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KUNG FU FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE (Triple DVD Package)
KUNG FU FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE (Triple DVD Package)
4133DVD
 

Three Complete Films on Three Discs
A Special "Kung Fu From Beyond" Package


#1 KUNG FU ZOMBIE (1982)
director: Hwa I Hung
starring: Billy Chong Kwan Yun Moon Chiang Tao Cheng Kay Ying

Billy's father crosses the wrong exorcist. And there's hell to pay. The evil priest unleashes an army of the undead against Chong's father, lead by the Mad Korean magician. Now it's up to Billy to put these flesh eating ghouls where they belong - in the ground.

A Hong Kong film in English language; original widescreen format (16:9), fully uncut (80 minutes
in DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC; extras include trailers.



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#2 KUNG FU FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE (1982)
director: Chiu Lee
starring: Billy Chong Lieh Lo Sung Chin Lai Chang Chung-Kuei Alan Chung

The gates of Hell open, releasing the ghosts of the dead. Young warrior Chun Sing is visited by his deceased father who warns the young man that an enemy is coming. The foe is a priest who commands the dark forces of black magic. Chun Sing challenges the evil monk with the help from a magic book of spells, a group of friendly ghosts, and a house full of hookers.

Chiu Lee, a prolific actor (appearing in 100+ films since 1969), turned to occasional directing in the early '80s. He helmed mostly martial arts and thriller movies, responsible for the Yukari Oshima film A PUNCH FOR REVENGE.

A Hong Kong film in English language; original fullscreen format (4:3), fully uncut (90 minutes
in DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC; extras include trailers.



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#3 BRUCE LEE FIGHTS BACK FROM THE GRAVE (1976)
director: Lee Doo
starring: Jun Chong Deborah Dutch (as Deborah Chaplin) Bae Su-Cheon Anthony Bronson

Lightning strikes Bruce Lee's grave and his spirit is reborn. Seemingly, that spirit now inhabits the body of Bruce K. L. Lea who travels to the United States to investigate the mysterious death of his brother, a martial arts teacher in Los Angeles. As soon as he arrives, Bruce gets into a major fight and then - a bit later - rescues a waitress from a rapist. Her name is Susan Clark and she happens to be a student of his late brother. Susan tells Bruce about a lawsuit that destroyed his brother's business and about five mysterious strangers met with him just before his death. She also vows to help Bruce find the people responsible for the murder.

The strangest thing about this movie is a persistent rumor over the true identity of the film's director, a rumor which claims it's Italian genre maestro Umberto Lenzi. In an interview six months prior to his [October 2017] death, Mr Lenzi was asked if he made this film under a pseudonym. He replied "You do know why a director uses a pseudonym, no?" without answering the question but implying that a filmmaker uses an alias to hide certain works. This is a particularly odd response considering many of his better motion pictures (ie, HITCHER IN THE DARK) are signed with a pseudonym.

A Hong Kong/American/Korean film in English language; original fullscreen format (4:3),
fully uncut (85 minutes), ALL REGION NTSC; extras include original trailer.


 
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