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Poster for the movie "Naked Poison"

Naked Poison

Nerdy office worker Min gets his kicks taking sneaky snaps of his female co-workers, spying on his neighbours having rough sex, and coating himself in oil before bashing one out to internet porn; things change, however, when he mixes ingredients from his late grandfather’s medicine shop to create the ultimate aphrodisiac/date-rape drug, which he uses to satisfy both his sexual urges and his desire for revenge on office bullies Winnie and Peter.

Fist of Fury 1991

Amusing homage to Bruce Lee’s martial arts classic featuring a young Stephen Chow. The story is about Sing (Stephen Chow), a Mainlander who came to Hong Kong (doesn’t it sound familiar?) to find his cousin. He meets up with Siu (Kenny Bee) and hooks up with various kung fu schools, in the hope of winning a $10 million dollar prize from a fighting competition.

92 Legendary La Rose Noire

A poet named Butterfly and her friend Kuen visit a stranger’s mansion to return some possessions that were unintentionally taken. At the house, they stumbled upon an illegal weapons trade that ultimately went bad. To evade the police from interrogations, the two innocent witnesses wiped away their fingerprints and left a note that stated that the crimes were committed by “The Black Rose,” who is known to be a fictional hero in a 1965 movie. … Read more

Last Hero in China

Jet Li stars in this comic spectacle as a Chinese “Robin Hood” who stumbles upon a kidnapping scheme after unwittingly opening a martial arts school next to a brothel!

The Blade

A young man adopted by a renowned swordsmith, discovers that his real father was killed by a powerful bandit called Lung. Leaving to seek revenge, he runs foul of a group of vicious desert scum, losing his right arm in the process. After being nursed back to health, he eventually learns to compensate for his loss and returns to confront the man who murdered his father.

Be My Love aka Winter Love

While sitting in his favourite restaurant at Christmas 1963, popular author Chim Kei (Patrick Tse Yin) meets a young woman, Mimi (Josephine Siao Fong-fong), wearing little on the cold night and wanting a lift home afterwards.