Smugglers, prostitutes, and misdirected love
Yanhong was murdered by a traitor and is preparing for death on the charge of murdering her husband. She repeatedly told adults and those who executed him that she was wronged, but no one believed her. In the end, she could only die with injustice. Before her death, she told the executioners that she would retaliate... Yanhong died, but everything seemed to be the same as she said, and she began to retaliate. A series of supernatural events, such as causing zombies and being injured by ghosts, occurred in the house where he wanted to retaliate
This rare swordplay team with top kung fu starlet Polly Shang Kwan and Pai Ying are on a mission to escort an official across a particularly treacherous and dangerous valley.
Polly's father is murdered, and it's up to her, her brothers, and the "Sword King" (Roc Tien Ping) to avenge him.
The film opens with a duel on a beach between two master swordsman. An elderly master looks on as the two battle. He stops the duel and proclaims one swordsman the winner and awards him the coveted Purple Light Sword making him the new Sword King. He returns home to show his sickly teacher the treasure but they are attacked by the weird minions of evil King Gold who wants to combine the power of the sword with his developing Fire Ball power. The Sword King loses the sword, his master is killed and is forced to join forces with his opponent from the duel to retrieve it. Along the way they are joined by the daughter of the Blind Master and later the Beggar Army.
Wandering endlessly between pure incoherence and a tragedy rife with dramatic possibilities, Lau Kwok-Hung sets up the murder mystery of a, low and behold, killer who strikes during rainy nights.
Set in Sung Dynasty at a tumultuous time when China is invaded by the northern Jin Empire, the story revolves around swordsman Ge (David Tong Wai), who is wronged for murdering the son of the Prime Minister. Luckily, his superb kung fu helps him escape. But when the Sung General Chang is killed by the Jin Admiral Wanyan, and Chang's beautiful daughter Chu (Han Hsiang Chin) is seeking a patriotic hero to avenge his father's death, Ge pledges to assassinate Wanyan within ten days and marry Chu. But he has to first deal with the four kung fu masters serving under the Jin Admiral.
18-year-old Ainu is kidnapped and sold to a brothel. Her good looks and wild personality make her very popular with the lustful clients, but also draw the lesbian attentions of brothel madam Chun Yi. Chun Yi teaches Ai nu the ways of lust and the ways of kung fu, and Ai nu becomes more and more similar to her captor. But rage at her treatment is still burning inside her.
During the Sung dynasty with Emperor Hsiao Hsia in power and freedom fighters, who are based in the Tai-hun Mountains. Miss Shang is on her way to Dragon City to receive secret plans to take to the rebel stronghold. But the Mayor kills her contact and takes the plans. She must now find the plans and exact revenge upon the murderous Mayor.
During the time of the Sung dynasty (roughly, around the 12th century), rebels in North China are fighting the Tartar invaders. A lady known as the Iron Mistress made a kind of Robin Hood career, from simply leading a bunch of thieves to become a local hero and a serious threat.
A murderer, with the help of Chinese vampires, does battle with the ghost of a dead gambling lord's wife and the gambling lord's living brother. A cut n paste movie that uses footage from The Stunning Gambling (Taiwan) mixed with new footage.
Wang Yu stars as the charismatic martial arts master Iron Palm who crosses paths on the road with angry swordswoman Hung (Shang-Kuan Ling Feng, Dragon Inn). She's out to get revenge for her father who was killed by a band of ruthless bandits (Paul Chang Chun, Kenneth Tsang, Sit Hon, and Man Chung San). After their fateful encounter, Iron Palm decides to covertly assist Hung in her quest.
Brilliant Taiwan wuxia film Black Invitation directed by Chou Hsu Chiang. Living large in the Fuhu Shan region, Qiu San (Ma Ji) and his ruthless gang extort money from the local people by sending out black invitations listing how much the gang would like to "borrow". Those who hand over the money even a little late experience the gang's violent wrath. The Wan family is thrown into danger when...
To gain control of a gold mine, the owner Ho Kwai-Shan is poisoned by the Lee family. His daughter Yu-Ling is staying with her uncle at his martial arts school and was due to return home. Just before she leaves, the masters son, Sha Yu-Lung, returns home to teach at his a fathers school. Sha is given the task of taking Yu-Ling home but she takes an instant disliking to him
Taiwanese martial arts film by Wang Hung-Chang.
The Unique Lama is a 1978 Wuxia film from Taiwan
The good guys, a trio of swordsmen, gradually collect allies, including one by marriage. The groom must depart along with his bride but she must pass 3 tests before leaving. Then the group has to survive a series of traps before facing the villain.
The setting for this tale is an inn where people come from all corners of China every 5 years to witness and participate in a prestigious horse race. However, the inn is also swarming with thieves and con-men looking to score. Angela Mao plays the innkeepers daughter and she sends the villains back to where they came from in a series of great fights. Angela Mao using the Snake fist is a must see.
Martial arts superstar Carter Wong portrays a revolutionary who is an expert in the Iron Finger style of kung fu. When his mother is kidnapped, he is forced by his enemy James Tien to destroy a group of subversive warlords, including renegade monk Kam Kong and five element venom man Ricky Cheng. Non-stop, no-holds-barred fight action make this a must for any fan of the martial arts.
The sleepy town of Black Stone erupts into martial turmoil when a counterfeiting ring run by the mysterious golden haired gorilla Mr. Lung comes under the scrutiny of an undercover agent Ching, a reformed assassin and expert of southern fist boxing.
Shaw legend Tony Liu Yung is the swashbuckling swordsman who takes on all odds. The Jade Hairpin is the only clue in a series of crimes that are carried out by the opera gang, a band of masked men of a poisonous family. Its weapon is a cunning plan of guts vs. skill and brains vs. survival in this epic!
A golden-masked clan master, who had killed many top fighters, was determined to acquire an invincible sword manual so as to rule the martial world. Hence, he pursued a swordsman who possessed the manual, but the latter managed to escape and discovered a cave whereby he met two martial arts masters who taught him the invincible sword skills...
The movie is structured much like a murder mystery, albeit one that gives the viewer a fight scene every couple of minutes. There’s a murderer who goes by the moniker Devil Swordsman gallivanting around the countryside in an outfit that looks like a ninja cloak by way of a KKK robe who’s killing all of the major kung fu masters and clan leaders with a single swipe to the face. One of his first victims is the head of the White Dragon tribe, whose son, Shan, is played by Dorian Tan Tao-Liang. Shan naturally assumes the role of detective in order to avenge his father, since that’s what people do in these movies.
When the children of an executed General are pursued in 1457 China, some heroic martial arts swordsmen intervene.
Set against the backdrop of Thai International Boxing, what starts out as a happy love story between Wong, a champion boxer, and his beloved, develops into a violent and explosive saga of blood and guts. 'The Dark Alley' lights up in a furor of incredible kung fu fighting and ruthless revenge that will leave you breathless'
Tyrone Shu directs Lung Chun, Wang Tao, and Angela Mao in the historically set martial arts film Moonlight Sword & Jade Lion. During the Sung Dynasty, Mao plays a martial arts expert who finds herself involved in a variety of political intrigues. "Feisty ace martial artist Chu Siew Yen promises her teacher that she will find his missing brother. During her search Chu also tries to discover the identity of the person who killed her parents. Of course, accomplishing said tasks proves easier said than done as Chu faces opposition from many people she encounters on the way to uncovering the truth." Written by Woodyanders
Ku Shen Chai, an artist in his early 30s, still lives with his mother, but he is suddenly shaken by the arrival of Yang Hui-ching, a mysterious princess on the run. Yang brings Ku into her circle of protectors, including a nameless monk whose spiritual guidance transforms him into a valiant fighter.