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Dragon Inn 1992 looks awesome ! Seems like they never made a blu ray, and cant find it on blu ray. Is the only way to watch this on DVD ??

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Dragon Inn 1992 looks awesome ! Seems like they never made a blu ray, and cant find it on blu ray. Is the only way to watch this on DVD ??
Have you try yesasia.com?

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One the best movies I ever saw was "Red Cliff" which is a medieval Chinese fighting movie.
Fabulous movie. Make sure you view the international version not the US one.
It's about 4 hours long broken into 2 parts. Thousands of extra's. Epic.
I believe it was directed by James Woo.
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I'm partial to pretty much anything from Shaw Brothers starring Gordon Liu (Chia Hui Liu) or Alexander Fu Sheng...

The Five Venoms
Heroes From The East
The Kid With The Golden Arm
Challenge Of The Masters
The Eight Diagram Pole Fighter
The Shaolin Avengers
Clan Of The White Lotus
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I appreciate all of these suggestions guys, part of the problem I'm running into is many of these are difficult to find on vudu or for purchase on amazon. Some of them I've found but with very inflated pricing. Others seemed to have never made it to blu ray. Lastly, it can be difficult to know if you're buying the 'correct' version as some of these films have both American and international releases. I guess that's part of the game though.

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One the best movies I ever saw was "Red Cliff" which is a medieval Chinese fighting movie.
Fabulous movie. Make sure you view the international version not the US one.
It's about 4 hours long broken into 2 parts. Thousands of extra's. Epic.
I believe it was directed by James Woo.
Wow, how did I miss this one ? It look's like China's version of 'Troy' instant purchase, thx!

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Have you try yesasia.com?
Don't see it on there.

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I appreciate all of these suggestions guys, part of the problem I'm running into is many of these are difficult to find on vudu or for purchase on amazon. Some of them I've found but with very inflated pricing. Others seemed to have never made it to blu ray. Lastly, it can be difficult to know if you're buying the 'correct' version as some of these films have both American and international releases. I guess that's part of the game though.
Unfortunately many of the best Martial Arts movies never made it to blu-ray.

I suggested Shaw Brothers because a mogul bought and remastered the entire library years ago and it is top notch! I bought 30 DVDs from Shaw International spending over $300 in the process, which was well worth it!!!

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I am a big fan of finding 'diamond in the rough' international films, sometimes you pay a hefty price to get them. I remember when 'Operation Mekong' came out I paid 40$ to get it shipped from some place in China, a few months later I saw it on the shelf at a Walmart for like 12 bucks haha. The problem is you never know what will eventually make it to the states or not. A few other foreign films I've loved are 'The Frontline' 'Admiral Roaring Currents' and 'My Way' which is an incredible (true) story of two men, one Japanese and one Korean who get captured during WW2 and end up meeting again at the D-Day invasion, crazy ! I also just picked up 'Operation Red Sea' which was basically a Chinese black hawk down movie and a military propaganda film...but the action was sweet. Most of these Asian war movies that are coming out (esp Korean) have fantastic PQ so that's another draw.
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Also, if you're into long movies, the 4 1/2 hour 'Warriors of the Rainbow' will blow you away.

Warning, lots of heads get lopped off.
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I appreciate all of these suggestions guys, part of the problem I'm running into is many of these are difficult to find on vudu or for purchase on amazon. Some of them I've found but with very inflated pricing. Others seemed to have never made it to blu ray. Lastly, it can be difficult to know if you're buying the 'correct' version as some of these films have both American and international releases. I guess that's part of the game though.
Sometimes it's pays to check all the different Amazon sites you can find, I've found things on their French and German sites you would never expect as an example.
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Unfortunately many of the best Martial Arts movies never made it to blu-ray.

I suggested Shaw Brothers because a mogul bought and remastered the entire library years ago and it is top notch! I bought 30 DVDs from Shaw International spending over $300 in the process, which was well worth it!!!
And some times when they do make to Blu ray you may be better off with the DVD. Not all distributors use the same transfers. Shaw Brothers films that have run on El Rey look pretty good, the remastering does make a difference.

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One the best movies I ever saw was "Red Cliff" which is a medieval Chinese fighting movie.
Fabulous movie. Make sure you view the international version not the US one.
It's about 4 hours long broken into 2 parts. Thousands of extra's. Epic.
I believe it was directed by James Woo.
It is

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Also, if you're into long movies, the 4 1/2 hour 'Warriors of the Rainbow' will blow you away.

Warning, lots of heads get lopped off.

Saw that, great movie. Again directed by John Woo. He is the Cecile B DeMille of Asian movies. He works in the US too.
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This is a great genre, thanks for starting the thread.

I watched Iron Monkey the other night, it was great seeing Donnie yen in the early 90's.

I haven't seen this one listed yet - SwordMaster (2016) I must have watched it a dozen times, there is something about it that brings me back. I have this in 3D and it's an amazing 3D presentation during the fight sequences. high recommend to check out

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This is a great genre, thanks for starting the thread.

I watched Iron Monkey the other night, it was great seeing Donnie yen in the early 90's.

I haven't seen this one listed yet - SwordMaster (2016) I must have watched it a dozen times, there is something about it that brings me back. I have this in 3D and it's an amazing 3D presentation during the fight sequences. high recommend to check out

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vY7q6tkki10
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I am amazed that nobody has mentioned TRUE LEGEND.

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Directed by none other than Yuen Woo-ping

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Ok, I'm bookmarking this thread now.
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This thread should be a sticky. We could use a good martial arts thread.

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Hmm, off the top of my head,
Reign of Assassins is good, Heroic Trio (3 women heroines), Bride with White Hair, the Swordsman 2 (they rename the movies a lot so it's hard to get it right.
For old school stuff I remember Five Fingers of Death was good, and Master of the Flying Guillotine was decent.
Definitely Hero was good, and House of Flying Daggers, also already mentioned, had amazing colors. The green of the bamboo forest was amazing.
Whoever mentioned Storm Riders and Storm Warriors -- those are also good. If I remember more Wuxia type movies I'll add em.
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Me and the wife finished 'Blade of the Immortal' last night, we liked it better than 'Dragon', definitely some great sword fighting scenes in there, and the little girl was a nice touch, they had great chemistry I thought.
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I'm partial to pretty much anything from Shaw Brothers starring Gordon Liu (Chia Hui Liu) or Alexander Fu Sheng
Gordon seems to have recovered ok from the massive stroke he suffered a few years ago, I'm also a huge Fu Sheng fan, he also had a wide range acting wise, he could play anything from young hot-headed heroes to con men.
Unfortunately with those Celestial remasters from years ago, sometimes they only had international prints to work with, for instance Chinatown Kid had scenes replaced with inferior ones, and Avenging Eagle had a minute missing from the final fight, fans actually reinserted the missing footage from the vhs tape to make a more "complete" dvd version.
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13 Assassins was great, excellent PQ.


Cult director Takashi Miike (Ichi the Killer, Audition) delivers a bravado period action film set at the end of Japan's feudal era. 13 Assassins - a "masterful exercise in cinematic butchery" (New York Post).


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Me and the wife finished 'Blade of the Immortal' last night, we liked it better than 'Dragon', definitely some great sword fighting scenes in there, and the little girl was a nice touch, they had great chemistry I thought.
But that's Japanese movie...
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I stopped following martial arts movie back in early 2000's. Apparently, the east action movie business has been influenced by the west (heavy reliance on CGI). They are now CGI arts movies.
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The wife and I will be checking out 'True Legend' tonight.
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True legend, was a true hit ! The last 30 minutes kind of dragged on but everything else was awesome.
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You should be able to find most of the older films (pre-2000s) on DVD. Many of them have not made it to Blu Ray.


Some of the more popular films have made it to Blu of course, Especially the ones with official American releases. However in general, you want to get the International release, there are a few exceptions like Jet Li's Hero which is a case where the American studio was going to edit the film into oblivion, but Quinten Tarantino stepped in and prevented that from happening, so the American and International releases are the same. The following should be easily found on Blu:


Hero
Kung Fu Hustle (this was actually one of the first Blu Ray movies made available for purchase)
House of the Flying Daggers
The Forbidden Kingdom
Dragon Tiger Gate
The Storm Riders (get the International version. The American version is missing about 20 minutes of material!)
The Storm Warriors
Shaolin Soccer (this is a fun one!)


Generally anything newer than 2000 or so is guaranteed to have a Blu Ray release.
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Thx Nuswoard, great great recommendations ! Yes my wife is into the 'girl power' aspect of some of these films.
Have you checked out any of my recommendations?


The one's that have a fairly high "girl power factor" include:


Hero
The Forbidden Kingdom
Shaolin Soccer


All available on Blu Ray.


Michelle Yeoh's Wing Chun is also available on DVD
The Heroic Trio is all about girl power and is also available on DVD


There is a recent movie I saw on Netflix called Legend of the Naga Pearls which is from 2017 I think. Its available on Blu, but also currently on Netflix, so no need for a purchase. Its a cute movie.....light hearted, but also includes some pretty damned cool Wire-Fu action and some nifty SFX. Very much a fantasy film with Martial Arts.
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I stopped following martial arts movie back in early 2000's. Apparently, the east action movie business has been influenced by the west (heavy reliance on CGI). They are now CGI arts movies.

This is true.


I fell out of collecting Wuxia films in the early 2000s as well, but recently have been drawn back in by some of the ones available on streaming.


There is a TON of CGI in these movies. Which doesn't bother me because I am not a hater of CGI. I think some of the films the Chinese have come up with since CGI has become affordable have been incredibly imaginative. They can now tell the stories of their mythological gods and heroes without limitation. There's some great stuff being put out because of this. (bad stuff too, but that's always the case)
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