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  1. My cover art for 88 Films' upcoming Blu-ray release of Stephen Chow's FORBIDDEN CITY COP has been revealed...
    23 points
  2. I'm glad to see people enjoying the Lucky Stars set, alot of love went into it! Looks like the first pressing is close to selling out so thanks to all of you that preordered. New announcements are coming from Eureka this week and I think most of you are gonna really be happy with what's coming up next!
    17 points
  3. Hi everyone, I'm currently working on an improved blu ray custom of Rebellious Reign. This project started when I found out from NoKungFuForYou on here informed me that a webrip of Rebellious Reign remastered by Fortune Star had surfaced, by which time he'd already done a custom with timed subtitles. Upon watching it, I found several issues with the webrip in particular and took the opportunity, given the low likelihood of an official blu ray coming out any time soon, to start work on putting together the best edition of the film possible, to end all the others out at the moment. The firs
    16 points
  4. No problem. Before I knew a little bit about this stuff I was always thinking "Why can't they just do this ______ and release that _______?" and couldn't understand why it was such a big deal to "get it right". Seeing it from the other side though... whew! I wonder if this was included on some versions. I feel like I may have seen it long ago. Anybody know? Still some of the greatest weapons work ever committed too film. Right up there with LEGENDARY WEAPONS OF CHINA and EIGHT DIAGRAM POLE FIGHTER. And whenever I see Beardy doing his thing I'm always astounde
    14 points
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  6. SPECIAL FEATURES Four versions of the film across two Blu-ray discs, all presented from brand new 2K restorations Limited Edition O-Card slipcase featuring new artwork by Darren Wheeling Limited Edition reversible poster featuring new and original artwork Limited Edition Bonus Disc featuring the English language version of the film originally prepared for the international theatrical release; and a new cut of the film prepared exclusively for this release that combines footage from the original theatrical and extended cuts of the film to present a hypothetical “complete” version Limi
    13 points
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  8. So it's been a long haul, but I finally finished Invincible Obsessed Fighter/The Invisible Fists. Got subtitles back from the translator and compiled together the BD. The Korean version of Invisible Fists is a completely different movie. It's about Korean merchants standing up to their oppressors in Qing China. Any inkling of a Korean vs Manchu conflict has been removed from the dub, and the Korean language version with the subtitles introduces so much more to the storyline and has some very witty dialogue. It turns the film from a 6/10 Filmark mess with good fights to a high quality Korean ma
    13 points
  9. Spooky 2 is with Warner Brothers so I wouldn't expect to see a release anytime soon. Hopefully they do a release eventually. I wanted Eureka to licence it for a box set of 1 & 2 but Warner wanted a LARGE sum of money unfortunately. The only way to get that one would be a fundraiser to licence it from Warner but again it would be large amount to raise. I'm not sure who has the rights currently for Legend of a Fighter but it's on my list of must save titles. Again this is another title that would require fund raising to get it released.
    13 points
  10. That English dub is a bit more difficult to find a good quality version of. Hopefully Fortune Star will have it in their archives when the time comes. Fingers crossed.
    12 points
  11. Encounters of the Spooky Kind, pure bliss! A true gem in my book. Will preorder asap @Irongod2112 do you think we have any chance of seeing part 2 released on a near future? Also, from the old HKL catalog, the only film I think they released on a wrong, cropped aspect ratio, is The Legend of a Fighter. Any chances for this one?
    12 points
  12. Kino Lorber sale, Arrow sale, 88 Films sale...oooooh yeah...
    11 points
  13. @sifu iron perm I can really only echo everything @dshooker already said above in his response, because I'm of the same opinions. The Second Sight set is incredible. I got the initial limited edition one with all the goodies, but a "regular edition" with all 3 cuts of the film and a plethora of extras is either about to be or has already been released by them. If I had to choose one, I'd say "THE" version for me is the Theatrical cut. But as a fan, I get lots of enjoyment from the additional footage in the Extended cut, with certain sequences playing significantly better.
    11 points
  14. Skinny Tiger Fatty Dragon is owned by Mei Ah Entertainment Might wanna hold out on Duel to the Death. Currently working on a fan favorite with Eureka and we are going all out with a two disc release! Should be announced towards the end of the month.
    11 points
  15. The day My Lucky Stars blu-ray collection graced it's presence into my blu-ray player was one of the greatest things that happen in my life, even if it was Tuesday!
    11 points
  16. Hello from SF,Ca I'm an OG that grew up during the explosion of Kung Fu in the US during the 70's here in SF. I still reside here, live within walking distance of Chinatown, and still love a good chop socky every change I get. Although I must admit, I've become more of a swordplay film fan over the years, something about the blood & clanging steel that touches my heart ........
    11 points
  17. Hi everyone! My name is David, from Sweden, 28 yrs from Sweden. Love Spaghetti Western and Kung Fu films. Glad to see that there is such a vibrant forum dedicated to Kung Fu Cinema!
    11 points
  18. What a blast this weekend has been getting reacquainted with these HK action comedy classics! It's been a few good years since i last any of these films so it was amazing to finally sit down and watch all 3 with the Mrs who hasn't had the pleasure of watching any of these before. First I have to admit the comedy was a bit hit and miss, It must be the language barrier as I do feel some of the jokes went straight over our heads BUT the physical comedy had us both in stitches! Especially Eric Tsang who we thought was hilarious. The martial arts scenes were every bit as magnificent
    11 points
  19. Warriors Two is definitely the movie I want Eureka and 88Films to do next. It's been long overdue and one of the best wing chun movies ever made. Gotta get that original English Dub though.
    10 points
  20. been a very expensive month for blu rays/films..pre orders etc! Eureka- take my money 88 films- take my wallet amazon= eat my flesh zavvi- kick me while im still down arrow- shoot me with a poisonous dart KFF traders- it's all love!!
    10 points
  21. Got Martial Club and Brave Archer 3 from @venom10463 Thanks again. I purchased a couple more today from them. Now my Brave Archer set is complete or near complete. I don't have Brave Archer and His Mate and haven't seen it yet. Maybe someday. I heard it's not as good.
    10 points
  22. The film is ZU WARRIORS OF THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN (1983). It was just recently released as a remastered Region 2 Blu-ray from Eureka if you want to see it in style. Welcome to the forum.
    10 points
  23. I hope someone shows Warriors Two some love and releases a proper Blu-ray version of it with the original mono audio without any of the horrid new sound fx added, which sadly plague every release I’ve come across so far. Also if they included the original old skool classic English dub that would a bonus!
    10 points
  24. Welcome here, @Django and @Yu Tien Lung! Have fun here!
    10 points
  25. Welcome to the KFF forum @Django, I'm sure you'll find this place to your liking. Welcome @Yu Tien Lung. Hope you won't mind me being honest, sometimes I envy you US fans that had the privilege of that experience, would've been great seeing those movies back in the day when it all started.
    10 points
  26. This set has been a real treat. Having now watched all three movies and the extras, I can say with no doubt this is an excellent release. Completely justified paying full price for it. A lot more love was formed during my viewing of Winners And Sinners. I last saw this movie in my teens (I'm now 33) and enjoyed it then, but enjoyed it much more this time round as I have a deeper understanding of Hong Kong culture and humour. For those who don't quite get the humour it would be worth listening to Frank Djeng's commentary as he does an excellent job of explaining the local phsycè. Lots of inf
    10 points
  27. There was a price glitch on Amazon so i got My Lucky Stars trilogy for a crazy £12.25 uk pounds
    10 points
  28. Okay. So this is how I have changed the cover. Honestly, I think now it looks fine. If you dislike the fonts I have used, I can change them as well but I appreciate your advice. personally I like the serif fonts for the formal information.
    9 points
  29. I made some artwork for Rebellious Reign yesterday. I'm sure there are some improvements I could make to it.
    9 points
  30. I'm kicking myself for not buying the Japanese Elite Group premium edition with the figure set in the hard box.
    9 points
  31. My copy of Dynasty from Kino Lorber arrived yesterday (arrived early, the release date is 4/13). My copy came with one pair of anaglyphic 3-D glasses. I watched about 20 minutes of it yesterday, just to see how it was. The movie so far is nothing special, lots of footage of people riding horses. But the 3-D is pretty interesting, and it's cool to see some of the effects that the filmmakers were going for, with swords and arrows flying at the camera. However, the whole film had a red tint because of the glasses, which was distracting. It's not so much an issue with the Blu-ray; just the o
    9 points
  32. Mailman brought some nice stuff today!
    9 points
  33. My latest custom, Rebellious Reign, HD1080P. Great flick! Contact me acquire.
    9 points
  34. Snake in the Monkey's Shadow will be out eventually. Main issue is still the subtitles because I have all the technical aspects relating to the video presentation in order, although when I do get back to working on the film anyway I will redo a lot of things, but those aspects won't take me forever to do. You just have to understand that I can't release it if I can't have it done properly. I don't want to release it wish shitty dubtitles because good subtitles can improve movies and now that I have access to the Cantonese track it would be nice to make use of it, if I could find a translator w
    9 points
  35. Hero of the Wild (1977) The young Ting Wa-Chung seeks revenge on Chen Hsing who pushed his father into suicide. Chen Hsing, not the bad guy as you might expect, paradoxically teaches the boy until he's strong enough to take revenge on him. Unusual plot, great movie. Gallant Duo (1972) Wang Yu is working for an Eunuch without to know that he killed his father. The rest you can guess. Supreme Sword (1969): Connie Chan Po-Chu seeks revenge for her parents who committed suicide after being framed by the Four Tigers gang. Paragon of Sword and Knife 1+2 (1967/1968): Connie Ch
    9 points
  36. Thanks, & yes it was. I remember the very first one that had a big opening here in SF, the 5 Fingers of Death. Then shortly after Bruce hit the scene and it was all over, Kung Fu mania, Kung Fu top ten songs, it was crazy. Best thing was the movie houses in the funky part of town didn't care about R-rated or age restrictions, they just wanted the cash and we sat thru all the blood & guts our 13 year old hearts desired. Then we poured out of the theaters, charged up on sugar & caffeine from all the sodas, and proceeded to practice our newly learned Kung Fu movie moves on
    9 points
  37. No way! That's it! It's been YEARS! Thank you so much! Now I have to try to get some of my buddies from school together and do an old school Kung Fu afternoon. Again, thank you so much!
    9 points
  38. I'm hoping for a 3 films of Yuen Biao (similar to their Sammo boxset) with Dreadnaught, Knockabout and Prodigal Son
    8 points
  39. Yeah, I can only echo what's already been said. I remember the days when international shipping was like $5.99. Or free from Play.com. Anyway, I wanted to support 88 so here goes my dinner budget. Time to get some cup noodles again
    8 points
  40. I'm hoping someone can help. Does anyone know the name of an old kung fu movie (70's-80's) that I think starred Yuen Biao? The scene I remember is two armies warring in some woods. One side is wearing blue and the other side is wearing red. Two friends are caught up in it and pretend to fight each other to get out of the battle.
    8 points
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  42. One armed boxer, Encounter of the Spooky Kind, Snake in the eagle's shadow and The Basher box all preodered ! I would slpa myself for having missed the 3 movies collection of My lucky stars...
    8 points
  43. One of my all time favorite Hong Kong movies. Can’t wait to have a truly great release of this one. For those wondering, it’s due out in June.
    8 points
  44. Yes unfortunately the first pressing is already sold out. Eureka already have the standard edition up for order. Only difference is the slipcover & booklet aren't included. All disc content is the same. Going forward it's always a good idea to preorder early if you want the first pressing.
    8 points
  45. Just picked up up The Master (88 Films) from a local "imported Blu-ray" store. I'm extremely excited about this release! I've been skimming through the extras and the different audio options. I'm very excited to listen to @KUNG FU BOB's audio commentary (and I'm absolutely blown away by the artwork! Crime Story and The Master are probably my favorite covers). So many extras to go through, and I'm excited to rewatch this movie after so long.
    8 points
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