My Favorite Part of Kung-Fu Flicks

The 36th Chamber of Shaolin

While watching “The 36th Chamber of Shaolin” today, a wonderful Kung-Fu film from Run Run Shaw in 1978, it dawned on me that I am more enamored of a Martial Art Film’s training sequences more that the loss and revenge of that loss that necessitated the training in the first place.

Challenge of the Masters

Perhaps this may be because I have trained for years, and have trained others, or those were the scenes that drove me to learn in the first place. Some of the sequences are super-imaginative, while others are down-right weird. No matter which camp they fall into, I think that they are all fun!

Executioner from Shaolin

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