This Song Dynasty period piece about how far one would go for love (or lust) has two tales. The first involves a devilish magistrate who tries to tempt a Buddhist monk out of his self-professed celibacy by hiring a pretty prostitute. The second is the tragic tale of an exploited young girl who is forced to work in an unscrupulous couple’s brothel.
Liu seeks out Li to avenge his brother’s death and loses an arm in the fight, vowing revenge ten years later. Li dies after asking his sister to send his daughter Bao Zhu to learn the Dragon Sword skill to avenge his death. Bao Zhu grows up to become a skilled swordswoman and meets Liu for the planned duel with her cousin Chen. Can she defeat Liu?
Doctor Sing is puzzled by the strange symptoms of his patients and asks his friend for help. The sickness is apparently caused by a black magic that is casted by a wicked man Kong. Kong covets the beauty of Sing’s wife and casts an evil love spell on her, while threatening to kill Sing at the same time. Can Sing save his wife and his patients?
Ti Lung, Tanny Tien Ni, Lily Li, Lo Lieh, Lin Wei-tu
Asiapol agent Yang Ming Xuan trails a shipment of contraband gold being delivered to gang leader, George Eaton. He enlists the help of a Chinese woman who is trying to avenge her sister and narrowly escapes several deadly traps as he closes in on Eaton's location. This spy film is loosely inspired by the James Bond movies.
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.
Lily Ho is perfectly cast as a gun-for-hire who always gets her man - in more ways than one! The cast and crew shot on location in Japanese scenic spots such as Mount Fuji; and there are plenty of over-the-top thrills, as Lily even masquerades as a nun.
Adapted from the renowned Chinese novel, The Water Margin, this is the story of a poor and beautiful girl Lotus Pan, who is raped by her master and had to be married off to a midget who treats her badly. Lost and lonely, Pan unwittingly becomes a pawn in the game of lust between her husband’s playboy brother Wu Song, and a murderous man Men Ching.
Chang Chung-wen, Pai Yun, Paul Chang-chung, Hung Wei, Li Kun, Chin Jen-shu
Two very different cops are out to capture a local drug boss. In this sizzling crime thriller, the two cops go about doing their jobs differently - one does everything to the letter of the law and the other just doing whatever it takes to solve crime.
Two Con Men is a wonderfully twisted, pseudo-romantic comedy in the vein of "Robin Hood" meets "The Sting". Starring Liang Tien as Clever Chan and Chang Ying (who's done over 400 films) as Tricky Ching, it's the age-old competition between a rookie con artist versus the ultimate, experienced flimflam man. It's a game Chen cannot afford to lose, because people's lives - including his own, hang in the balance of good versus evil.
A professor’s assistant stole a micro-film storing the secret of a newly invented nuclear reactor and sells it to a crime syndicate. However, the micro-film accidentally falls into the hands of a nightclub dancer and a thief in the process, leading to them being relentlessly pursued by the crime syndicate to retrieve the micro-film.
One day, when the heroic outlaw Chu Liu Xiang is dining with his friend Monk Wu Hua, Gong from the Holy Water Palace accuses Chu of stealing the holy water and using it for various murders. Chu denies, and is given a month to find the murderer or be killed by Gong. To prove him innocence, Chu decides to investigate the case…
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.
Tu Meng Fei makes his way to the world after completing his kung fu training. En route, he rescues Mu Wan Erh and Li San Nan from a band of thugs and later learnt of a 20-year conflict between the evil Thunder Gang Chief Leng Tian Lei and the Dragon Sect. Mu’s lost father is none other than the Thunder Gang Chief, who also killed Li’s father…
Kuei Chih-hung was famous for his modern day crime thrillers, his horror flicks, and even his comedies. But if the only kung-fu film he ever made was this one, he’d still be spoken of with respect by even the most ardent martial arts movie fan. Many consider this real life martial arts champion Chen Kuan-tai’s best performance. As a deeply, even obsessively, dedicated Chief Court Constable, he illuminates the screen with fighting skill and emotional passion. Award winning actor Ku Feng is his equal, playing an especially homicidal robber-chief who thinks nothing of throwing all his men at their relentless pursuer. Lu Tsun and Huang Pei-chi choreograph the many battles featuring such action stalwarts as Pai Piao and Ai Fei.