A long-awaited horror sequel after Enchanted Shadow, this is about three asylum inmates telling their stories. In story one, a husband and wife discover they should be careful what they wish for. A naked female ghost seeks revenge from her watery grave in story two, and a dead prostitute returns as a ghost in the last tale.
The son of the imperial teacher is beheaded by Justice Bao for corruption. Infuriated, the teacher hires assassins to kill Bao, who is saved by Zhan Zhao. Meanwhile, a royal treasure is stolen while a murder takes place. Bao is ordered to solve the case in ten days and Zhan quickly sets off to investigate. Will they solve the case in time?
Pat Ting Hung, Chiao Chuang, Ching Li, Chin Feng, Chang Yi
Notorious assassin Nieh Cheng has retired into hiding. However, when Premier Yen's family is massacred, he seeks out the reclusive swordsman & coaxes him into a final revenge mission in this epic story set in the Six Kingdom era.
Wang Yu, Chiao Chiao, Li Hsiang-chun, Tien Feng, Huang Chung-shun
Hui and Ha are stuck in their unhappy marriages and are attracted to each other when they meet at a party. In one of their beach strolls, Hui picks up a purple shell and gives it to Ha as a momento. When her husband finds out about them, he hurts Hui and cause her to become seriously ill, while he also blackmails Ha. How will this love story end?
Inspired by “Drunken Master”, this kung fu comedy features a bumbling martial artist creating a cricket-style fighting arts to fight and defeat the different martial artists who have beaten him before.
Kuo, a police’s son, blames his father for his mother’s death. He has no job, spends time in night clubs and always gets into fights. One night, Kuo rescues Mei from being raped and they become friends. Kuo wants to support Mei and her family so he goes gambling hoping to gain more money but bad luck seems to be following them with tragic outcomes.
Wang Yu, Margaret Hsing Hui, Tien Feng, Tang Ching, Lin Ching
Chu Twin becomes crazy after his son’s arms were chopped off. For no reason, he harms four people causing them various disabilities. The four disabled form a band to learn Kung Fu from a master, in order to take revenge on Chu Twin.
Chan Kuan Tai, Lu Feng, Kuo Chue, Sun Jian, Lo Mang, Jiang Sheng, Ching Miao
Japanese director Inoue Umetsugu takes on the glitzy world of nightclub performers in The Yellow Muffler. The film depicts the struggle of two singing sisters, Ching-ping (Irene Chen I-ling) and Pai-hung (Betty Ting Pei) and ends when they are cast in a new movie.
Betty Ting Pei, Tsung Hua, Paul Chin Pei, Irene Chen
One of the first kung fu comedies, this is a story about a con artist who uses kung fu to swindle villagers for money by pretending to be possessed by spirits. When they are threatened by bandits, he must use the same skills for good.
Three young doctors pursue three hard-to-get beauties in this romantic film set in the 70s “a-go-go” era. They have no idea where to start and use Rock-paper-scissor method to match themselves with the girls. The tactics and tricks they use are hilarious and they have to reshuffle their plans when nothing leads to success!
On his way back to the midlands, Guo Jing meets Huang Rong and they quickly fall in love. However, Ouyang Ke proposes to marry Huang Rong at the same time, so Huang’s father sets up a duel for the two men to compete for her hand. Guo Jing finally beats Ouyang Ke to win Huang Rong back.
Knowing Guo Jing has won Huang Rong’s hand in marriage using the kung fu learned from Jiu Yin manual, Ouyang Feng captures Huang and agrees to release her only if Guo can dictate the content of the manual. Will Guo give in to the threat?
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 seriously injures Huang. It seems only the Southern Emperor Duan can heal her, but will Huang be healed in time?