Someone is killing and raping young women. Glamour photographer Chan Ga Ming is wrongly accused and his cop friend, Jack, tries to find the real culprit. But Jack is hindered by the actions of his brutal boss, Inspector Lee, who is determined to charge Chan, by fair means or foul. Chan’s personal life is already in a mess. He is still working with ex-girlfriend Mary, who wants him to dump fiancee Pearl and come back to her. The accusation causes Pearl to break off the engagement. One of the murders is witnessed by Pau, who aspires to model for Chan. The real murderer is a horrid, smiling villain who wears loud red jackets, and whose father is a wheelchair-bound gangster, who is friendly with Inspector Lee. Most of the story concerns the efforts of Jack to clear Chan’s name, with the help of Pearl and Pau.
While Ho Meng-hua didn’t direct the like-titled sequel to his internationally popular Flying Guillotine, he did helm this exceptional follow-up, which stars the gorgeous Chen Ping as the fearless title character, who takes on an entire flying guillotine gang, despite the fact that she’s pregnant!
When a diamond is stolen in Hong Kong, the company insuring the diamond sends a former CIA agent to Hong Kong to retrieve it. Meanwhile, one of the thieves begins to have a change of heart because his girlfriend wants him to leave his criminal organization.
Pan Jinlian (Huang Mei-tsing) is told by wine-stall owner Madam Wang that her brother-in-law, Wu Song, has been released from prison and advised Pan to leave town as she murdered his elder brother, the biscuit seller Da Lang. Pan then recalls her beginnings, especially her introduction to sex.
Bulky Kwang (actor unknown, looks vaguely like Samo Hung) and his cousin Tian are decorators who live next to pretty mainland whore Feng, who undresses every morning at the window and drives Kwang crazy. The decorators are hired for a job by Lu Lu and her maid Lin (actress unknown) to do up the house where she’s kept by businessman Robert. Tian convinces Feng to pay more attention to Kwang, and the two eventually become a loving couple … until her pimp Yung (actor unknown) starts to get heavy. Meanwhile, there’s lots of bed-hopping as Tian fools around with Lu Lu, Robert with Lin, as well as a couple of other guys (though it’s unclear couldn’t quite follow who or why).
An anthology film featuring three true-crime stories that took place in Hong Kong in the early 1970’s. Part 1: Hidden Torsos’ A woman and her daughter are murdered by her abusive boyfriend. Part 2: ‘Valley of the Hanged’-A man murders his wife and her lover. Part 3: ‘The Stuntmen’ – A gang boss is murdered by his wife’s lover.
Part 1: ‘The Deaf Mute Killer’ – A deaf and mute man is pushed to murder after being wrongly accused of rape.
Part 2: ‘Mama San’- A brothel madam has a man killed for not paying his debts.
Part 3: ‘The Informer’ – A traffic cop is murdered by a police informer and his gun stolen.
Part 4: ‘Nude in a Box’ – The discovery of the body of a dead woman results in a man being put on trial.
Thousand and One Night Collection including:
Tales Of Nights I (2007)[8 Episodes]
Tales Of Nights II (2008)[8 Episodes]
1. Cat in the Moonlight
2 .Pink Lady
3. Sad Mannequin
4. A Witch’s Journey
5. O Cream
6. The Dreaming Typewriter
7. Dream Conversations
8. The Hypnotist
Erotic drama stories from South Korea in the vein of ‘Erotic Tales’. Each episode presents a separate morality tale tied up in love and sexuality.