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  • Why Don't You Just Die!

    2018 • Russia • Directed by Kirill Sokolov

    Shades of early Tarantino, Edgar Wright and Sam Raimi abound in this violent, stylish and riotously entertaining slice of family life, Moscow style, described as "a splatterpunk action comedy drenched in gleefully dark Russian humour" - The Hollywood Re...

  • The Prodigal Son (Theatrical Release - Cantonese audio)

    1981 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    In 1978, actor/director Sammo Hung gave Hong Kong audiences the Wing Chun crash course of Warriors Two, while his next directorial effort, 1979’s Knockabout, gave Yuen Biao the chance to shine as its lead star. But it would be in 1981 that he would combi...

  • New Fist of Fury (Theatrical cut - Mandarin audio)

    1976 • Hong Kong • Directed by Lo Wei

    Almost five years after breaking all Hong Kong box office records with the instant classic Fist of Fury, his last collaboration with the late Bruce Lee, director Lo Wei got to work on a sequel. It would be the first major leading role for Lo’s latest discove...

  • Cop Game

    1991 • Italy • Directed by Bruno Mattei

    After exploding miles of Philippine jungle, director Bruno Mattei and screenwriter Rossella Drudi borrow the plot of OFF LIMITS for an action-thriller that blasts more than just bamboo huts: In the final days of the Vietnam War, a squad of rogue U.S. soldi...

  • Born to Fight

    1990 • Italy • Directed by Bruno Mattei

    Shortly after completing STRIKE COMMANDO 2, director Bruno Mattei, screenwriters Claudio Fragasso & Rossella Drudi and stars Brent Huff (GWENDOLINE) & former Miss World/Bond Girl Mary Stavin immediately reloaded for another shot-in-the-Philippines explodin...

  • The Most Dangerous Game

    1978 • Japan • Directed by Tôru Murakawa

    In this career-defining triptych, Matsuda is Shohei Narumi, an ice cool hitman of few words, a steely trigger finger, and a heart of stone, hired in The Most Dangerous Game by a company bidding for a lucrative government air defence contract to take out t...

  • The Killing Game

    1978 • Japan • Directed by Tôru Murakawa

    In The Killing Game, Narumi finds himself caught in the midst of violent yakuza gang warfare, while his own brutal past catches up with him in the form of two beautiful women still bearing the emotional scars of his past assignments.

  • The Execution Game

    1979 • Japan • Directed by Tôru Murakawa

    In The Execution Game, Narumi falls for a mysterious saloon bar chanteuse who may or may not be part of the same, shadowy underworld organisation as the rival hitmen he is employed to rub out.

  • Warriors Two (International export version)

    1978 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    After making his directorial debut with the intense The Iron-Fisted Monk and firmly solidifying his worth at Golden Harvest, Sammo Hung would be given more creative control behind the camera. Now able to inject more of his own personality, Hung would bri...

  • Hand of Death (Mandarin version)

    1976 • Hong Kong • Directed by John Woo

    When Golden Harvest first released Hand of Death in 1976, no-one paid much attention to the names of writer/director Wu Yu-sheng, third-billed actor Chen Yuen-lung or fight choreographer Hung Chin-pao in the opening credits. Within a decade, however, each ...

  • No Escape

    1994 • United States • Directed by Martin Campbell

    NO GUARDS. NO WALLS. NO ESCAPE.

    Ray Liotta, Lance Henriksen, Ernie Hudson and Kevin Dillon star in the brutal and bloody sci-fi action-adventure, No Escape.

    In the far-flung future of 2022, John Robbins (Liotta), a dishonourably discharged Mar...

  • Heart of Dragon (Cantonese theatrical version)

    1985 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    Lifelong friends since they met as boys at Peking Opera school, Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung conquered the Hong Kong film industry side-by-side in the 1970s and 1980s. One of their greatest collaborations sees the two 'brothers' playing actual brothers for...

  • Heart of Dragon (Cantonese extended version)

    1985 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    Lifelong friends since they met as boys at Peking Opera school, Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung conquered the Hong Kong film industry side-by-side in the 1970s and 1980s. One of their greatest collaborations sees the two 'brothers' playing actual brothers for...

  • Knockabout (International version)

    1979 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    Having established himself as Hong Kong’s premier action choreographer throughout the 1970s, Sammo Hung ended the decade by directing a non-stop assault of kung fu classics for Golden Harvest, starting with the brutal Iron-Fisted Monk. But it would be h...

  • Nightmare at Noon

    1988 • United Kingdom • Directed by Nico Mastorakis

    DON’T DRINK THE WATER!

    From cult director Nico Mastorakis (Island of Death, Hired to Kill) comes Nightmare at Noon, a hectic mashup of eco-horror and shoot ‘em up full of daring stunts and explosive action!

    Something strange is afoot in a sma...

  • Millionaires' Express

    1986 • Hong Kong • Directed by Sammo Hung

    All aboard for the all-star action-packed adventure of a lifetime as martial arts maestro Sammo Hung (Heart of Dragon) brings East and West crashing spectacularly together in Millionaires’ Express!

    Sammo himself plays Ching Fong-tin, a former outlaw wit...

  • Lady Whirlwind

    1972 • Hong Kong • Directed by Huang Feng

    When director Huang Feng (The Shaolin Plot) jumped ship from Shaw Brothers to their upstart rivals Golden Harvest, he swiftly launched the career of a Taiwanese ingenue barely out of Beijing opera school named Angela Mao, who despite her fresh-faced femi...

  • Hapkido

    1972 • Hong Kong • Directed by Huang Feng

    Hapkido sees martial arts mega-star Angela Mao once more pitted against a gang of Japanese thugs, alongside fellow soon-to-be kung fu legends Sammo Hung (Knockabout) and Carter Wong (Big Trouble in Little China) as disciples of the titular Korean fightin...

  • The Executioner

    1974 • Japan • Directed by Teruo Ishii

    Ryuichi Koga (Sonny Chiba) is a descendent of the Koga Ninja school, now earning his living through more nefarious means as a gun for hire. When he is enlisted to take down a drug cartel alongside Hayabusa (Makoto Satô), a disgraced former narcotics detecti...

  • The Executioner 2: Karate Inferno

    1974 • Japan • Directed by Teruo Ishii

    When a priceless jewel owned by rich heiress Sabine is stolen, along with her daughter, Professional thief and hired killer Ryuichi Koga and his gang are hired to retrieve both. At a ransom exchange, the team save the girl but lose the money and the jewel. ...

  • Deadbeat At Dawn

    Written by, directed by and starring Van Bebber, Deadbeat follows the story of Goose - a gang leader whose girlfriend is brutally slaughtered when he attempts to leave the thug life behind. Pulled back into the gang, who've now formed an uneasy alliance with the thugs that butchered his girl, Goo...

  • Come Drink With Me (English version)

    1966 • Hong Kong • Directed by King Hu

    A group of bandits kidnaps the governor's son and demands their imprisoned leader to be set free in exchange.

  • The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter (English version)

    1984 • Hong Kong • Directed by Chia-Liang Liu

    After one of its lead actors (cherub-faced action icon Alexander Fu Sheng) unexpectedly died midway through production, master director Lau Kar-leung (The 36th Chamber of Shaolin) retooled his latest martial arts epic, The 8 Diagram Pole Fighter, as ...

  • The Zero Boys

    1986 • United States • Directed by Nico Mastorakis

    From cult director Nico Mastorakis, the man behind such eclectic offerings as the controversial Island of Death and the Oliver Reed-starring actioner Hired to Kill, comes The Zero Boys – the genre-bending ’80s classic with gruesome sequences tha...