Ill Wind 1970

Great independent Kung Fu movie with James Nam, of 5 finger of death playing the good guy. Much like some of the better American Westerns of the 50's and 60's. Some very poignant scenes in this film, highly recommended!

Seven Men of Kung-Fu 1978

A red haired martial arts special constable is deployed by the Manchus to round up all the Ming loyalists and eliminate them. The 7 men of Kung Fu prove to be too powerful for him and his posse of fighters and zombies.

The Mark of Zorro 1974

In the 1840s California Don Diego de la Vega returns from Spain to find that his father has been replaced as ruler of the region by the cruel Don Luis Quintero. Diego downplays his skills as a swordsman in front of the evil Captain Esteban and acts the clown in front of his family. However, Diego secretly picks up the sword of justice as the masked hero Zorro and fights to return justice to the region and his people.

72 degrees below zero 1976

Antarctic station "Vostok" threatens conservation due to lack of fuel. Volunteer squad is called to take fuel, but will soon begin "Polar autumn" in Antarctica. No one has walked this way, when the temperature drops below 71 degrees Celsius and freezes fuels.

Three of Us and Dog from Petipas 1971

The summer holidays are approaching and the children are bragging about all the exciting places they are going to visit during the long-awaited two months of summer. Only Tonda is not looking forward to staying in Prague over the holidays. He brightens up after his father announces that the boy can visit some friends of the family in the village of Petipas.

Jack and the Beanstalk 1983

Imaginative and creative Jack seeks adventure while trying to provide for himself and his mother. Will he ever solve the mystery of how his father died?

Evel Knievel 1974

Pilot for an adventure/comedy series starring Sam Elliott as the title character and Gary Barton as his sidekick. In the pilot Evel Knievel must compete against a female motorcycle daredevil.

Secret Agent Chungking 001 1970

Taiwanese spy thriller. Agent No 1, a super sleuth from Chungking, is sent to Nanjing to investigate the murder of a Japanese general, which leads to even more intrigue and skullduggery.

The Man in the Iron Mask

Teenage boy from a small village learns that he is in fact the secret twin brother of the current corrupt king of France. The four musketeers ask him to replace the king, but in a way that no one finds out about the switch. Burbank Films Australia animated release.

Fury In Storm 1974

Antonio, a travelling missionary priest, seems innocent — until he wields his cross (containing a hidden treasure) as a weapon during a train robbery. While on the train he befriends a man named Dragon (Chang Yi), who helps him fight the bandits who want the cross.

Crazy Acrobat 1974

Crazy Acrobat is a Taiwan remake of Back Alley Princes, but with Chia Ling (Judy Lee) and Barry Chan in the lead roles and with much more action and slapstick than Back Alley Princes had. Just as BAP was a superb vehicle for Polly Kuan, so this film gives Chia Ling one of her best roles. However, when Polly was sold to the brothel in BAP, she acted shy and innocent; but when Chia Ling is sold to the brothel here, she behaves like a sexy saucy tease, who is going to have a wonderful time. All her excellent fight scenes are similar to her fights in Female Chivalry: playful and fun-loving, even when outnumbered. If you like Chia Ling, you'll definitely want to see this film.

Karnabal 1985

Jaumet is about lo live his most unforgettable adventure. Traveling by car, he arrives in a village whose inhabitants are quite outlandishly, as if they were plunged in a rare carnival behavior.

Super Islaw and the Flying Kids 1986

Super Islaw was a young crippled boy who was granted mystical powers because of his good heart. He used these abilities to protect the innocents of his town, battling supernatural beings such as vampires.