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  • Wu Kong (2017) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Shawn Yue (Actor) | Eddie Peng (Actor) | Zheng Shuang (Actor) | Ni Ni (Actor)
    Eddie Peng steps into the iconic role of the Monkey King Sun Wukong in the blockbuster fantasy epic Wu Kong, directed by Derek Kwok (Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons). Rather than another retelling of Journey to the West, the action-adventure is actually adapted from Jin Hezai's popular internet novel that reimagines the hot-blooded origin story of Sun Wukong, five hundred years before he raised havoc in heaven. Back then, Wukong was not yet the Monkey King, and Shawn Yue's Erlang was not yet the greatest warrior of heaven. Also co-starring Ni Ni (The Flower of War), Oho Ou (The Founding of an Army), Zheng Shuang (Love 020) and Faye Yu (The Crossing), Wu Kong brings a spectacular new spin, tone and look to the familiar yet different story of the Monkey King in his younger days.

    Three hundred years ago, celestial forces destroyed Wukong's (Eddie Peng) peaceful home in Mount Huaguo in order to root out the evil that supposedly resides in the mountains and within him. He vowed revenge, and after centuries of training, he finally enters the pearly gates of the heavenly kingdom as a pupil. In heaven, Wukong meets the willful and lovable Azi (Ni Ni), the daughter of heaven's ruler Tianzun (Faye Yu), as well as his destined rival, Azi's solemn childhood friend Erlang (Shawn Yue). Reckless and defiant, Wukong readily breaks rules and picks fights, putting him at odds with both Erlang and Tianzun's right-hand man, Tianpeng (Oho Ou). After a fierce confrontation, Wukong, Azi, Erlang and Tian Peng all fall from heaven into the cursed wasteland of Huaguo. Their magical powers gone in the mortal realm, the four are suddenly forced to work together to defend Huaguo's villagers from the dark forces that terrorize the mountain.

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  • The Adventurers (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Shu Qi (Actor) | Andy Lau (Actor, Producer) | Jean Reno (Actor) | Zhang Jing Chu (Actor)
    Andy Lau teams up with French legend Jean Reno in the globe-hopping action-adventure The Adventurers! Directed by Stephen Fung (Tai Chi 0), the slick heist film stars the ever charismatic Andy Lau as a legendary thief trying to pull off one last job, while Jean Reno is the detective on his tail. Also co-starring Shu Qi, Zhang Jingchu, Yo Yang and Eric Tsang, The Adventurers delivers genre entertainment with complex heist set-ups and action sequences in glitzy locales.

    After getting betrayed by an insider, storied thief Dan (Andy Lau) was caught and sent to prison. Five years later, he saunters out of jail and promptly meets up with his hacker sidekick Po (Yo Yang) and new partner Red (Shu Qi) for another heist. The three con their way into a charity auction at Cannes and make off with a valuable jewelry piece, much to the consternation of dogged French inspector Pierre (Jean Reno) who has chased Dan for years. At the behest of his longtime mentor (Eric Tsang), Dan agrees to steal the final piece of a priceless trio of jewelry from an eccentric tycoon in Prague. Meanwhile, Pierre recruits Dan's aggrieved ex-fiancee Amber (Zhang Jingchu) to help track down Dan.

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  • The House That Never Dies II (2017) (Blu-ray) (English Subtitled) (Hong Kong Version) Blu-ray Region A Julian Cheung (Actor) | Gillian Chung (Actor) | Mei Ting (Actor) | Vivian Woo (Actor)
    Return to the famous haunted house at No. 81 Chaonei in The House That Never Dies II, the unrelated sequel to the 2014 blockbuster that broke Chinese box office records for horror films. Producer Gordon Chan and Zombie Fight Club director Joe Chien take over at the helm of the horror thriller inspired by stories surrounding a notorious mansion that housed an ill-fated warlord's family during the Republican era. Julian Cheung (S Storm), Gillian Chung (The Wasted Times) and Mei Ting (Blind Massage) take dual roles in a bone-chilling story connecting the past and present of The House That Never Dies.

    Amid the chaos of the late Republican period, marshal Zhang Jinsheng (Julian Cheung) is forced to marry Ji Jincui (Gillian Chung), the daughter of a mutinous warlord (Jack Kao). Soon, strange things start happening at 81 Chaonei, and baby corpses appear around the city. As panic spreads, fingers point to Ji's original wife Niu Menghe (Mei Ting) as the culprit behind the baby corpse cases. Niu mysteriously disappears and the residents of 81 Chaonei die overnight, leaving behind a dilapidated ghost house. A century later, restorer Song Teng (Julian Cheung) digs up a large number of baby skeletons and cursed talismans while doing renovation work at 81 Chaonei. The past begins to haunt the present as Song, his wife He Fei (Mei Ting) and colleague Lin Yao (Gillian Chung) encounter increasingly strange events in the house.

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