ONE-ARMED SWORDSMAN revolutionized the kung-fu film, paving the way to the Golden Age and new wave era, which has made Hong Kong action cinema one of the most respected in the world. It was also a gigantic box-office hit, and overwhelming popular demand called for a sequel. Director Chang Cheh truly proved that he was indeed the "Godfather of the Kung-fu Film" by mounting a follow-up which many say is even more accomplished and exciting than the original. Jimmy Wang Yu is back as one-armed hero Fang Kang, who just wants to lead a quiet life... until the Eight Demon Swordsmen won't take "no" for an answer. That's their mistake: Fang takes them all on, and more, in this fight-filled, action packed adventure which clearly proves that one arm, attached to the right hero, is better than sixteen.
Jimmy Wang Yu, Chiao Chiao, Tien Feng, Essie Lin Chia
David Chiang plays the all-new-one-armed hero - a man who chops off his right arm rather than live with dishonor. When the love of his life is kidnapped and his best friend murdered by the gang, it's time to battle.
When this amazing movie premiered, Stephen Chow was already one of Hong Kong's biggest stars and a comic icon being compared with everyone from THE MARX BROTHERS to BUGS BUNNY. His director, Jeff Lau, had helmed Chow's breakthrough film, ALL FOR THE WINNER, so their collaboration was tried and true. Having already lampooned such subjects as gambling, kung-fu, the justice system, the educational system, James Bond, and even Chinese mythology, Chow and a great cast of new faces as well as old favorites take on ghostbusting. It starts when a couple kill the man’s mother, then die themselves trying to kill the exorcist who uncovers their crime. They vow vengeance, leading to a duel to end all duels between the living and the dead. There are thrills and laughs galore in this Chow winner, who is now taking his rightful place as an international comic genius.
Accepted to the Golden Sword School after his father sacrificed his life to save his master, Fang Kang (Wang Yu) is resented by his fellow pupils and decides to leave. However, his master's daughter Chi Pei (Pan Yin Tse) challenges him to a fight and chops off his arm. After being nursed back to health by Hsiao Man (Chiao Chiao), Fang Kang attempts to master the art of sword fighting with one arm and finds himself returning to the Golden Sword School on a desperate mission to save his master.
Wang Yu , Pan Yin Tse , Chiao Chiao , Chang Pei Shan
Two young men join a rebel group after the Chinese Revolution of 1911 and become patriotic heroes accidentally. Assisted by a warlord’s daughter, they successfully help the rebels steal weapons from the warlord in this action comedy.
Five students escape from the burning of the Shaolin Temple by the Qing soldiers. They train hard in each of their own fighting styles and aim to join forces to take revenge against the Qing. They are known as “The Five Shaolin Masters”.
David Chiang, Ti Lung, Fu Sheng, Chi Kuan Chun, Meng Fei
This top ten box office hit reunites the star duo from COME DRINK WITH ME in another classic tale of action and intrigue. Cheng Pei-pei (a quarter-century before gaining Hollywood fame as the villainess of CROUCHING TIGER, HIDDEN DRAGON) radiates grace and beauty while wielding the deadly "shadow whip." The weapon is almost as major a character as Cheng, implicated as it is in multiple murders, a major heist, and an enigmatic mystery that sets in motion a pursuit by both good and evil knights. Cheng finds herself in the eye of the storm, and whether single-handedly fighting sixteen bandits or avenging her father's brutal end, she demonstrates why she was Hong Kong cinema's number one swordswoman - - and no slouch when it came to the whip!
Cheng Pei-pei, Yueh Hua, Tien Feng, Ku Feng, Wang Hsieh
A heroic tale about Hong Kong's brave firefighters. These courageous men can march into disastrous firegrounds and risk their lives to save others. However, do they have the same courage to confront their personal issues?
Water Clan Chief is severely wounded by a samurai killer shortly before the annual duel at Tai Lake. He sends his brother Bao Yu on a long journey to find an antidote for him. On the way, Bao Yu encounters Little Princess and falls in love with her, not knowing that she is hiding a secret plot…
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.