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True devotees of martial arts cinema have long lived in fear of the Bastard Swordsman! Unleashed on audiences by the blockbuster combination of Shaw Brothers Studios and legendary director Chang Cheh (Five Deadly Venoms, The Blood Brothers), this kung fu classic flawlessly blends phantasmagorical action sequences with staples of the wuxia genre. Starring Norman Chui (Hong Kong Godfather, 36th Chamber) as the most lethal bastard this side of Shaolin, this twisted tale of betrayal and bloodshed showcases a revolutionary style of wire-work and action choreography that inspired today’s most revered filmmakers. So sit back, dim the lights, and prepare to be schooled in the art of the kill as you experience the bastard’s signature move: the mind-meltingly lethal Silkworm Technique!
Material was in excellent shape as advertised.
An earlier Wuxia film that was released in the early 80s at the same time of other movies like Holy Flame of the Martial World,Zu Warriors,Shaolin Prince.
It is beautifully filmed, the action/sword play is fantastic, & the story line is a good fit for the film.
This is old-school wild wire-fu mystical violent cornball Kung Fu entertainment
that is about as good as it gets.
A gem for martial arts movie fanatics like me. Read more
Gonna make it short and simple the story is good and the fighting is over the top. The fight scenes are done very well, my only complaint is at times in the movie they speed up the... Read morePublished on December 16, 2012 by Mike Mantis
High-speed four-on-one fights, groovy training sequences, albino brother and sister assassins, diabolical laughter from an outrageous villain who sits on an evil kitty-cat throne,... Read morePublished on December 6, 2012 by D. Allen Schaeffer
Made the mistake of seeing the reviews and stars and bought "return" and this one. Saw "return" first and was one of the most ridiculous films i've ever seen. Read morePublished on October 26, 2012 by LuvKungFuMovies