A Hong Kong police station used to be a clubhouse of the Japanese at the time of their occupation of the city during World War II. However, at the end of the war, many of the Japanese ... See full summary »
A graying black-clad swordsman slays palace guards, as he flies through the air to an uncertain purpose. Centuries (or is it days?) later, gun-toting, Armani-clad super policemen -- Hong ... See full summary »
An affable guy gets more than he bargained more when he halfheartedly agrees to watch over the wife and the mistress of his incarcerated brother and gets trapped between the women in a love triangle - right before the parole hearing.
An ambitious young executive is happy when he lands a job managing a busy, modern factory. He is determined to keep productivity high and earn advancement, but the workers start to walk out faster than they can be replaced.
A parody of Louis Cha's novel The Eagle Shooting Heroes (thats the literal translation). Story begins with the Queen of Golden Wheel Kingdom had an affair with her cousin West Poison, and ... See full summary »
The story follows Chen Mo, the bar owner and 'ferryman', as he is slowly facing his own traumatic past, whilst helping the people around him, including his co-partner Guan Chun, the singer Ma Li and the neighbor Xiao Yu.
Tony Chiu-Wai Leung,
The Hong Kong Police Station is plagued with vampires and police officials fear there are more out in the city, threatening mankind. Therefore, the Superintendent recruit several police officers to join his "Ghostbusters" unit. They are sent to a military base for training, where it is also infested with vampire activity. While the new recruits undergo training, veteran "Ghostbuster" unit member Man-Chill (Ricky Hui) stumbles two coffins in a remote area within the base, the hideout of two fierce, female vampires.Written by