The Golden Knight
Respected veteran Yueh Feng made this “Martial Arts World” saga of a masked master of the “Black Sand Hand Technique,” while Lily Ho, the star of "Princess Iron Fan" and "Angel With The Iron Fists", excels in a delightful dual leading role. When she teams up with Shu Pei-pei as a fellow swordswoman to vanquish a murdering robber, the comparisons to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" are obvious, even though it came three decades later.
- Stars:Lily Ho, Yuen Kao, Pei-pei Shu, Ching Po Chang, Chok Chow Cheung, Lu Chi, Chun Chin, Miao Ching, Yuan Chuan, Feng Erh, Mei Sheng Fan, Li Jen Ho, Hsing Chun Hsu, Yu Hsu, Sammo Hung Kam-Bo,
- Director:Feng Yueh,
- Writer:Feng Huang, I. Fang Yeh
Respected veteran Yueh Feng made this “Martial Arts World” saga of a masked master of the “Black Sand Hand Technique,” while Lily Ho, the star of "Princess Iron Fan" and "Angel With The Iron Fists", excels in a delightful dual leading role. When she teams up with Shu Pei-pei as a fellow swordswoman to vanquish a murdering robber, the comparisons to "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" are obvious, even though it came three decades later. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Golden Knight torrent reviews
(fr) wrote: the worst movie this year! the first 20 min, horrible writing gives us random scenes, including a non-build relationship with blaring canto pop just to make it more forced lol. nice girls, but the photography is shot. and why the kung-fu??
(gb) wrote: a solid mellow drama, with great tears and true love. really love the song ne =)
(us) wrote: Kind of a Juno or Little miss Sunshine
(de) wrote: great true story. "which was previously brought to the screen in the documentary Beyond the Gates of Splendor."
(kr) wrote: Directed and co-written by Lucio Fulci (Zombie Flesh Eaters (1979), City of the Living Dead (1980) and The New York Ripper (1982)), this is a very gory but very entertainment horror film. Fulci had explored the world of Metaphysics in City of the Living Dead (1980), and was keen to explore it some more. It's a film which the BBFC took great pleasure in cutting, but it's only within the last 10 years, we've got to see it in it's full uncut glory. In New Orleans, the Seven Doors Hotel was the scene of the grisly murder of Schweick (Antoine Saint-John), who locals believed was a warlock. The death of Schweick opened one of the seven doors of death, the gateway between life and death, (hence the name of the hotel). Flash forward a few decades, and New Yorker Liza Merril (Catriona MacColl) has just inherited the Seven Doors Hotel, and she soon discovers the dark history of the hotel, and once Liza discovers a 4000-year old book containing the prophecies of Eibon, which says the hotel is one of the seven gateways into hell, well, literally all hell breaks loose. It's a horror film cut from similar cloth to what Clive Barker would end up doing, but Fulci has much fun with the blood and gore, and it's has a good supernatural theme about it. City of the Living Dead and this would form part of an unofficial trilogy by Fulci which he completed with The House by the Cemetery (1981).
(gb) wrote: The Rage is an action thriller that tries to take itself seriously, but instead becomes unintentionally goofy. This film is pure cheese that is less about having a plot and more about having explosions, ass-kickings, car chases, or any combination of these at least every five minutes. The Rage may not work as a serious action film, but it is a really fun and wildly entertaining popcorn film. I love it!
(au) wrote: Great series, especially if you watch them all in a row - can't wait to catch up to the current one (they are filming 56 Up in 2011).
(gb) wrote: This seems to be an American attempt at a giallo. It's not bad and has some inventive death scenes, all involving handcuffs.
(gb) wrote: loved the action in the movie the fights it was just all so good
(au) wrote: Not enough Sid Haig.
(de) wrote: Wow, that was boring. The tale of the Sorcerers Apprentice was not completed.
(ca) wrote: I couldn't recall the name of this movie, I had seen almost 5 years ago. I remembered enough to put the pieces together and find out the name. At the time it made a huge impact on me and moved me emotionally. This is the first movie that I am giving 5 stars to, because no other movie did to me what this movie did. It truly deserves all the compliments it gets, because even exaggeration isn't enough.
(fr) wrote: Hadn't watched this one since it first came out, so we watched it again lasted night. Was still good. A little over the top in some scenes but still a good action film.
(us) wrote: Randomly found on youtube, and what a find. Classic noir that's a lot of fun to watch, especially for the ruthless Lizabeth Scott as the femme fatale. It's on the cheap side, some of the cuts in scenes early on are draw-droppingly bad but thankfully this amateurishness melts away after the first half. Dan Duryea plays the private dick type character but Don DeFore is actually loads better as the criminal whose bungling caused the whole affair. In fact he's probably the best actor in the whole film. Good stuff.