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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...

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  ...

Teenage Dreamers Review By Silver Emulsion Film Reviews

Teenage Dreamers is a charming example of the Hong Kong youth film, a genre that has endeared itself to me over the years. Films about youth are common around the globe (we are all human, after all), but the movies out of Hong Kong have...

TI LUNG DOUBLE FEATURE: DUEL OF FISTS AND DESTINY’S CHAMPION

Ti Lung and kickboxing are the common threads in Duel of Fists and Destiny’s Champion. The protagonists in each could not be more different but both movies deal with the role of fighting in shaping or revealing character. And at the heart of each film...