Clans of Intrigue

When Celestial Entertainment announced in the early 2000s that they’d inked a deal to release everything in the vaults of the Shaw Brothers studio onto DVD, complete with digital remastering, subtitles, and extras, many people had a “believe it when I see it” attitude. After all, such a deal seemed far too good to beContinue reading “Clans of Intrigue”

Magic Blade

Chor Yuen’s Magic Blade is a prime example of something I’ve always appreciated about kungfu films. You see, there are certain things that, while deemed horrible in real life, are perfectly acceptable and even admirable activities for the hero of a kungfu film. I’m not talking about the obvious will-nilly killing of anyone who offendsContinue reading “Magic Blade”