Ling Hu Chong, a Huashan clan’s disciple, is assigned to find the successor to the score “The Proud One”. Ling identifies Ying for the score but finds out that she is the daughter of the evil clan’s leader. At the same time, he is unwittingly dragged into an epic power struggle between clans, with complicated allegiances and perplexing moralities.
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…
The Qing court plots to kill all the disciples by burning down Shaolin Temple. This sudden fire killed almost everyone in the temple except five Shaolin disciples. To take revenge on the Qing’s, the five of them train hard in different fighting styles to become “The Five Shaolin Masters”.
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Fu Sheng, Chi Kuan Chun, Meng Fei
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
After a notorious rapist Xiao kills his master and the entire clan, Han the last surviving disciple, decides to take revenge. He must find the legendary Hulong Blade to counter Xiao's Evil Poisonous Sword, but as Han has never seen Xiao before, he is deceived when Xiao poses as an ally to try and steal his Blade in the process.
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
In Huangmei Opera tradition, this movie tells the love story of Wen, who sells himself as a slave to a rich family, and Huo, the family’s young daughter. The lovers are kept apart by Huo’s stepmother and Huo escapes by dressing up as a man. Wen is framed and put into jail so Huo has to go back and rescue her lover!
A band of ninjas slaughters the entire Wu Dang Clan and frames Du Gu Wu Di, chief of the Invincible Clan, for the deed. Yun masters the silkworm martial arts style and decides to take revenge for the Clan by challenging Wu Di, but is defeated and seriously hurt. Luckily, Master Li saves and treats him, allowing Yun to avoid the ninjas’ pursuit.
Norman Tsui, Alex Man, Lau Wing, Chen Kuan Tai, Liu Hsueh Hua
A gang of unemployed martial artists seem to have their bad fortunes turned when the head of a local security agency hires them to take out the competition, who their new employer insists is up to no good. However, the men are being played for fools and have to take each other on until the last drop of blood is spilled.
The story is based on a famous Chinese opera. A young impoverished scholar, Zhang, is enchanted by Hong, the daughter of an influential family whom he meets in a temple. The young couple faces the threat of separation due to her family’s objection, so Hong’s maid secretly helps to arrange their rendezvous in the West Chamber!
The ship of pirate Chang Pao-Chai (Ti Lung) springs a leak after an otherwise successful raid on a foreign ship. He goes ashore to get materials to patch his ship up, where he encounters corrupt Qing officials and poor, oppressed peasants. Being a good man at heart, he decides to help out and becomes an even bigger outlaw in the process.