Wong Fei Hong (Wong Kwan) must fight against slave trader Master Eleven (Ji Chun Hua) and Prefect Wu to stop the Chinese being sold as slaves work in the gold mines in America. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fist from Shaolin
Wong Fei Hong (Wong Kwan) must fight against slave trader Master Eleven (Ji Chun Hua) and Prefect Wu to stop the Chinese being sold as slaves work in the gold mines in America.
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Jeff D (it) wrote: Effects were terrible.
Wahida K (au) wrote: Zombie Movies are not exactly one of my pleasure but I like to watch if a good one is running or I get a recommendation. Widely regarded as the most expensive 8mm zombie film ever made, This is not true, but not a bad one.
Andrew K (fr) wrote: This is a gruelling, horrible experience. Belongs in any male rape fan's collection.
Martin B (ru) wrote: Now this is more like it..A pinnacle in "Carry on"-history. A plan of getting two babes to go along to a nude camping site goes dreadfully wrong. There is fun in this movie on so many levels. The hot chick played by Joan Sims is supposed to be 33 years old. Just that is funny in itself. And "the boys" are closer to retirement than boarding school, but they don't care, do they?We get all of the famous cast that we want to find in these movies and some other shady characters. We get drinking and fooling around, deep discussions in tight tents and women running around in their panties in a monastary.I recommend than ypu consume this movie in the company of at least two bottles of cheap red wine or something similar
Christian W (it) wrote: This is a good example that you need more than a great script and highly skilled actors to put on a good show. You also need a half-decent director.
Michael G (br) wrote: Scream of Fear is a modern (modern for the time at least) Hammer thriller that gets its point across very well with beautiful black and white photography, moody (in a good way) direction and some subdued acting. The story starts off pretty decently and to avoid becoming predictable takes a turn which offers up a great twist. Unfortunately its explained so horrendously and complexly through a bit of Rube Goldberg dialogue that not even Susan Strasberg's foxiness can save the whole Scream of Fear experience. I'm not the kind of moviegoer that needs things explained so simply that anything else is incomprehensible. The final scene traded in ghastliness for a bit of comedy but that's just me. If it weren't for the ending Scream of Fear could've been great.
Zoran S (ca) wrote: Pretty generic Western melodrama. Alan Ladd isn't the most charismatic.
Phillip D (mx) wrote: I was pleasantly surprised by Solomon Kane. Although rough at points and certainly lacking in supporting cast and some special effects, Solomon Kane provides an excellent first chapter, not to mention some top notch, heavy fighting entertainment. I look forward to the next installment.