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INTRODUCING THE NEW SPECTER SKELETON VINART VINYL FIGURINE!

Due to the high demand for our Super Inframan products, we decided to add ANOTHER INFRAMAN figurine to our EXCLUSIVE SUPER INFRAMAN CAPSULE COLLECTION. Joining the club is the Playtoy x Unbox x Shaw Brothers VINART Series, Specter Skeleton, the enemy of  The Super Inframan. This...

Remembering Ching Li

We are very sad to announce the passing of Shaw Brothers star Ching Li. Ms. Li started acting at the age of 6 in her native Taiwan, and joined the Shaw Brothers Studio in 1967. She gained a rabid following early on in her career,...

LADY IS THE BOSS REVIEW BY BRENDAN DAVIS

Following the blueprint established by My Young Auntie, Director Lau Kar-Leung takes Kara Hui into similar territory with some twists along the way, in Lady is the Boss. This time out, instead of playing an extremely orthodox and traditional servant in the big city for...

THE SUPER INFRAMAN CAPSULE COLLECTION IS AVAILABLE NOW

“THE SUPER INFRAMAN” CAPSULE COLLECTION IS AVAILABLE NOW! Shaw Brothers Projects has created this special collection to celebrate the Shaw Brothers science fiction superhero, The Super Inframan! This limited edition, exclusive collection features four expertly designed tees and an Inframan figurine!   Channel your inner superhero...

Remembering the legend, Ms. Mona Fong (1934-2017)

We are very sad to announce the passing of Ms. Mona Fong, a Shaw Brothers legend and the wife of the late Sir Run Run Shaw. Ms. Fong produced many favorite classic Shaw Brothers films including The 36th Chamber of Shaolin and Justice, My Foot. She...

RIVALS OF KUNG FU Article By SILVER EMULSION REVIEWS

Rivals of Kung Fu was released in 1974, but because of the way it focuses on story over action, it feels like it could have been made a few years earlier. It is a cause-and-effect story that slowly moves forward on small details and slight...

ON THE WRONG TRACK REVIEW By Silver Emulsion Film Reviews

As I mentioned in my post about Teenage Dreamers, I'm a huge fan of Hong Kong delinquent youth films. When On the Wrong Track began with Andy Lau's face superimposed over slow-motion fire and crashing cars, I was instantly reminded of the 1973 Chang Cheh/Kuei...

WATCH CELESTIAL PICTURES’ EXCLUSIVE LO MENG INTERVIEW

The Celestial Pictures' EXCLUSIVE interview with Shaw Brothers Superstar, Lo Meng, is now LIVE on our YouTube. Watch and Subscribe now! https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLevffY6p5VkpDkXpsmIqpIb--zSu7f3Us  ...