Tag: martial-arts

Three Films With Sammo Hung Review

Three extraordinary films with Sammo Hung make their HD debut from Eureka!

Wu Assassins: Season One Review

Netflix's new martial action series is something of a mixed bag.

Last Hurrah For Chivalry & Hand of Death: Two Films By John Woo Review

Beware of the White Crane Soul Chasing Fist! Two early films from action maestro John Woo.

Jackie Chan's Project A & Project A Part II Review

Chan-fronted Project A & Project A II get a superb release by Eureka!

Iron Monkey Review

Sometimes the only way to become a hero is to be an outlaw

Re:Born Review

If you want my blood... come and get it.

Kung Fu Yoga Review

Kung Fu Yoga is the type of Asian fusion that leaves you feeling drained and a little nauseous. If you want Jackie Chan-style action go back to his earlier films

Railroad Tigers Review

Ben Pinsent hops on a train with Jackie Chan, in his new film Railroad Tigers, to ask if he is still the little train that can?

Ip Man 3 Review

An opportunistic, but still efficient and surprisingly touching, end to the trilogy

Seven Samurai Review

Baz Hood reviews the BFI's upcoming Blu-Ray of Kurosawa's much beloved epic.

Bangkok Assassins Review

MVM's latest release brings us love, revenge and deadly chopsticks...

The Raid Review

1 Ruthless Crimelord, 20 Elite Cops, 30 Floors of Chaos... Lots & lots of stabbing.

Ninja Assassin Review

The extreme, mindless violence is certainly good fun, but is that all Ninja Assassin has to offer? Mark Lee investigates.

Ashes of Time Redux Review

Wong Kar-wai's 1994 martial arts epic is recovered, restored and reworked by the director in 2008. Noel Megahey reviews the UK DVD release from Artificial Eye.

Enter the Dragon Review

My first HD DVD review for the site is the last film Bruce Lee completed before his untimely death in 1973, a martial arts classic, Enter the Dragon. How does Warner's UK release shape up? Quite well actually...

The Big Boss (Platinum Edition) Review

After The Green Hornet, a guest appearance in Ironside and making Longstreet, Bruce Lee travelled to China to become a movie star, with this being his first feature. The story isn't great but Lee's abilities were obvious even then...

Game of Death Review

<b>Dave Foster</b> has reviewed the Region 2/4 release of <a href=" getreview.cgi?id=295&story=2228">Game of Death</a>. The last Hong Kong Legends Bruce Lee film release is their best package yet that comes with the HKL Platinum Edition seal of approval. Fortunately this otherwise lacklustre film is saved by the explosive fight sequences and a superb range of extra features.<p>