• 12:20 am

    A bandit became a warlord in the northern China by helping Russia fight against Japan. Because of his ignorance and silly behaviour, he was seen as a joke to the people. The warlord was finally killed by the daughter of a troupe master whom he had killed for no reason.

    Michael Hui, Lily Ho, Tsung Hua, Tina Ti

    Li Han-hsiang

  • 02:00 am

    On a continent which reveres its martial arts, the director's nickname is "Kung-fu Liang" - holder of a filmography unprecedented in its innovation of theme, ingeniousness of plot, and imagination of its astonishingly designed kung-fu. This production is clearly the culmination of his initial Shaw Brothers work - the film which he used as a showcase for his and his brothers' - Chia-yung and Gordon Lui - skills. In the premiere, groundbreaking book on the genre, Martial Arts Movies, author Ric Meyers called it "the quintessential martial arts movie" and perhaps the greatest kung-fu movie ever made. Showing prescience customary with this visionary, the plot revolved around early 20th century pugilists vainly attempting to find a kung-fu which could defeat the bullet... years before the same theme would be used in Once Upon A Time In China. It also features the rarely dramatized magician-spies of China, who would ultimately inspire the Japanese ninja. But most importantly, it is a beautifully made action comedy featuring international fan favorite Alexander Fu Sheng and supremely brilliant kung-fu.

    Liu Chia-liang , Liu Chia-yung , Hui Ying-hung , Gordon Liu

    Liu Chia-liang

  • 03:50 am

    Yen Chuan plays the weak emperor, whose obsession with his consort, Yang Kwei Fei (Li Li-hua) makes him ignore the running of the country and leave the reins to his Prime Minister Yang Kuo-chung (Yang Chi-ching), who also happens to be Yang Kwei Fei's brother. Unfortunately, the cruel Prime Minister's selfish decisions leave the empire in shambles. The Magnificent Concubine is one exquisite production not to miss!

    Li Li-hua, Yen Chuan, Li Hsiang-chun

    Li Han-hsiang

  • 05:10 am

    In the finale of this loose trilogy, Gordon Liu reprises his famous role, Monk San Te, as he tries to protect Fang Shih Yu, an arrogant youth who gets into trouble with the Qing officials and nearly lands Shaolin Temple into trouble too.

    Gordon Liu, Hsiao Hou, Liu Kar Leung

    Liu Chia Liang

  • 06:50 am

    The Mad Monk lends a helping hand to the villagers and teaches all the bad guys a lesson they won't forget. A fun Caper with an underlying moral directed by Li Han-hsiang.

    Yeh Feng, Yu Yung, Ai Fei, Shaw Yin-yin

    Li Han-hsiang

  • 08:40 am

    Just after the Chinese Revolution, Japanese invaders start to infiltrate Northeast China. In the film, a vicious judo expert Arashi Tani (Chen Feng-chen) wants to prove that Chinese are the "sick people of Asia" by sabotaging and killing all the best martial artists in dangerous tournaments. To save his son from such a fate, the head of the Ping Pai Boxing Institute (Fang Mien) sends his son Tieh Wa (Chuan Yuan) to the mountains to be hidden by the master fighter Red Butterfly (Shih Szu). All know only one thing that can set things right: the powerful Thunderbolt Fist kung-fu technique!

    Shih Szu, Chuan Yuan

    Chang Yi-hu

  • 10:15 am

    Wang Yu plays Kwei Wu, who stumbles onto a kidnapping with his wife Kan Lien-chu (Chin Ping) at the Red Lotus Temple. Kan sends Kwei to go for reinforcements while she stays to fight the kidnappers, but she is captured and imprisoned in an iron cage. As Kwei returns with reinforcements, he must also race to the temple to save his wife.

    Chin Ping, Wang Yu, Ivy Ling Po, Fung Bo-bo

    Hsu Cheng-hung

  • 11:55 am

    A gritty, realistic Chinatown tale about the life of an illegal immigrant who went through a sham marriage is indebted to thugs in this critically-acclaimed film. The 5th Hong Kong Film Awards: Best Director (Mabel Cheung)

    Ching Yung Cho, Wu Fu Sheng, Liao Chung Yu

    Chang Wan-ting

  • 01:35 pm

    The "Venoms" are back in action in this thriller of Shaolin versus corrupt Ching soldiers... with the help of the Lama, Black Tiger, and Mantis clans... headquartered at a pugilism school, a dyeing mill, and a beancurd shop. The five men director Chang Cheh made famous in more than a dozen similar high-flying, blood-splattered adventures (starting with The Five Venoms) are all here. There’s the Taiwanese Opera artist Kuo Chue, his fellow light-skill acrobat Chiang Sheng, the evil Lu Feng, the Chinese muscleman Lo Meng, and Korean kicker Sun Chien, whose skills are specially spotlighted in this production. Together they create another wonderfully fun kung-fu showcase, filled with show-stopping sequences of martial arts expertise.

    Pai Piao, Kuo Chue, Lu Feng, Lo Meng, Sun Chien

    Chang Cheh

  • 03:25 pm

    In the vein of Romeo and Juliet Hong style, the small ensembled cast and little known director Michihko do a big league job with their rendition of Romeo and Juliet in this film. Although poor boy (Derek Erh Tung-sheng) and rich girl (Yu An-an) are from opposite ends of the spectrum, their undying love refuses to let anyone get in their way, including their parents.

    Derek Yee, Yu An-an

    Michihko Obimori

  • 05:05 pm

    After beating several famous swordsmen, Chin Wu-hsin (Pai Piao) of the Mo Shan clan challenges Supreme Swordsman (Wang Jung) to a duel, hoping to win his title, and is beaten and humiliated. The winner taunts him to find a Supreme Sword made by Old Eagle, a famous sword-maker (Ku Feng). When his offer to buy a sword from Old Eagle, is turned down, he challenges Old Eagle to a duel, and snatches his sword in a foul play. Old Eagle's own son Shih Yen-peh (Derek Yee) vows to avenge for his father...

    Derek Yee, Pai Piao, Li Tien-lang

    Li Pai-ling

  • 06:50 pm

    Betty Loh Ti displays an ethereal loveliness that earns her the nickname "Classical Beauty" in this classic tale that combines a very contemporary comic sense with traditional Mandarin opera tunes. Add on a score by celebrated composer Yao Min and a script by future super director King Hu (a.k.a. Hu King-chuan) and you have a perfect showcase for subtle humor and legendary beauty - one of the Hong Kong's most legendary screen personalities. Betty is a perky maid who helps manage the love life of her young mistress (Ting Ning). The task isn't as easy as it sounds, with gender-bender twists such as a young scholar masquerading as a woman (Chiao Chuang), and a bandit's voluptuous sister (Chang Chung-wen) disguised as a man.

    Loh Tih, Diana Chang Chung-wen, Ting Ning, Chiao Chuang

    Yen Chun

  • 09:00 pm

    A group of bandits flees with a stolen safe to a village where they oppress the villagers and force the blacksmith Wei to unlock the safe. Wei refuses and flees to report to officials, while heroes of the town emerge to fight the bandits.

    David Chiang, Ti Lung, Wang Chung, Chen Kuan-tai, Danny Lee

    Chang Cheh

  • 10:40 pm

    After being separated for many years, two lovers meet in a possibly mythical "Lucky Casino" and vow to rid the establishment of the corrupt military generals, criminals and extortionists!

    Lily Ho, Yueh Hua, Chin Feng, Fan Mei-sheng, Shih Chien

    Chang Tseng-chai