Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Shaolin Death Squad|
Director: Chan Siu Pang
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House
Shaolin?s top 18 Disciples look to foil a Manchu conspiracy. Carter Wong and Polly Shan Kwan team up with Director?s Cliff Lok and Chan Siu Pang to give a dazzling array of styles including the Double Swords and Meteor Whip.
Not the epic it tries to be. Not even close
morgoth | omaha, NE | 01/23/2008
(1 out of 5 stars)
I went into this with high hopes. It stars Chang Yi, Carter Wong, Roc Tien Peng, Polly Shang Kwan, Kam Kong and Cliff Lok. One big problem is that the story is very boring. The dialogue made me cringe. Everything is so simple it is really painful to watch. Some of the fights are good, but most of the fights are with Cliff Lok and another guy who play the main villain's top two henchmen. There will be a good fight going on, and all of a sudden they do this move where Cliff Lok goes jumping over his opponent and hitting him in the back, and then the fight ends immediately. Right when the fight starts to get good, it ends. Overall it is just a very very bad movie. Definitely one of director Joseph Kuo's worst.
Picture quality on the Videoasia DVD is good. Sound is hard to hear. AND PLEASE NOTE that because of poor manufacturing this disc will only play on some DVD players."
Durnhelm | United States | 02/14/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is very good, I bought a copy from a different website where it was titled, "Shaolin Kids." It is a bit slow to pick up, and sadly Carter Wong only has one fight that is sorely dissapointing. He still plays a classic part with a beard and mustache, but Polly is the main character and most of the fights are sadly carter-wong less. If you want Carter Wong and Polly try the First 18 Bronzemen, or for an awsome movie with Carter Wong + Casanova Wong, try The Legendary Strike."