Okay, let me start by saying there are so many reasons to like this movie, both seriously as a good example of a Hong Kong Kung Fu film and as a campy, old action movie with some absurd moments. Additionally, for fans of post-punk and early industrial music, you get an amazing soundtrack. The background music sounds like it could be Clock DVA messing around in the studio before laying down their real tracks, and the main title theme could easily be a Chrome outtake from Half Machine Lip Moves. Oh, and this was released in early 1976, so it was ahead of its time punk-wise.
|Despite his moustache, this Mongol Kung Fu master isn't a major character.|
|If you practice yoga and you can't do this, you are doing it wrong.|
|"He wasn't the One-Armed Boxer. He was a one-armed bum!"|