A swordsman is suspected of being the thief of a treasure sent to Emperor. Through his investigation, he is led on to the trail of the supernatural “Bloody Parrot”. Poisonous things happen including a demonic possession, witches casting poison spells and disgusting autopsies. Then a dead constable turns into a vampire!
A titular gang of misfits come together to protect a patriotic general from a scheming usurper. To this end, the unlikely heroes act as the general’s escorts on a dangerous journey to a distant British consulate, beset by enemies and sinister Japanese interference along the way.
Chen Kuan Tai, Ling Yun, Wang Chung, Frankie Wei, Fan Mei Sheng
Return Of The Dead is a long-awaited sequel to renowned director Li Han-hsiang's first experiment in the horror genre, Enchanted Shadow. However, Return Of The Dead takes a step further from being a sheer representation of classic Chinese literature to being a navigator in the often-neglected dark corners of human nature. The insertion of erotic scenes throughout the film is yet another reminder that indulgence in sensual pleasures is futile and detrimental.
Martial arts superstar, Jimmy Wang Yu plays the young hot-headed Kuo Liang, Police Chief Inspector Yang's son. Kuo falls in love with sexy dancing girl, Mei Lin (Margret Hsing Hui), and when he needs money, he gambles. The world is a cruel place and Kuo is duped of his cash by trickster Chen Piao (Ku Feng). When Mei Lin is raped by a bunch of teddy boys, Kuo's urge to take his own justice grows... but how can he break the law when his father is the Police Chief!
Wang Yu, Margaret Hsing Hui, Tien Feng, Tang Ching, Lin Ching
Kuo Ching-chung (Ling Yun), an office worker, his wife, Chen Mei-chuan (Terry Liu) and his sister, Carrie (Chiang San), are passengers on a ferry bound for an outlying island of Hong Kong. On board the same boat are a group of young hooligans who form the so-called 'speed gang' of motorcyclists. One of them called Michael makes advances to Carrie, but is stopped by his brother Johnny, the ringleader. On the island, the trio goes joy-riding on a car, while Carrie's boyfriend Huang Szu-wei (Danny Lee) goes fishing. The 'speed gang' harasses them by driving their motorbikes around their car at breakneck speed. In the evening the gangs take part in a motorcycle race organized by Johnny. The winners are given the company of girls from the 'speed gang'. Kuo and Huang plan to take Chen Mei-chuan and Carrie back to town to avoid being molested, but the gangs stop them by playing different tricks including the deflating of their car tyres. In an ensuing scuffle, Chen Mei-chuan is assaulted and Carrie is killed. Jumping on a motorbike, Huang races it against the hooligans, knocking them down, but is killed by a stone hurled at his head. Michael again tries to rape Chen Mei-chuan in a forest, but is overpowered by her husband who arrives in the nick of time. He is then tied up and took to Kuo's house. The teddy boys led by Johnny subsequently arrive to storm it and succeed in breaking into it after a series of attempts. However, they meet with stubborn resistance from Kuo and his wife. Fortunately, the Marine Police arrive just in time to arrest the teddy boys.
Not a love triangle but a love 'rectangle', Rose, Be My Love is a romantic drama set on the eve of World War II that represents the high standards achieved by Shaw Brothers in both aspects of star power and technical polish.
This is based on the real-life story of Master Yu Jim Yuen who strives to run his academy in the 1960s, even as the opera culture is declining. Three young men, Sammo Hung, Jackie Chan and Yuen Biao, are determined to train under Master Yu and undergo extremely tough training before they become three of Hong Kong’s biggest stars
Legendary director Chang Cheh brings heroic bloodshed to the streets of contemporary Hong Kong in Police Force. It's also the debut of Chang's latest talent discovery, Alexander Fu Sheng, who quickly rocketed to stardom. Alexander Fu Sheng was the only Shaw actor to successfully challenge Jackie Chan's foothold on the kung fu comedy. Fight scenes choreographed by the celebrated Liu Chia Liang (Lau Kar Leung) just rock and roll with eye-popping delight.
The traditional lion dance has never looked so good as in Lion VS Lion which captures the most impressive sequences of lion dancing on film. Besides being loaded with enjoyable martial arts chicanery, film historians can revel because it's also the first film that clearly demonstrates the intricacies and differences between the traditional Northern and Southern lion dancing techniques. The Five Venom alumnus and Chang Cheh discovery, Lo Meng, teams up with Liu Chia-liang protege Wang Yu, as they inadvertently turn from vagabond kung-fu school operators into anti-Ching, patriotic fighters.
Wang Yu, Chien Yuen-sheng, Wang Lung-wei, Lo Meng, Yang Pan-pan
The roguish scamp Zhen and his best friend Chia collects proof of corruption from the officials in this comedy-drama. After a string of blackmailing, they end up in positions of power, but what is to happen next?
Like many of the swordsman films of the sixties, The Magnificent Swordsman centers on the hero vowing vengeance against evil bandits that killed his family when he was a child. Influenced by Akira Kurosawa's The Seven Samurai, the hero (played by Huang Tsung-shun who starred in Bruce Lee's Fist Of Fury), recruits several friends to help peasants rid their village of marauding bandits, the leader of course being the man that killed his family.
Shu Pei-pei, Huang Tsung-hsing, Tien Feng, Ching Miao
The heroine Yu Fei Xia is accused of stealing the book of martial arts secrets. To prove her innocence, she disguises herself as a man and finds her way into the Shaolin Temple to find out the truth...
Take a vacation with sexy Lily Ho and Jimmy Lin Chong. They operate a travel agency specializing in Southeast Asian holidays, and many a school mistress and her charges have been charmed during their Tropicana Interludes. Lin Chong wears his trademark Nehru suits, tours the scenic sights of Malaysia and Singapore, and warbles a half-dozen hit tunes, making this one of Shaw Brothers most lively 1960’s musical romances.
Lily Ho , Jimmy Lin Chong , Essie Lin Chia, Lily Li
Inspired by the story of Macau’s Casino King Stanley Ho, the movie traces his blood-splattered fight to the top from 1930s to 1960s. In 1941, a young graduate, Benny Ho, flees Hong Kong during the Japanese invasion and heads for Macau. Benny starts as a labourer but rises to the top of the city’s casino business with his courage, wisdom and diligence.