Rare sword fighting martial arts film from Taiwan.
Tien Yua, most well known for being the bad guy in Wang Yu films, especially the One Armed Boxer is the good guy here. Frankie Wei is in it as his rival. This is a rare film.
Another Cathay Wu Xia flick featuring Melinda Chen Manling.
In Holland a Royalist jails the ruler's son to obtain the secret of black tulips.
Emperor Kun-Ryung of the Ching Dynasty torments the Chosun people. For no reason, a young girl Pak Ouk-hwa, father was murdered by the emperor's guard Oh Kol-ma, and nearly beats her to death. She decides to learn martial arts from the great Buddhist priest Wun-su. She's determined to protect weak women with her martial arts. Ouk-hwa takes on the name of 'Butterfly of Ching' and goes to Ching. Afterwards, the numerous Chosun women suffering at the hands of Ching unite around Ouk-hwa. Ouk-hwa and her gang of women rebel against and fight the vicious Oh Kol-ma. One by one, the women succumb to him, but Ouk-hwa fights to the end and destroys them all. She returns to Chosun victorious.
Outlaw Huang Tian-ba becomes indignant when his adopted brother is killed by Shi Shalun the Yangzhou magistrate. Armed with his Golden Darts he wages a one man war on the magistrate and his army. A brilliant Wu Shu action film.
Playhouse employees Okimi and Otoshi become involved in an undercover officer’s investigation of a gang when they accidentally walk in on a drug deal taking place at their theater.
Lasse-Maja's (actually Lars Molin's) peculiar fate and adventure from his younger years until 1813, when he was sentenced to life imprisonment on Karlstens fortress.
In País de Roca , the guys from Avista Multimedia, Dani Salas, Aitor Bárez and Nacho Herranz, offer us a current panorama of the escalation of climbing in Spain, with internationally renowned climbers such as Iker Pou, Josune Bereciartu, Dani Andrada, Pedro Pons and José Manuel Velázquez-Gaztelu Cristo. They parade for more than an hour through some of the most emblematic Spanish sport climbs that have marked the evolution of the maximum difficulty in Spain - like La Rambla in Siurana, possible 9a, El Calvario del Sikario (8c), Exotic (8c / c +), Ondoloin (8c / c +), Honki Mix (8c +). The film has original music and is shot and edited in an innovative way, framing every last detail and every movement in close-up. Seven small films for seven great climbers,
A journalist goes in search of his missing fiance.
Old archaeologist together with his son finishes his research on a small Adriatic island, while at the same time expecting his daughter's arrival from Paris. On the basis of his films, a group of criminals try to find where did the man buried the treasure.
The King Boxer shares a name with two early 70's martial arts films, but shares a lot more with some later vintage films of the genre. Most obvious is Fong Sai Yuk, from which large chunks of plot are lifted, but the not-particularly-observant will recognise elements from Fist Of Legend and Tai Chi Master and Sammo's Prodigal Son. Well, original story lines aren't exactly a strong feature of the kung fu genre I guess tongue.gif Chin Kar Lok stars as the headstrong young (!) son of a business man who is far more interested in learning Kung Fu than business wiles, and joins the Yiyin kung fu school despite the fact their master was just defeated by their rivals and it is going to close.
A former drug runner must rescue her kidnapped son from his father.
A biker's wife is raped and murdered. He sets off in search of her killer to seek revenge.
Three boys visit a museum and discover a golden bowl - part of a legendary Aztec treasure. While looking at the treasure they set off the secret of time traveling before they know it they are aboard a pirate ship in the 18th century. They meet the beautiful female pirate Anne Bonnie, and the evil and ruthless pirate of the Caribbean Capt. Blackbeard. They must help Anne Bonnie, keep Tortuga free and from the clutches of Capt. Blackbeard, save the island, Bonnie, and find their way back home.