Celebrating 45 Years of King Boxer

Craig Lines Sep 6, 2017 45 years on, we revisit King Boxer, and find a genuinely great martial arts movie... Asian martial arts are now deeply embedded in western pop culture, but this wasn’t always ...

Looking back at The Five Deadly Venoms

facebook twitter google+ The Five Deadly Venoms is a martial arts classic, that comes with one of the best opening sequences we've seen... You don't need to do much more than whisper "I had five ...

Looking back at The Five Deadly Venoms

facebook twitter google+ The Five Deadly Venoms is a martial arts classic, that comes with one of the best opening sequences we've seen... You don't need to do much more than whisper "I had five ...

100 Great Kung Fu Movies – Part 3 (59-40)

When it comes to making features like this one, i love the idea of coming up with my own personal “100 Great Kung Fu Movies” of all time. It is tough choosing just 100 because you know there are many ...

El Rey Network's Two Day Father's Day Movie Marathon Spotlights the Father of Kung Fu Cinema Chang Cheh

El Rey Network will celebrate Father’s Day with a Kung Fu marathon dedicated to the most prolific director Shaw Brothers’ history and the Father of Kung Fu Cinema, Chang Cheh. Starting Saturday, June ...

List Of 10 Kung Fu Movies You Need To Have Watched – Part 10

Like millions of you around the world, i love Kung Fu movies. It is the only real genre that keeps me going back for more and that is why i will always love Kung Fu movies. I know many of you have ...

Fantasia 2014: ‘Once Upon a Time in Shanghai’ is a fun throwback

Once Upon a Time in Shanghai Directed by Ching-Po Wong Written by Jing Wong China & Hong Kong, 2014 Inspired by the Shaw brothers classic Boxer from Shantung, Once Upon a Time in Shanghai is an ...

Iffr: Andy On – Once Upon a Time in Shanghai (2014) Review

Plot65% Action79% Directing74% Acting68% Style75%Cool Action by Yuen-Woo PingNice atmosphere by style and musicPlot is nothing special 75%Overall Score Reader Rating: (1 Vote)100% Welcome to the ...

For the Love of Shaw: Why Shaw Brothers movies are awesome

Shaw Brothers films are not exactly at the top of many film buffs’ watching list. For one, there has not been a traditional Shaw film, opening fanfare and all, in close to 30 years and a hefty portion ...

Chang Cheh (張徹): The Legendary Director

Chang Chen is one of the best directors in Kung Fu cinema, known as the main man behind many Shaw Brothers classics, Chang Chen always brings blood and guts as well as having a great story line and ...

Teaser For ‘Once Upon A Time In Shanghai’ (Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo Ping)

Cast Philip Ng Sammo Hung Andy On Luxia Jiang Director: Wong Ching-Po Action Director: Yuen Woo Ping Also Known As: Da Shang Hai Tan Zhi Ma Yong Zhen Country: Hong Kong Language: Cantonese ...

King Of Kung Fu’s – Top 40 Kung Fu Movies Of The 70′s (40 – 31)

This is a run down of my Top 40 kung fu movies of the 1970′s. There were so many great films in this era, i just hope i do this list some justice. The movies chosen are just my personal choice, i ...

Shaw Brothers Saturdays: ‘The Boxer from Shantung’ somehow goes for something new, yet lacks originality

The Boxer from Shantung Directed by Chang Cheh and Pao Hsueh Lieh Written by Chang Cheh and Ni Kuang Hong Kong, 1972 Anyone who has seen just a few Shaw martial arts films has noticed a trend: all ...

The Boxer From Shantung (1972)

The Boxer From Shantung is a 1972 kung fu classic, directed by the legendary Chang Cheh and Pao Hsueh Lieh and starring Chen Kuan Tai, David Chiang and Cheng Hong Yip. The action is brought to us by ...