yun, Essie Lin Chia, Fang Yu, Huang Tsung-hsin

    Pan Lei