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Huo shao hong lian si (1994)

Huo shao hong lian si
7.8 Rating
(4 ratings)
7 IMDB rating

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Willie Chi

Willie Chi

Fong Sai Yuk
John Ching

John Ching

Crimson
Yamson Domingo

Yamson Domingo

Hong Xiguan
Chun Lam

Chun Lam

Brooke
Carman Lee

Carman Lee

Tou-Tou
Kuei Li

Kuei Li

Monk Chi Shan
Kam-Kong Wong

Kam-Kong Wong

Elder Kung


Written by
Yin Nam

Yin Nam

Wan Choi Wong

Wan Choi Wong



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3 months ago at Mar 30 3:48
AKA BURNING PARADISE ~ This movie is absolute bonkers, seek it out and relish in its awesome martial arts wackiness. It's kind of like if William Lustig directed a martial arts remake of Temple of Doom with Mario Bava on set design. Within the first five minutes a man is sliced in half leaving his lower half geysering blood while still riding a horse and then a horse is accidentally decapitated by... read more
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Release date: 28 May 1994
1990s (1), East Asia (1), Hong Kong (1), Chinese (1), Asian (1), Foreign (1), Wu Xia (1)
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djprojexion posted a review 3 months ago

“AKA BURNING PARADISE ~ This movie is absolute bonkers, seek it out and relish in its awesome martial arts wackiness. It's kind of like if William Lustig directed a martial arts remake of Temple of Doom with Mario Bava on set design. Within the first five minutes a man is sliced in half leaving his lower half geysering blood while still riding a horse and then a horse is accidentally decapitated by a flying guillotine-esque weapon, now that's how you start a movie! From then on its a wild ride into hell, with the valiant Fong Sai-Yuk leading you through the darkness. The temple is creepy as hell, making you feel at times like you are watching a horror film. The fight scenes are excellent, very creative use of weapons and sets. The drawbacks are mainly the poor dubbing job, the English dub s” read more

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