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88 Films to release Jackie Chan’s “Crime Story” in a New 2K Restoration in October

Crime Story, the 1993 Hong Kong action crime thriller film, directed by Kirk Wong, and starring Jackie Chan will be released in a New 2K Restoration, courtesy of 88 Films. Pre-order now! Date of release 28th October! £14.99


Troubled Hong Kong Cid inspector Eddie Chan (Jackie Chan) is assigned to oversee the safety of controversial businessman Wong Yat-Fei (Law Kar-Ying), who is then kidnapped. A major investigation is launched and leads to Taipei and back to Hong Kong but, unbeknownst to Chan – his new partner, Inspector Hung (Kent Cheng) is an accomplice to the crime, throwing the authorities off the trail.

Special Features

Limited Edition Gloss O-Card slipcase [First Print Run Only – 3000]Limited Edition Picture Booklet featuring rare stills and lobby cards from the film [First Print Run Only – 3000]New artwork from R.P. “Kung Fu Bob” O’Brien [check out his webshop for awesome kung fu prints here]Brand New 2K Remaster from The Original 35mm Negative in 1.85:1 Aspect RatioRemastered Uncompressed Classic English Monoaural AudioEnglish 5.1 DTS-hd Ma Remixed
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Brett Ratner to head Beijing film festival jury

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Brett Ratner to head Beijing film festival jury
Director-producer Brett Ratner will head the competition jury of this year’s Beijing International Film Festival (Bjiff), which runs April 16-23.

Ratner will preside over the jury for the festival’s Tiantan Awards, along with German director Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, Bosnian filmmaker Danis Tanovic, Romania’s Corneliu Porumboiu, Japanese filmmaker Yojiro Takita, Hong Kong director Teddy Chen and Chinese actress Xu Qing.

Films selected for the Tiantan Awards include Spanish titles A Perfect Day and Tiempo Sin Aire, Canada’s Grand Unified Theory, Russia’s I Am A Teacher, Polish director Piotr Chrzan’s Klezmer, Danish director Martin Zandvliet’s Land Of Mine and Chinese titles The Master and Go Away, Mr Tumor.

Ratner was an executive producer on Oscar-winning movie The Revenant, which has grossed $55.55m in China after 17 days.

Guests expected at the festival include Natalie Portman, who is attending with her film A Tale Of Love And Darkness, and Oscar-winning
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Win Kung Fu Killer On Blu-ray From TwitchFilm And Well Go USA

TwitchFilm and Well Go USA come to you with a contest to win one of three Blu-ray copies of Teddy Chen's Kung Fu Killer (aka Kung Fu Jungle)!Kung Fu Killer features martial arts legend Donnie Yen in one of his finest performances in years as a kung fu convict stalking a kung fu serial killer on the loose in Hong Kong. With some of the best fights in recent Donnie Yen film history, Kung Fu Killer definitely delivers on some great entertainment. James Marsh said this about the film in his review from its release in Hong Kong:Kung Fu Jungle sees Yen right his career trajectory and steer it precisely where it needs to go for the foreseeable future. Fast-paced, packed with action and firmly...

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'Kung Fu Killer' Blu-ray Preview Starring Donnie Yen | Exclusive

'Kung Fu Killer' Blu-ray Preview Starring Donnie Yen | Exclusive
Hong Kong martial arts legend Donnie Yen takes fans inside the story of his new action-thriller Kung Fu Killer in our exclusive preview for the Blu-ray and DVD release. This video features behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with stars Donnie Yen, who also serves as the action director, along with Michelle Bai, Baoqiang Wang and Charlie Yeung, who all discuss their own beliefs pertaining to martial arts. We also hear from director Teddy Chan, as the stars discuss his style on the set.

When a vicious serial killer targets top martial arts masters, convicted criminal and kung fu master Hahou (Donnie Yen) is the only one with the skills to stop him. Released from jail and into police custody, they soon have their doubts about Hahou's true allegiance, causing Hahou to be hunted by an unstoppable killer (Baoqiang Wang) and the entire police force. Hahou finds himself on his own, leading
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What's New on TV, Netflix, Digital, and DVD/Blu-ray This Week: July 20-26

At a loss for what to watch this week? From new DVDs and Blu-rays, to what's streaming on Netflix, we've got you covered.

New Video on Demand, Rental Streaming, and Digital Only


Shailene Woodley, Theo James and Kate Winslet return as Tris, Four and The Wicked Witch of Erudite in this sequel to "Divergent," which has its Digital HD premiere on July 21, ahead of the DVD/Blu-ray/On Demand release on August 4. The Digital HD/3-D Blu-ray Combo Pack/Blu-ray include more than four hours of bonus material, including audio commentary with producers Doug Wick and Lucy Fisher; "Insurgent Unlocked: The Ultimate Behind-the-Scenes Access" feature-Length documentary; and five featurettes: "Diverging: Adapting Insurgent to the Screen," "From Divergent to Insurgent," "The Others: Cast and Characters," "The Train Fight Unlocked," and "The Peter Hayes Story."

"Before We Go"

Chris Evans -- aka Captain America -- makes his
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Donnie Yen in Kung Fu Killer – Midnights This Weekend at The Tivoli

Kung Fu Killer screens midnights this weekend (May 29th and 30th) at The Tivoli Theater as part of their ‘Reel Late at The Tivoli’ Midnight Series.

Reel Late at the Tivoli film series usually shows classic cult movies at midnight but this weekend, it’s a St. Louis premiere of a new film, Kung Fu Killer starring chopsocky legend Donnie Yen and directed by Teddy Chen.

A vicious killer, Feng, is going round Hong Kong killing top martial arts exponents, leaving a secret weapon called the Moonshadow as his calling card. When convicted killer and kung fu expert, Xia, hears of this, he offers to help the police catch the killer, in return for his freedom. Despite their misgivings, the police release the former police martial arts instructor into their custody. With his help, they realize from the chronological order of the victims that the killer is targeting his victims,
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Kung Fu Killer Review

Let’s be honest – when it comes to martial arts movies, the action is always front and center. If you’re a director, you better be loading your film with graceful choreography, a fury of thrown fists, and plenty of flying mid-air kicks that defy the laws of gravity. We love to watch master craftsmen kicking the absolute tar out of each other. And that’s fine, because unlike gratuitously savage action flicks with bullet-ridden corpses, martial arts is all about technique, beauty, and presentation – but even with that said, some resemblance of a rich story is necessary. It can’t be all sizzle and no steak, but that’s unfortunately what happens to Teddy Chan’s latest genre attempt. Kung Fu Killer is a movie that has plenty of the aforementioned kung fu killing, as advertised, but there’s a serious lack of plotting that makes for a very one-sided experience.
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The Cameo-Packed Kung Fu Killer Could Kick Expendable Ass

The Cameo-Packed Kung Fu Killer Could Kick Expendable Ass
More than just another action vehicle for Ip Man superstar Donnie Yen (who, even in his early fifties, seems capable of taking down all of the Expendables), director Teddy Chan's glossy thriller pays tribute to martial-arts cinema by casting enough Hong Kong industry legends to rival the cameo count of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. It's a pity, then, that it's an undeniably bland film in style and story, despite a few elaborately staged fight sequences. Incarcerated for involuntary manslaughter, self-defense instructor and all-around badass Hahou (Yen) is given a chance for freedom if he helps the police chase a clubfooted serial killer (Wang Baoqiang) who has been targeting martial-arts masters. All the victims are being dispatched by th...
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Watch: Donnie Yen Stars in 'Kung Fu Killer' Trailer from Hong Kong

Five grandmasters hunted by a serial killer. This actually looks way better than it sounds, so give it a look. Well Go USA has released a trailer for Kung Fu Killer, a new film starring martial arts master Donnie Yen killer and a kung fu expert, who convinces the police to recruit him to track down a serial killer in return for his freedom. Sounds like the perfect kind of plot for a cheesy martial arts movie, but it seems to be a few notches above that. Charlie Yeung, Baoqiang Wang, Bing Bai, Deep Ng and Alex Fong also star in this martial arts thriller from Hong Kong. The big skeleton set piece looks cool, and all the action gets awesome in the second half of this trailer, so don't stop watching too early. I really want to see this! Enjoy. Here's the official Us release trailer for Teddy Chen's Kung Fu Killer,
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8 Movies You Need to See: April 2015

8 Movies You Need to See: April 2015
Summer doesn't officially begin until Sunday, June 21. But don't tell Hollywood that. Looking to get an earlier jump on things every year, it appears that the Hollywood Summer Season officially starts in April. And that's apparent in the fact that we're getting one very big blockbuster next week. To get you fully prepared for the month ahead, we've pulled together 7 other big movies coming your way that you don't want to miss! Things kick off with what will surely be one of the biggest movie of the year, followed by a slapstick comedy, a teen slasher flick, a romantic drama, a sci-fi thriller, a time travel adventure and a kung fu action masterpiece! You could say that April has a little bit of everything to offer. Take a look:

1Furious 7 - April 3

Dominic Torretto and his crew thought they left the criminal mercenary life behind. They defeated an international terrorist
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Donnie Yen Beats Everyone In the First Trailer for Kung Fu Killer

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There's a new martial arts flick coming out starring Donnie Yen...and if that sentence doesn't get you excited, then you haven't watched the incredible Ip Man movies. He's a slick martial artist and his fight scenes in movies are pretty spectacular, which you can get a hint of thanks to the first trailer for his new movie, Kung Fu Killer! Come inside to check it out!

Admittedly, being a long time martial artist myself, I'm a sucker for these kung fu movies. While realism mostly goes out the window, on the whole, they're still a lot of fun and feature great fight scenes and moves. Donnie Yen is one of the biggest names in the genre right now (though not in Hollywood circles), and there's good reason for that. If you haven't seen his previous films (especially the Ip Man movies), then you're missing out. But you can at
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'Kung Fu Killer' Trailer Starring Donnie Yen

'Kung Fu Killer' Trailer Starring Donnie Yen
'Nobody's going down without a fight!' Declares the new poster for the exciting action thriller Kung Fu Killer. We also have the trailer for this twisted slice of Hong Kong cinema. Teddy Chan directs Donnie Yen in what is sure to be the best martial arts movie released this April, with fights that top even those seen in the blockbuster Furious 7!

A vicious serial killer is targeting top martial arts masters, and convicted criminal and kung-fu master Hahou (Donnie Yen) is the only one with the skills to stop him. Released from jail and into police custody, they soon have their doubts about Hahou's true allegiance after a series of mysterious events. Hunted by an unstoppable killer (Baoqiang Wang) and the entire police force, Hahou finds himself on his own, leading to a final battle you have to see to believe in this action-packed, kung fu crime thriller.
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Interview: Michelle Bai talks ‘Kung Fu Killer’

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In Kung Fu Killer, Ip Man star Donnie Yen plays martial arts instructor Hahou, working with the police to bring down a vicious killer targeting various kung fu masters to prove himself the greatest. Amidst a variety of situations and settings – a film studio, a dinosaur skeleton, a tattoo parlour – each fight scene is more crowd-pleasing than the last. If it all sounds like a deliriously old-school martial arts movie given a deliriously 21st century twist, there’s a good reason for that – that’s exactly what it is!

To celebrate the films release we sat down with one of the films stars, Michelle Bai, to discuss all things Kung Fu Killer

How did you become involved in the movie “Kung Fu Jungle” (aka Kung Fu Killer)?

Michelle Bai: It was a coincidence probably, because I wasn’t a hardcore martial-art action actress to start with.

It is quite
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Kung Fu Killer Review

Director: Teddy Chan.

Cast: Donnie Yen, Charlie Yeung, Baoqiang Wang, Bing Bai, Deep Ng, Alex Fong.

Certificate: 15

Running Time: 96 minutes

Synopsis: Hahou Mo (Yen) is released from prison in order to help police track down a serial killer targeting Kung Fu masters.

Kung Fu always deserves a place a on the big screen. It’s very easy to ignore the actual movements of a well choreographed fight, as unlike dances we’re mostly concerned with what the eventual outcome will be. Seeing it on the big screen allows for big moves to be more visible, without the necessity to slow everything down. There’s something that kung fu and martial arts films need though, and that’s a plot…arguably.

Kung Fu Killer knows it needs a plot, even though the main thrust is very simple indeed. Donnie Yen is released from prison to track down a serial killer. The
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Kung Fu Killer arrives in 2015

Following the announcement that Kung Fu legend Donnie Yen is bringing his latest opus, Kung Fu Killer, to this year’s London Film Festival, Signature Entertainment has confirmed two spiffy bits of news. One, a wider release for the martial arts saga when it comes to cinemas on February 20th and two, it heads for DVD and digital on February 23rd. Also starring Michelle Bai and Charlie Young, Kung Fu Killer is directed by Teddy Chan (star of Infernal Affairs 2) but notably also features key action scenes directed by the legendary Yen - a real draw to martial arts fans and a contributing element to one of the kung fu blockbusters of the year. The only downside to all this is that it wont be until the new year. But we are patient, well sort off...dammit! Synopsis: Yen (Ip Man, Blade II) stars as Hahou, a former martial
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Review: Kung Fu Jungle Sees Donnie Yen Pay His Respects Then Kick Some Ass

Donnie Yen plays a convicted murderer sprung from jail to help track down a serial killer targeting martial arts masters in Teddy Chen's appreciably nostalgic action thriller. While Yen wisely gifts the lion's share of the fighting to opposite number Wang Baoqiang, Kung Fu Jungle also serves as a reverential ode to the local industry, and something of a swan song for Donnie as Hong Kong's foremost action hero.Ha Hou Mo (Donnie Yen) is champion of Hong Kong's most respected martial arts sect, but turns himself over to the police after accidentally killing his latest rival. Three years later, the fatal beating of a martial arts master inspires Ha to demand a meeting with investigating officer Luk Yuen Sum (Charlie Young). Revealing that he knows...

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Kung Fu Jungle: New Posters, Full Synopsis Emerge For Latest Donnie Yen Actioner

Teddy Chen's Kung Fu Jungle (previously known as Last of the Best) will open on Hong Kong screens on 30 October, and Emperor Motion Pictures has released a brace of new moody character posters to further amp up the anticipation for the Donnie Yen action thriller.Yen plays a convicted killer and martial artist who offers his unique services to the cops, when a mysterious serial killer (played by mainland star Wang Baoqiang) starts going round Hong Kong murdering the city's most skilled fighters. Chen hasn't directed a film since 2009's Bodyguards and Assassins - after being replaced on The Guillotines by Andrew Lau - but has experience with action filmmaking and working with Yen. Hopefully Kung Fu Jungle will prove more successful than Donnie's recent slew...

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New Trailer For Kung Fu Jungle And A Wang Baoqiang Featurette

We have a couple of treats for you from the upcoming Donnie Yen flick Kung Fu Jungle, directed by Teddy Chan. We have a new trailer, as well as a featurette with Wang Baoqiang. Both are impressive in their own right and give a taste of what is to come, even if it is in little snippets. I think what I find more impressive is that featurette with Wang Baoqiang. Let's be honest here: When you talk about martial arts in Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese cinema, his name is not one of the first few you name off. Yet, he studied martial arts at Shaolin Temple for six years and, golly, is he holding his own against Yen. ...

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World premiere of Kung Fu Jungle at this year’s BFI London Film Festival

The 58th BFI London Film Festival has announced an addition to their programme in the form of the world premiere of Kung Fu Jungle.

Here’s the press release:

London, 16 September, 2014: – The 58th BFI London Film Festival in partnership with American Express is pleased to announce that the World Premiere of Kung Fu Jungle (Yi Ge Ren de Wu Lin) will be presented as a new addition to the official Thrill selection at this year’s Festival. Screening on Sunday 12 October 6.30pm at the Empire Leicester Square Cinema, the premiere will be attended by director Teddy Chen, iconic action super star Donnie Yen and actress Michelle Bai.

Hahou (Donnie Yen) is a former martial arts instructor, imprisoned after accidentally slaying an opponent. When vicious killer Fung (Wang Baoqiang) starts targeting the reigning kung fu masters, Hahou offers to help the police catch him in return for his freedom. Despite her misgivings,
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Donnie Yen's Kung Fu Jungle to premiere in London

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Donnie Yen's Kung Fu Jungle to premiere in London
Action star Donnie Yen, director Teddy Chen and actress Michelle Bai to attend London Film Festival premiere.

The 58th BFI London Film Festival (Oct 8-19) is to host the world premiere of Kung Fu Jungle (Yi Ge Ren de Wu Lin), attended by director Teddy Chen, action super star Donnie Yen (Ip Man) and actress Michelle Bai.

The film has been added to the festival’s Thrill selection and will screen premiere on Oct 12 at the Empire Leicester Square Cinema.

Yen plays Hahou, a former martial arts instructor, imprisoned after accidentally slaying an opponent. But when a vicious killer (Wang Baoqiang) starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help a police inspector (Charlie Young) in return for his freedom. Bai plays the woman loved by Hahou who is threatened by the killer.

Lff director Clare Stewart described the film as “a breathtaking thrill-ride” and said she was “honoured” that the festival had been chosen by [link
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