Guo Jing and Huang Rong go to Iron Palm Peak to search for the Book of Wumu. The chief of Iron Palm discovers their visit, and Huang is seriously injured. It seems only the Southern Emperor can heal her, but will Huang be healed in time?
Only the Shaw Brothers Studio could conceive and produce such a spectacular clash of esoteric weapons. Fans of the internationally popular "FLYING GUILLOTINE" films will appreciate the continuous kung-fu confrontations with some of the most intriguing and exciting martial arts machinery ever seen on screen. The studio's first international action star, Lo Lieh (who burst upon the scene before even Bruce Lee in KING BOXER) leads the charge as holder of the title tool -- an ultra-cool flying boomerang with blades. He must take on the terrible Iron Ball Chain, Golden Net, and other deadly devices to gain control of a special elixir which will cure an all-too-treacherous royal official. Tang Chia and Yuen Cheung-yan, the underrated giants of kung-fu choreography, stage some of the best sword on shield action ever in this fun and unusual fight-fest. There are double crosses and ambushes galore before the culminating clash of sizzling steel that has to be seen to be believed.
Critically acclaimed Shaolin-brotherhood, film director legend Chang Cheh brings martial mayhem beyond reality as he merges The Five Venoms with Alexander Fu Sheng and David Chiang to add new levels to Dante's already agonizing "Inferno." Heaven And Hell screams bloody madness because the violent fight sequences will make you wince in disbelief while the notion of hell goes beyond psychotic.
Cheng Chang-ho had already established his filmmaking fame in Korea when he was invited to join the Shaw Studio. He created new fame in Hong Kong by directing (and sometimes writing) such action epics as Valley Of The Fangs, The Swift Knight, and this tale of a decapitating swordswoman who will let nothing stand in her way when she falls in love with a bandit’s son. Chiao Chiao, made famous in One-Armed Swordsman, is the girl who won’t let such trifles as craniums keep her from freeing her man from jail. The one villain who manages to keep his head (in every definition of the phrase) is Fan Mei-sheng. The success of this film really helped the director get ahead in just two years he was to helm the very first internationally successful kung-fu film: King Boxer.
Chiao Chiao, Chen Liang, Wang Hsieh, Ching Miao, Chang Pei-shan
The Story Of Sue Sanis a compelling Shaw Brothers Huangmei Opera, which centers on the romance between Wang Chin-lung (Chao Lei) and Sue San (Betty Loh Ti). Although their love for one other may be perfectly matched, the two are worlds apart when it comes to social ranking. Chin-lung is the son of a respected government official, whereas Su San is a famous prostitute! The ugly truth will prove hard to overcome to attain bliss...
Betty Loh Tih, Chao Lei, Kao Pao-shu, Chu Mu, Yang Chi-ching
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!
Martial arts student Yen returns from school to defend his family homestead against Japanese financiers after his father is killed. On the way, he meets Hua and falls in love with her. However, Hua discovers that her father is plotting with the Japanese to take Yen’s property and wants to murder him. It is a tough choice between family and love…
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
Chou Lian Huan (Chen Kuan Tai) is good at fist fighting in Shanghai. In order to please a hostess named Chen Ju Fang (Ching Li), he is willing to sacrifice everything and fight against the son of the gang leader in Shanghai. However, is Chou’s action worth it?
The story happens in a martial arts world where everyone tries to obtain the "Deer Sword". Lian's wife is wounded in an ambush and his rival Xiao saves her. They escape to Xiao’s home and he treats her poisonous wound. This leads Lian to suspect his wife’s faithfulness and results in several blood-splattering duels with Xiao.
Guo Jing meets Huang Rong and they fall in love immediately. However, Ouyang Feng also has love interest in Huang. He tries to harm their relationship but with the help of two kung fu masters, Guo restores order and learns great kung fu.
The wandering swordsman Yu Hsieh Erh has formidable sword skills and helps the poor by robbing from thieves and distributing the wealth. He meets a group of bandits who are planning to rob a convoy escorting some valuables one day, and is tricked into participating in the robbery. Yu soon realizes his folly and returns to take revenge on the bandits.