This is about a kung fu space cat fighting an interstellar blob and it was directed by the dude who did Riki-Oh; how do you THINK this is gonna go down?
It’s always interesting to see the debut film of a master filmmaker. It could be a brilliant slice of cinema that shows us genius from the beginning — like, say, John Cassavetes’s Shadows. Or, like Takashi Miike’s Red Hunter: Prelude to Kill, it could be a total pile of shit that offers no glimpse of...
The Wildgoose Chase is about as dumb as Hong Kong cinema gets. And that's pretty dumb.
Even if you don't dig Doctor Vampire's jarring mix of genres, it's hard not to appreciate its more insane moments, like a reanimated corpse running around with a boner and, in the case of this week's clip, a vampire getting her boobs skewered.
I'm not going to lie to you. This article is an excuse to tell you to watch The Super Inframan.
Mid-punch action! Beams of light! Furious faces! Weapons! I highly recommend clicking through to see a blown up version of this out of control poster for Heroes Three!
Hong Kong's live action adaptation of Wicked City is a bit hit-or-miss, but it does have a handful of incredible moments. This scene featuring a demented demon lady is certainly one of those moments.
It's rare that I post posters that are just plain shitty, but I've been obsessing over this awful Hong Kong poster for the hysterically titled Run for Life - Ladies from China.
For a film that shares its leads with the amazing Man from Hong Kong, Queen's Ransom is a pretty dull movie. It does, however, feature a scene where George Lazenby throws a rock at a woman then punches her to death. So I guess there's that.
You know what? I just don't feel Mondo Exploito has truly kicked things off in a new year until there's a Chow Yun Fat post.