The Bloody Fists: If there's a name synonymous with dazzling martial arts sequences, it's Yuen Wo Ping, whose astonishing fight choreographies fill The Matrix and Kill Bill movies plus numerous overseas productions like this thrilling classic rumble. The story: a fugitive loner defends villagers against marauding intruders. The action: wall-to-wall, man-to-man, start-to-finish excitement as only Yuen Wo Ping can deliver!
Kung Fu of Tai Kwan Do: World War II rages on as a young Chinese soldier (Bolo Yeung) grapples with the harsh realities of trying to survive on the battlefield. The Chinese rebels continue to hold their siege against the advancing Japanese forces, and their determination is showcased in one grueling yet mesmerizing martial arts sequence after another. But can the rebels' strategy save them, or will it end up failing them as their defenses crumble one by one?
Crack Shadow Boxers: Pai-san (Feng Ku) and Wu Long (Kwok Choi Hon) are con men mistaken for kung fu experts hired to protect a small town from a horde of baddies. But not only do the townsfolk think the bumbling men are an unstoppable force; the bad guys do, too. As the villains send for reinforcements for the big showdown, the two unlucky heroes must prepare for the fight of their miserable lives in this action-packed kung fu comedy.