Itchy Fingers

Itchy Fingers 1979

Biggie (Roy Chiao) and Tiny (Richard Ng) grow up together. They fight all the time. Biggie is a detective and Tiny is a thief. Biggie has the satisfaction of catching Tiny and putting him behind bars. When Tiny is released, he is approached by Daigau who wants Tiny's help to steal the world famous diamond. Tiny says no since he has decided to get the diamond all by himself. He befriends Tina, who is the daughter of the jeweler, to take him to the jewel shop to inspect it, but the diamond is disappeared and Tiny is suddenly finding himself the scapegoat. But Biggie convinces that it is the owner who pulls the job to cheat the insurance company. Tina later finds out she is not the jeweler's daughter. Biggie then makes proposal to Tiny to steal the diamond back and split the reward put up by the insurance company. The jeweler is caught while Biggie gets the credit and Tiny gets the million dollar reward. In addition, he gets Tina who has love with him. (Joy Sales)

The Kidnapping

The Kidnapping 1976

Inspired by the famous Patty Hearst case, this thriller centers around a young woman who's kidnapped and brainwashed by a crime ring and ends up succumbing to Stockholm Syndrome.

The Pledge

The Pledge 1972

When Omuro Yahachi of the Omuro family is selected as Mutsumikai Soke's successor, the conflict between the Kitakyushu and Wakamatsu begins.

O-Ring

O-Ring

After hitting a man with his car in the middle of a snow-covered countryside, a young actor has to improvise to escape from punishment.

Delinquent Boss: Instant Fortune

Delinquent Boss: Instant Fortune 1970

This is the seventh film in the series. There were seventeen Wolves of the City films between 1968 & 1974, in the main aimed at shock-value & “pinku” soft-core with sex, nudity, violence, gunplay, & a lot of mainly pointless foolishness when the biker gang coopts racist or nazi imagery, inventing a non-existent youth culture void of morality…

Killing Does Not Pay

Killing Does Not Pay 1979

Brilliant crime thriller from prolific director Hwa Yi Hung . A young Taipei hair stylist disappears, a short while after a black box containing a dead body is found, the body is hers and now the hunt is on to find the killer. By far this isn’t an ordinary case.

Tell Gordon Hello

Tell Gordon Hello

Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met Paul Louis Harrell while directing another short film. Rodner soon discovered that Harrell had a pastime of playing the Joker on Hollywood Blvd for tips which was the catalyst that put the wheels into motion for Tell Gordon Hello. - Written by Morgan Rodner