When Chen Jun (Dragon Shek) returns home to Shanghai to find his former kung fu master (Gordon Liu) dead, he can't shake the hunch that a rival martial arts school is to blame. Readying himself for a full-fledged rampage of revenge, Chen first launches an investigation and then takes on the entire school, putting his years of martial arts training to the test.
In Japanese-occupied Shanghai, Chen-Jun joins the legendary Jin Wu Martial Arts Academy to train as an underground resistance fighter. But when Chen's master is killed by the Japanese, Chen unleashes his skills in an unstoppable fight for vengeance.
A group of six yuppies goes to Lantau for a fun holiday, and the result is anything but. The Chinese title—"The Evil Curse of the Burning Charcoal"—is more descriptive than the international title. The picture opens with a young lady's suicide by inhaling the carbon monoxide fumes of her charcoal burner and making big headlines in the tabloid press. The holiday-goers gossip about the news, little realizing that they are in danger of suffering the same fate.
Tony Leung Hung Wa contributes a new entry into the hopping vampire and sorcery genre that was at its peak in the mid-eighties. Southern Mao and Northern Ma are professional corpse escorts. They have been given the task of escorting a pair of lovers, Wong and Jenny, to their final resting place. Mao and Ma take on the job, accompanied by their apprentices, and begin their journey. But a dark wizard, Ha La Chak, is on their trail, searching for a secret letter possibly concealed within Wong's body.
An SDU member (Alex Fong) is transferred to a local Hong Kong Police Station as a Chief Inspector. There, he will lead a team in order to fight the triad crime activity till the last consequences.
After his village it is brutally attacked by bandits, and his family gets murdered, Jun plans on seeking out distant relatives in Shanghai. On the way he is forced to join a criminal gang after they witness his martial arts skills. After a long and arduous journey, Jun eventual finds refuge at the Jin Wu Martial Arts Academy.
Romancing Bullet is a crime movie starring Danny Lee and Max Mok.
For ten years, Cho has been in the snow of Mount Shin Fung waiting for a rare flower to blossom that will cure his wife who, back in Chung Yuan, is slowly killing all of the members of the Eight Big Clans. Something Cho did to her early in their marriage has turned her hair white and driven her mad. Cho's nephew, Kit, marries Lyre; they are deeply in love. On their wedding night, Ni-Chang, the bride with white hair, kidnaps Lyre and takes her to her harem of fighting women to indoctrinate her against Kit. Kit tries to lead a rescue party, but they are up against formidable opponents. Can Cho come in time with the blossom to soften Ni-Chang's heart?
Kui (Wong Ka Kui), Keung (Steve Wong), Chung (Paul Wogn) and Wing (Wing Yip) are four buddies who are all very enthusiastic about music. Together they form a band called Beyond. In order to fulfill his family's emigration dream, Kui works round the clock to earn money and exhausts himself to sickness. Keung wants to build a successful career, but only finds himself being framed by his boss. Chung's childhood dream was to become a police officer, but he is rejected due to his weak body. Wing wants to study music at Hong Kong University, but his girlfriend (Faye Wong) and her parents pressure him into medicine. Can they find their ways again through friendship and music?
After being separated for years, former lovers Macy and Anita are reunited at a pregnancy seminar. After sharing the accidental circumstances that led to their respective pregnancies, the two fall back in love. However, to add to the trouble caused by the fathers of their babies, Anita also finds herself the victim of gender discrimination at work due to her pregnancy. Will Macy and Anita make it through the obstacles in the way of their reunion, and what roles will the two to-be-fathers end up playing in the women's lives?
Three police officers attempt to nab a serial rapist and pursue him to a construction site. The suspect's body is found dismembered later, with his limbs and torso scattered around three different locations at the site.
Return to Dark is a Hong Kong Crime movie starring Anthony Wong
Rookie policeman Shing (Louis Koo) grapples with right and wrong in this action-packed story about Hong Kong gangsters. Assigned to go undercover, Shing is so successful in playing the part of a gang member that he becomes right-hand man to gang leader Fei Ling (Andy Lau). Shing comes to respect Fei Ling and question his original motives, but the troubled cop must make a crucial decision before rival gangs and impatient cops move in for the kill.
My Date with a Vampire is a 1998 Hong Kong television series produced by ATV. The story is based on the future events of the plot of Vampire Expert, a similar two-season television drama aired on ATV in 1995 and 1996. It blends aspects of the jiangshi with those of western vampires, while injecting elements of Chinese mythology and modern horror legends. The series is a tribute to Lam Ching-ying, the lead actor of Vampire Expert and a prominent cast member in the Mr. Vampire franchise, who died of liver cancer in 1997. It was followed by My Date with a Vampire II and My Date with a Vampire III.
Fist of Fury is a 1995 Hong Kong television series adapted from the 1972 film of the same title. Produced by ATV and STAR TV, the series starred Donnie Yen as Chen Zhen, a role previously played by Bruce Lee in Fist of Fury and Jet Li in Fist of Legend. The series is also related to the 2010 film Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen, in which Yen reprises his role. This series was edited into a 225 minute movie titled Sworn Revenge for the US market in 2002.
Aiming to become the best tour guide in the industry, Ng Ka-yee sets up a travel agency with his girlfriend Szema Shuk-ching but he goes bankrupt and owes a huge debt after being cheated by others. Ka-yee wishes to pass the last few months of bankruptcy peacefully and start a new chapter with Shuk-ching after marriage. However, Shuk-ching falls in love with his best friend Ching Siu-shan and Ka-yee is devastated. During this time, Ka-yee runs into the newly immigrated social worker Yik Suet-fei, his Dongguan cousin Choi Sum who dreams to be a singer in Hong Kong and the old singer Monrole who is looking for free meals everywhere. In addition, his younger sister Ng Chi-ching also returns to Hong Kong by lying to him that she has completed her master's degree in Taiwan already. Different cultures and lifestyles between Hong Kong and mainland China create family farce every day.
The ruthless Fong Chi-Lik suffers from congestive heart failure, and was fortunate to have the recently died Yiu Yat-San donate his heart to him. After going through heart transplant surgery, Chi-Lik's personality changes drastically; Chi-Lik turns into a good man with a caring attitude. But when Chi-Lik discovers Yat-San's "accidental" death involved him and his wife, he gets lost between love and righteousness, good and evil. Meanwhile, Yat-San's twin brother Yiu Yuet-San returns to Hong Kong to prepare for his brother's funeral and falls in love with his brother's girlfriend Yuen Siu-Kat. The plot thickens when Yuet-San finds out that his twin brother’s death was not an accident and begins investigating to uncover the truth.
Eminent Northern Song Dynasty writer, So Tung-po is unable to forget about his late wife and hence, turns a blind eye to his sister-in-law, Wong Yun-zhi's active pursuit of him. However, the food lover in him is eventually swayed by Wong Yun-zhi's braised pork dish, so they finally get married. He thought life would be perfect after marriage, but a slew of family problems is making his head spin!
Ko Tin Bo had been an experienced eater since youth, he knows everything about food and the taste as soon as it goes into his mouth. Unfortunately due to a family crisis he and his loyal follower Lee Wai were forced to wander the streets and made a living off selling buns. Because of food, Tin Bo met a female street entertainer Gei Mo Suet, the Capital's most beautiful woman Lin Yeuk Bik and female chef Mai Siu Yue. It is also because of fate that he encountered the Fourth Royal Prince Yan Chan who discovered his talent and recommended him to the palace to work as a palace chef. In the palace, Tin Bo meets his old enemy Choi Hok Ting and set off a series of battles in the kitchen. Tin Bo also didn't know he was getting himself involved in the Eighth Royal Prince Yan Yik's evil plot.
When lazy second-generation heir Yau Tin, takes over the grocery store inside the building, he overhauls it and hires all the residents in the building to work there. But soon environmentalist and stock boy, Lam Joi-yeh, leads a revolt against Yau Tin when he puts up a huge poster against the building that affects the residents' quality of life.
Kwok Hei Sin is not your ordinary police constable. He is an expert in geomancy, which he uses at critical moments to solve mysterious cases. He also has Leung Sing Kau, who is connected with people conducting both legal and illegal activities, as his informant. His outlandish character often leaves his superior, Che Gwai Fei , astonished. She is a criminal psychologist who uses rationale to analyze everything. They appear to be polar opposites, yet through working together, they develop an unspoken mutual understanding. Outside of work, she only cares about the marriages of her younger siblings, Che Gwai Yan and Che Gwai Gwan. When Che Gwai Yan becomes involved in a love triangle with Leung Sing Kau and Tit Neong Zi, Che Gwai Fei loses control of her emotions. Luckily, Kwok Hei Sin is there to help her. At this time, a series of missing persons cases occur. The culprit's modus operendi evokes Kwok Hei Sin's memories of the past, which he has been hiding for many years.
For the sake of upholding their values and exacting justice, the Chief Inspector of the Traffic Investigation Department and the Superintendent of the East Kowloon Crime Squad join hands in a battle of wits and will against a lawyer who is known for finding loopholes to help his client.
Spirit of the Dragon is a Hong Kong TV series based on famous martial artist Bruce Lee. The 30 episode series was released on ATV in 1992.