2LDK is a raw, violent and darkly biting satire about two actresses fed up with each other, going for the jugular.
A pure Shaw Brothers delight, One-Armed Boxer is a mixture of nonsense, nationalism, and near constant brawling.
A confused and slap-dash DTV mess. Pursuit is heavy on hammy action, starring a disappointing Emile Hirsch and forgotten John Cusack.
Revenge and patriotism blend to give The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter the needed fuel for its outstanding fight scenes.
An unending parade of non-stop action and masterful kung fu set pieces mark the vintage action classic Monkey Kung Fu from the legendary Shaw Brothers label.
A clever, enjoyable kung-fu romance is at the heart of Shaolin Mantis, and comes well prepared for the tragic fighting to come during a lengthy final chapter.
A so-called Troma classic, Surf Nazis Must Die, lands on Blu-ray to disappointing results.
Legendary Weapons of China is an '80s kung fu classic from the Shaw Brothers which infuses spectacular, high-flying martial arts with supernatural moves.
Betrayal and revenge serve as the core story to Flag of Iron, but it's a film defined more by its creative fighting methods than its plot.
A tale of success, ego, and crude business, Disciples of Shaolin has fun between its dramatic high points.
A joyous, flawlessly done tone highlights the playful Dirty Ho.
While initially a playful marriage tale, Heroes of the East soon becomes an aggressively nationalist film favoring Hong Kong styles.