It is rumoured that people can buy anything they desire on the mysterious Island of Bats so long as they have money. The charismatic swordsman Chu Liu Xiang and his friend travel to the island to seek answers but realize they are not the only ones who want to unveil the mystery of this place.
Jenny Hu, Shaw Brothers' gorgeous Chinese-German star, was given her first comedy role in the wild and wacky Guess Who Killed My Twelve Lovers? Described as "a comedy of belly laughs and chilling murders", it is a unique entry in the Hong Kong theater of the absurd.
The young Chen Chi-chin (Liu Yung) loses heavily to experienced gambler Hu Kuan-ten (Lo Lieh). His father loses at cards and dies of shock. Chen appeals to his uncle who summons seven fellow professional gamblers to carry out vengeance. Much more than a gambling film, this is a thrilling melting pot of martial arts stars, extortion, illicit love, poker-face vengeance, and all sorts of edge-of-your-seat gambling duels. Featuring two of the leading action stars of the era, Chen Kuen-tai and Lo Lieh, in a series of intense poker game standoffs. Famed director of the genre, Wong Jing, also has a guest appearance as one of the Notorious Eight.
Liu Yung, Chen Kuan-tai, Wong Jing, Lo Lieh, Linda Chu
A cool jewel thief turns over a new leaf as a professional singer in a nightclub. However, a series of robberies happened shortly after and he becomes the suspect again. The thief then sets up a trap to snare the copycat but will this backfire on him?
Lily Ho , Jimmy Lin Chong , Lo Lieh , Essie Lin Chia
This is a coming-of-age tale depicting the lower class Hong Kong troubled youths in the 1960s and the societal issues that they face. Wang Chung is a hotheaded and rebellious teen who is tempted by the dark side, and have to unfortunately pay a huge price for it.
Wang Zhao Jun refuses to bribe the imperial painter, so he draws an ugly portrait of her, preventing her from being selected by the Emperor until they meet in person. The painter ends up in exile and plots for Wang to marry the Hun’s warlord as a revenge. The Emperor rejects this, provoking a war which is only averted when Wang sacrifices herself.
Lin Dai, Chao Lei, Hung Por, Wang Yueh Ting, Chang Tsui Yin, Li Yin
Wang Chung was a valued actor long before he became a director, but as a filmmaker, he helped create some of the most interesting thrillers Shaw Brothers ever released - including this fascinating crime saga of a Sino-Vietnamese crime gang. Danny Lee stars as a misunderstood refugee while Ray Lui plays a cop struggling against his own conscience to ensure that justice is upheld.
Li Hsiu-hsien, Ray Lui, Cheng Tse-shih, Lin Chung-cheng
Tycoon Zhou is a playboy who is engaged to be married, but that did not keep him from working his charms on as many ladies as he can. He keeps a diary about his romantic escapades and soon, the women with whom he has been intimate with are being murdered one by one. Zhou becomes the number one suspect by the police but is the killer someone else?
Chin Han, Tina Ti, Fang Ying, Margaret Tu Chuan, Fanny Fan
Cheng Ying learns the secret 'Shaolin Hand Lock' technique from his father and is on a mission to avenge his death. While his father is killed by an old friend Fang, the actual villian is Lin Hao, a rich evil man. Cheng Ying has to ingratiate himself with Lin Hao and works for him as a bodyguard in order to exact revenge.
Wu Ze Tian is a beautiful and talented concubine of Emperor Tang at age 14. She becomes a nun after he died but has two sons with the new Emperor Tang Gao Zong. The Empress asks Wu to team up with her against Consort Xiao, but is set up and dethroned by Wu, who also kills her two sons. After the Emperor’s death, Wu becomes the first woman Emperor.
Li Li Hua, Chao Lei, Chiao Chuang, Lo Chi, Yu Feng Chi
After spending fifteen years in prison on trumped-up charges for drug smuggling, the martial arts master Teng Piao embarks on a journey to take revenge on the person who sets him up - “Black Leopard”. Unfortunately for Piao, no one knows the real identity of “Black Leopard”, except that there is a black leopard tattoo on his chest.
Zhang and Jin’s daughter, Peony, are betrothed at birth but Jin objects to the engagement now. Zhang meets a carp spirit that looks exactly like Peony and they fall in love. When Justice Bao is asked by Jin to distinguish Peony from her replica, he decides to quit the case when he witness the true love between Zhang and the carp spirit.