A young scholar Ning spends the night in a creepy temple that is said to be haunted. He does not believe in the rumours, but soon meets a beautiful female ghost Nie. Nie is forced to stay in the temple to seduce young men for a powerful demon to feast on. Knowing Nie to be a kind ghost, Ning decides to help her escape from the demon’s clutches.
Wei Chun is a cocky young man sentenced to jail for killing a man in a fight. One day, Wei Chun picks a fight with a seemingly defenseless old man who completely thrashes him! The old man turns out to be the master of monkey style kung fu and as they become friends, he gives Wei Chun half of a medallion that would direct him to hidden secrets.
The Killer star Danny Lee plays the lead role of a guy who needs to become a hero. He lies, steals and cheats his way into operating a plush casino, but when he incurs the wrath of a female Japanese gang leader, all bets are off!
Fa is an obsessive man who loves his wife Ah Hsia but is easily jealous and abuses her. When she leaves him one day, Fa hooks up with another woman, Hsing. A deadly triangle develops when Fa runs into Ah Hsia again and decides to win her back…
The Golden Lion is a bandit with good martial arts skills and often robs from the rich to help the poor. He is ambushed and attacked by a gang one night but luckily found help from a master healer, who has to find a way to treat him while they are both being chased by the gang.
A sword master’s daughter is pursued and poisoned by an evil master when bringing back the stolen Golden Sword to the palace. She dies on the run and returns as a spirit to take revenge by killing the evil master, and soon vanishes after returning the sword to the emperor.
Acknowledged as one of the greatest Hong Kong musicals, this lavish movie starring Linda Lin, who won Best Actress for her performance, infuses its wispy plot with style and wit, and the results are pure pleasure.
After getting into trouble with a local gangster, Chui Ho, a young man, Tam Dong flees to San Francisco and managed to get a job in a restaurant in Chinatown. Tam Dong finds himself embroiled with the gang again while in San Francisco, and has to fight Chui Ho when the two meet again...
Fresh from his smashing directorial debut comedy Let's Make Laugh, Alfred Cheung Kin-ting returns to the screen with this seriocomic look at the clash of cultures which result when a Mainland Chinese peasant brings his family to Hong Kong. Family Light Affair, whose Chinese title literally translates as "City Lights", is the director/writer's warm-hearted memoir of street life back in the early 1980s, featuring an eclectic cast of pop music and kung fu stars who shine in their poignant roles.
Yi is a skilled disciple of the Hong Quan style kung fu who work in a textile mill recommended by his senior, Han. Han warns Yi not to show off his martial arts skill so as to avoid getting into trouble. However, Yi does not listen and eventually gets dangerously involved in the conflict between two opposing textile mills.
Set during the Japanese occupation in World War II, a young orphan Tang Qi falls in a love with a young man Chang. However, their love is filled with challenges, from family pressure to the turmoil of war. When Tang Qi was raped, she is expelled from home to become a nightclub singer and embarks on a journey of no return…
Continuing from the first movie, Tang Qi ends her career as a nightclub singer and starts searching battle-scarred China for her lover Chang, who is now entangled with Japanese invaders, communist insurgents, and a warlord's beautiful daughter.