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From Wuxia to Bashers, Epics to Gimmicks: Top 15 Chang Cheh Films

By Matt L. Reifschneider of Blood Brother Film Reviews === Every year, I attempt to craft a new list dedicated to my Shaw Brothers addiction, and every year I seem to give myself an aneurysm trying to whittle down the massive Shaw Brothers catalog into a theme and...

THE FLYING GUILLOTINE (1975)

By Brendan Davis of The Bedrock Blog === Inventive weapons are one of the things I love in wuxia and kung fu movies. From the locking swords of One-Armed Swordsman to the Five Venom Spider of Web of Death, they come in all shapes and sizes, but...

SHAW BROTHERS FILMS NOW AVAILABLE IN NEW COUNTRIES ON AMAZON PRIME!

❗ATTENTION SHAW BROTHERS UNIVERSE ❗ The Shaw Brothers Catalog is now available on Amazon Prime in the following countries: Canada 🇨🇦 Australia 🇦🇺 Denmark 🇩🇰 Finland 🇫🇮 Iceland 🇮🇸 Ireland 🇮🇪 New Zealand 🇳🇿 Norway 🇳🇴 South Africa 🇿🇦 Sweden 🇸🇪 Happy streaming, Shaw Brothers fans! Don't forget to use our state-of-the-art Movie Bot to help you find...

Review of RZA: LIVE FROM THE 36TH CHAMBER

By Matt L. Reifschneider Blood Brothers Film Reviews === The scene was much more electric than I could have imagined. People were spilling out of the front of the Paramount Theater, just off of one of the iconic pieces of downtown Denver that is 16th Street, and the energy...

THE PROUD YOUTH: REVIEW BY BRENDAN DAVIS

“Living isn’t that important, but drinking is.”   The Proud Youth is director Sun Chung’s take on Jin Yong’s The Smiling, Proud Wanderer. This is a movie I was half expecting not to like. The source material is long, with lots of characters, and an hour and...

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...