Looking for Jackie 2009

Jackie Chan is the undefeated Kung Fu Master who dishes out the action in traditional Jackie Chan style. When a young boy sets out to learn how to fight from the Master himself, he not only witnesses some spectacular fights, but learns some important life lessons along the way.

Crystal Fist 1979

A young man vows revenge against the killers of his father. To do this, he must train with his father's teacher who teaches him the "Shadow Claw", a deadly combination of the eagle claw and shadow fist.

Mr. Zhao 1998

Mr. Zhao tells the story of a philandering doctor living in Shanghai. His infidelity gets the best of him, however, when his mistress Tian Jing (Chen Yinan) announces she is pregnant, while his wife learns of his affair but refuses to grant a divorce

Eagle's Claw 1978

The mainly evil Mantis Fist school and the righteous Eagle Claw have fought out a bitter rivalry over many years. The culmination in this progressive clash is the death of the Eagle's Claw school master due to a severe beating by his savage, eccentric rival. With the school now in turmoil, the dying master leaves the responsibilities of his legacy to his second most senior pupil (Wong Tao) while ignoring the quietly seething senior student (Chi Kwan Chun). The forgotten man cannot contain his rage for long though and storms off to the Mantis Fist school out of spite. While at his new school, the senior student begins to attract the attention of his new master's daughter and makes strong progress in the Mantis Fist school. However, his former friends continue to harbor resentment after his sudden exit and refuse to let the rivalry end. All is not as obvious as it seems though and the real motives of each character is revealed before the classic fight finale.

Crazy Couple 1979

Joe is on his way to White Cloud Hill to learn kung-fu from Mun the Invincible. Joe found that Chiao is good at martial art. He begs Chiao and finally became Chiao's pupil. Chiao assigns him to take care of his lunatic daughter June. Seven outlaws invades Ox Village. Master Kwan mobilizes his pupils and the villagers to defend but are conquered by the outlaws. Finally, Chiao appears and beats them all. Back to the house, Chiao's daughter is found being tied up. Chiao sends Joe to his brother Tiger Wang for assistance. Joe mistakenly takes Dragon Mak for Chiao and invites him to Ox Village. A fight starts when Chiao and Dragon meet which reveals a story of years ago when they were partners in a robbery. (Joy Sales)

The Incredible Kung Fu Master 1979

Tung Wei (18 Fatal Strikes Enter The Dragon) is a lad who wants to learn kung fu. He trains in two different styles: Hung Gar and Wing Chun. Everything is fine until a jealous master creates a rift between Tung's two teachers, and he has to choose sides. But a bigger problem looms ahead. The Tiger Master, played by Philip Ko (Dragon On Fire, Fearless Dragons), wants to fight both men to the death. They're no match for him, so Tung goes to the one man who can train him properly: Sammo Hung

Dragon's Claws 1979

A "Dragon Claw" master returns from Manchuria where he became a traitor to China. He's after the coveted Dragon Claw Golden Tablet that will force people to bow down to him. He challenges the Grand-master who has a checkered past of his own. The Grand-master happens to suffers from a terminal chronic injury related to his evil past. The traitor kills the grand-master, causing his wife and son the go into hiding. The wife seems to really be the Dragon Claw master in the family and she vows to train her son the kung fu secrets. The son finds that one of his friends has learned a strange style of kung fu from a filthy medicine man. The son seeks him out to improve his kung fu and defeat the traitor.

Goose Boxer 1979

Mortal combat erupts when two martial arts masters are killed by a gray haired master of the Crane Style. The deadly battle has a profound effect on a young student of Crane Style, whose stall was destroyed in the fight. However, his master pushes his training so ruthlessly that he rebels and seeks out his own style, the Firing Goose, which he plans to use in retaliation for his stall being wrecked. A new dimension in Kung Fu with wicked and unique forms.

Zhao Yiman 1950

Chinese black and white film released in 1950.

Beyond the Great Wall 1964

Beyond the Great Wall is a true story based on how Wang Chao-chun sacrificed her love and life for the good of the Chinese people during war time fears between China and the Huns.

Shaolin Invincible Guys 1978

The girlfriend of a con-man is being held in a brothel and he must try to raise 200 tales of gold as a dowry. So he cheats a country simpleton out of his money then goes and loses it in the casino resulting in the country man feeling sorry for him. The two become friends and as they are both expert fighters start working as instructors for a local big boss but this causes real trouble.

Call Girl '92 1992

When a frumpy divorcee leaves her philandering spouse for the company of her best friend's classy stable of escorts, romantic misadventures begin.

God of War, Zhao Yun

“God of War, Zhao Yun” is a 2015 Chinese drama series directed by Yong Guo Jian. It is based on the novel “Romance of the Three Kingdoms” by Shan Tian

Searching For Lin Zhao's Soul 2004

This landmark documentary reveals the tragic life of a gifted young woman who was executed for speaking out during the height of Chairman Mao’s rule.

An Old Kung Fu Master 1980

The plot involves the search for the elusive "Bamboo Stick," an aged kung fu master played by Simon Yuen, who kills a local crime boss's son after taking the place of the son's forced bride on the wedding night. Lee Hoi San plays the crime boss who will stop at nothing to get Bamboo Stick. Chan Lung plays a respected courier, one of Bamboo Stick's former students, who is framed for theft and pursued by the gang, in the hopes that Bamboo Stick will come to help him. Cliff Lok plays a wandering aspiring kung fu student and noodle maker who is mistaken for Bamboo Stick after fighting off some thugs who attack a woman.

Kung Fu Zombie 1981

A criminal comes to town in order to kill Billy Chong over a past dispute. But instead of getting his own hands dirty, he hires a Taoist wizard to animate some zombies to do the job for him. The plan goes horribly awry, and the bad guy ends up getting killed in his own trap. This pisses off the villain's spirit and he forces the priest to reincarnate him - only they can't find a suitable body. Meanwhile, an undead fiend of sorts comes to town to kill Billy's father over some other past dispute. This is where all of Billy's kung fu training comes in handy, and he manages to kill the attacker. With this, the other bad guy finally has a body to use, but the reincarnation goes wrong and the corpse is reborn as a vampire.

Five Fingers of Death 1972

A young boxer joins a martial arts school to increase his skill so he can enter a martial arts competition. he leaves the school when he hears that a local gangster is terrorizing the town. he comes to the aid of a young singer and brings on the wrath of the local gang. he eventually enters the martial arts competition after learning iron palm technique and takes out all competition.