The inhabitants of the City of Liu are forced to flee when the vicious Black Tigers gang raids their city, but are able to hide all their gold and treasures in a valley. A team of swordswomen led by Liu wants to get their hands on the treasures before the bandits, but both parties will have to contend with the wandering swordsman Chou for them...
Ching Li, Chang I, Shu Pei-pei, Lin Ching, Tien Feng
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.
The movie depicts Fu Hong Xue fighting against the formidable conspirator Master Yu and seeing through his deception. The brilliantly choreographed fights, glorious settings, superb cinematography and strong casts define this movie as a highpoint in Wu Xia cinema.
During the Three Kingdoms period, a Taoist priest Yu Ji cures many patients with his supernatural powers and is loved by the people. However, the arrogant general Sun Che thinks that Yu Ji bewitches people and orders for him to be beheaded. Subsequently, the spirit of the Yu Ji rises from his dead body and takes revenge on Sun Che.
The second film of the trilogy, Gordon Liu plays Zhou Ren Jie, a man who impersonates a monk in order to learn kung fu in Shaolin, and eventually creates his own Shaolin style of ‘scaffolding kung fu”.
Mrs Lin's husband and his friend both have affairs with a belly dancer Sasa, and are both blackmailed by her. Sasa is stabbed one day and her brother shows up asking for money. A mysterious man also claims he can offer evidence for cash to help Lin’s husband. Lin has to unveil the deceit, double-crosses and blackmailing before she is in danger too!
Ivy Ling Po , Kao Yuen , Li Hsiang-chun , Wang Hsieh
The Emperor orders Feng to find proofs of Master Tian’s rebellion in his house. Feng falls in love with Tian’s granddaughter and marries her. When he finds the proofs and tries to leave with her, his wife is killed in the fight against Tian. Feng creates the mantis-style martial arts and vows to avenge her death.
David Chiang, Gordon Liu, Lily Li, Huang Hsing Hsiu
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.
Japanese director Inoue Umetsugu takes on the glitzy world of nightclub performers in The Yellow Muffler. The film depicts the struggle of two singing sisters, Ching-ping (Irene Chen I-ling) and Pai-hung (Betty Ting Pei) and ends when they are cast in a new movie.
Betty Ting Pei, Tsung Hua, Paul Chin Pei, Irene Chen
This colourful, complex saga is packed with conspiracies, schemes and sword fights to produce a perfect blend of great action and gripping drama. The movie centres on the struggle for underworld supremacy between the Longmen and Roc clans, where the line between good and evil is not always that clear-cut or obvious.
Three young kung-fu warriors from wildly different backgrounds become students of Shaolin at the same temple. These three warriors are: Royal Guard Lo Lieh, fleeing soldier, Lo Meng, and villager, Wang Yu.
Young Wong Fei Hung must prove himself worthy to be taught by Master Lu, the same martial arts teacher of his father. Although he is defeated in the competition, Wong Fei Hung’s passion in Kung Fu finally allows him to become Lu’s disciple.
Gordon Liu Chia-hui, Chen Kuan-tai, Wang Yu, Lily Li