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THE SAVAGE FIVE (1974) REVIEW

By Will Kouf of Silver Emulsion Films ===== Contrary to many Chang Cheh films from this mid-'70s period, The Savage Five is not focused on kung fu. Martial arts are present and integral to the story, but those looking for unforgettable hand-to-hand battles will be better served by other...

David Chiang steals money and your heart in The Wandering Swordsman

“I don’t feel like messing around with you. Please excuse me!” In this Robin Hood style early Chang Cheh wuxia, none of our heroes are who they seem to be. Lily Li’s Miss Jiang is not quite the damsel in distress she seems-despite her crying- Miss...

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...

Shaw Brothers’ Costume Exhibition Facebook Live Stream is Today!

The Shaw Brothers Costume Exhibition Facebook live stream is TODAY, May 31! Join us on Facebook today we showcase the history of Shaw Brothers' illustrious films through their exceptional costumes! Shaw Brothers films are known for their creative stories lines, exciting visual effects, and wondrous characters. Like...

May’s Master of the Month – Ken Hashibe #SBMaster

And the winner for May’s Master of the Month goes to…… Ken Hashibe! Congratulations Master Ken! Still confused on some of the answers to this month’s questions? Don’t worry, we got you covered.     1) Tianyi Film Company   2) 2000   3) The Brave Archer     Sharpen those tools and stay tuned for...