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  • Actors: Philip Kwok, Siu-Ho Chin, Sheng Chiang, Ke Chu, Feng Lu
  • Directors: Cheh Chang
  • Writers: Cheh Chang, Kuang Ni
  • Producers: Lieh Chen, Mona Fong
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Ground Zero Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: October 9, 2001
  • Run Time: 92 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RDRS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,433 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Masked Avengers" on IMDb

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Customer Reviews

Great fight scenes and great technique.
David Winarsky
I just got a copy of this movie, "limited collector's edition" and it is a worse-than-VHS scrunched transfer on a DVD with no label whatsoever.
KungFuView
It is mastered from a very old video copy with plenty of artifacts, and very clearly not from film.
Reuben M

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Reuben M on January 29, 2002
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Masked Avengers may be my favourite Shaw Brothers film... certainly it rates highly. I've bought, copied and stayed up late to tape it more times than bear mention. Naturally I was thrilled to see it on DVD... in digital format at last!!
But the product is mediocre at best. It is mastered from a very old video copy with plenty of artifacts, and very clearly not from film. It's not letterboxed, making much of the dialogue literally one-sided (since you can only see half of the screen), and as with other films released by NS and Ground Zero, there are gaps in the sound. To put it bluntly, there are plenty of better copies out there in private collections. Even the uncompleted synopsis on the box ("...a stunning climax at the Mask Gang's"-- what? The Masked Gang's what?!) indicates the level of carelessness that went into this "Limited Collector's Edition."
Still, this is likely to be the one and only digital print of a Chang Cheh milestone, and it's no worse than a 3am broadcast of Black Belt Theatre. Unfortunately, it's no better. Admittedly it's nice to see these old workhorses finally being immortalised and made available for sale. It would be nicer, however, if it could be done professionally, and with a bit of the affection that makes diehard fans buy them
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By k.e.fraser.md@prodigy.net on May 28, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
Most of the popular Venoms appear here in a convoluted story of a masked gang of trident-wielding villians. No Lo Meng (Toad) or Sun Chien (Scorpion) here --- my favorites. With a large cast of Venom and Venom-like characters, most of the movie fits into place. However, very little hand-to-hand fighting is to be seen --- the weapon of choice, obviously, here, is the trident, an infrequently seen kung fu weapon. Boasting undoubtedly some of the best, if not the best, trident fight choreography ever staged, executed by none other than the Venoms, there is little to go wrong here --- if you like the trident. This is truly a trident lovers feast fest. Personally, I'm not that big on the trident, so I didn't appreciate the movie as much as some others might. Add to that, my favorite Venoms are not in the movie. Therefore I just can't give the movie my highest rating. But its still a solid Venom flick.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jerry E. Monroe on July 16, 2008
Format: DVD
This is one of my Favorite Kung Fu movies. Philip Kwok does an awesome Trident Kung Fu Form of which I have won tournaments doing. Because I took parts of his movies and incorporated into my form its great!. But this movie is bloody. Very bloody and not suitable for younger audiences. Its action packed. Good sword play but very little hand to hand combat as written in another post. What I highly suggest is that you get this movie but the REMASTERED Version. Or you will waist you money. The DVD cover is mostly Red. Check it out its one of their Best.

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Anyone who has clicked on this movie or has read any of the reviews must be familiar with this Chang Cheh classic from the latter-days of the Venoms (1981). Despite missing Lo Mang & Sun Chien, director Chang makes up for that by combining his core Venoms-Kuo Chui, Chiang Sheng, Lu Feng & Wang Li and supporting Venoms-Yu Tai-Ping (he gets the acid at the end) & Liu Huang-Shih (he gets the arrows)- with Chien Siu-Hou (from "Fist of Legend") & Chu Ke; an exciting, acrobatic martial artist who also contributed to the choreography. Great performances, awesome hard-hitting trident fu, and a dark atmosphere (almost like a horror/kung fu combo). Amazing climatic end fight here.

Now, just wanted to let everyone know that the version I received recently is a digitally restored & remastered DVD of this Venom classic. Celestial just released this last year (2007) and Bonzai got their hands on a nice, clean, widescreen print that they enhanced for 16x9 TVs! I never saw it look this good before. Great picture; so-so sound though. The audio comes from the NS VHS version. While the English dub itself is decent, it's incomplete here (there are about three or four times it switches to Mandarin-don't worry, it's accompanied by subtitles), and it's real "hissy" for the first 30 minutes, then it's fine. Bottom line, for a guy who had to rely on a bootleg, pan-and-scan video for 15 years, I'll deal with the so-so audio because the picture on this DVD is, like the Venoms, awesome.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "mcohen210" on December 16, 2002
Format: DVD
I have to tell you all, I am just a Venoms Fanatic ! Kuo Chui, now Phil Kwok, is so "Dirty Harry" like in many of his roles. He is a quiet, soft spoken hero with a hidden identity. While I would rank Kid with the Golden Arm above Five Deadly Venoms, this one fits in nicely to my collection. The music to start you off makes me feel like we are in a 1970's theatre in Hawaii about to see a great thriller. This one does not dissapoint ! The pagan trident bad guys are pretty scary, which adds a new dimension to the Venoms, its like they have to solve a mystery thriller. The old temple is akin to a haunted house and its many traps at the end of the film make it great ! Why does Won Far(I forget the characters real name from 5.D.V.) always get killed off ? He lives at the end of 2 champions of Death, but gets a nice kill scene at the end of this one. Sound could be better, but characters are still there. For the True Venoms fans, novices might not be able to follow our boys in their regular roles. If I ever met Phil Kwok in person, I would fall to my knee's and put my left fist in the palm of my right hand and exclaim, "Master, please teach me !"
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