Jackie Chan's natural creativity began to show in Snake & Crane Shaolin Arts, even if the surrounding movie is a derivative dud.
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Underground Japanese exploitation starring some of the country's top adult stars, Maniac Driver pays delirious homage to giallo masters.
Becky charts a child's loss of innocence in a violent society under the veil of a home invasion thriller.
Fun, different, and impressively charming, My Young Auntie is a refreshing oddity in Shaw Brother's history.
An aged Julian Sands makes his comeback to genre flicks in Ghosts of Monday, which throws everything at you with a dash of style
To Kill with Intrigue mixes campy wire works an a pitifully soapy romance and ends up with little entertainment value.
Goodbye, Don Glees is an earnest and often poignant coming-of-age anime film influenced by Hollywood.
Harmlessly goofy, Men at Work takes the blue collar worker into the world of corporate politics with reckless glee.
While overstuffed with characters to a point of confusion, Ten Tigers of Kwangtung satisfies thanks to an incredible cast from Shaw Brother's roster.
Structurally odd, Shaolin Wooden Men struggles to hold interest, but those flashes of Jackie Chan's later greatness are worth it.
Mandy Moore's first starring role, A Walk to Remember is a wholesome tale of love and self-discovery.
Michael Rooker Time Shudder’s popular horror anthology rambles into its third abbreviated season, still under the guiding hand of horror effects maestro Greg Nicotero (The Walking Dead). Continuing its …