Young Ai Nu is abducted and sold to the popular Four Seasons brothel run by the powerful and ruthless Madam Chun Yi. Ai Nu gets locked up in a dungeon due to her fiery attitude. Soon, a murder occurs within the brothel and a policeman must race against time to prevent a vicious revenge plot from reaching its blood-spattered conclusion.
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…
Young Mei Li works as a bar girl in Wanchai to make a living. When she meets Jimmy in the bar, she thinks he is her true love and falls crazily in love with him. When Jimmy has to leave, Mei Li is devastated. It is not until she encounters the triad boss Ying that she finally found someone to count on.
A young musician Chi Chiang is hired by the manager of a popular band when the group's drummer/leader Charlie, quits to join a rival group. The new drummer becomes an immediate hit, causing Charlie to be very jealous. Furthermore, the young drummer's mother is dead set against him having a music career.
The brother of the mystery swordswoman "Golden Swallow” is kidnapped. She joins forces with a beggar “Drunken Cat” who is skilled in martial arts to free her brother from a Buddhist monastery run by a corrupt abbot. The film was selected as Hong Kong’s entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 39th Academy Awards.
Starring the stunning, teenage heartthrob Pat Ting Hung, The Butterfly Chalice marks the important directing debut of the kung-fu film genre's most principle figure Chang Cheh, as he burst the martial arts and swordplay movie doors wide open, announcing the beginning of the end for the Cantonese musicals.
After the Ming Emperor is overthrown and his infant son was put in the care of the Black Dragon Society, a traitorous martial arts clan attacks the society, forcing an inexperienced pair of swordsman and swordswoman to flee with the infant. Their journey to deliver the infant to safety is filled with dangers that would require help from other allies…
Cheng Pei Pei, Yueh Hua, Wu Fung, Lo Wei, Tien Feng
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 famous kung fu master Wong Fei Hung teaches martial arts in Guangdong. A vicious gangster plots to harm Wong’s disciples and frames him for robbery and murder. Wong has to fight against the culprit to prove his own innocence and take revenge for his disciples.
Da Yung, the son of a rich entrepreneur, meets Lian Lian, the niece of a kindergarten principal by chance. They get into a misunderstanding at the first meeting, causing Da Yung to lose his wallet. Further misunderstanding occurs when he tries to use her to act as his fiancé, in order to drive away two women whom he does not like…
The charm of Pursuit Of A Killer lies in the long awaited reunion of Five Venoms duo, Lo Meng and Sun Chien; Lo Meng, who plays a Mainland Chinese criminal escapee to Hong Kong in search of a better life, and a cop (Sun Chien) who helps him adjust to Hong Kong life while tracking down his mysterious killer at the same time.
Ying Tai disguises herself as a boy to go to school and falls hopelessly in love with her classmate, Shan Bo. After Shan Bo realizes her true identity, he proposes marriage to Ying Tai. However, as she is engaged to another man, they are kept apart. Knowing Shan Bo died in despair, Ying Tai is in deep sorrow and kills herself at his grave.
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.