Gordon Liu stars as San Te, a young man who joins the Shaolin Temple when the Manchus kill his family. There he learns to become a master of Shaolin Kung Fu. Filled with some of the most exciting training sequences ever committed to film and under the direction of Lau Kar Leung, director of Jackie Chan's Drunken Master 2, Shaolin Master Killer brings martial arms film making to a new level. Discover for yourself why Shaolin Master Killer is considered one of the best martial arts films ever!
This is not only mistitled (it is actually THE 36TH CHAMBER) the production value is awful. Not DVD or even VHS quality!! Read morePublished 10 months ago by D
Fantastic quality remake of this martial arts classic. Commentary by the Rza and interview with Gordon Liu make this a must have for the martial art movie aficionado.Published 20 months ago by Giuseppe
A wonderful introduction to the world and powers of Kung Fu . For the new comer a great film to watch, for the seasoned KF expert it's back to basics.Published 20 months ago by gr8blackwolf
Product is good for the money.
It has good quality image. The story it is interesting.
I will recommend it to a friend.
You Can't go wrong with this one. It is an epic revenge tail starring gordon liu where he got to go through an harcore training (the 35 chambers) in order to learn some kung fu. Read morePublished on May 23 2013 by Buju
This simplistic story filled with incompetent kung fu left me bored and frustrated. I heard the film was good, but found it a drag.Published on Jan. 15 2013 by Susan L. King