Three estranged brothers receive a mysterious letter from their late father inviting them to collect a large inheritance from an Aztec pyramid in far away Boca Nueva. Realizing that they each have a stake in their father’s fortune, the brothers become murderously competitive.
A lousy pickpocket is sent into a recurring time-loop until he succeeds in carrying out a burglary.
Third Movie of the Yakuza Deka Collection
Two groups of knife-wielding and kicking women in bikinis join forces to kill a gang boss responsible for killing their fathers. But they're not very effective. After three attacks on the culprit, the worst damage he suffered was having his ankle run over by a motorbike. Closer co-operation with a casino boss may help.
Buksi, the smuggler meet with Peter, the intellectual, who has been thought about the perfect crime, without any trace for such a long time. The smuggler forced Peter to work together: Peter's going to plan the action and Buksi's buddies implement it. No clues.
A young girl finds scattered envelops in a field, then a postman's satchel, then a hanged man. Jump 20 years: the girl, now grown, lives with her aunt and has a job with the post office only because her dead uncle was a respected party leader. She's subbing at a small station when a robber strikes. He takes the loose cash; after he leaves, she finds lots more money in a metal box. She takes it. Suspicious police assign Ivan, who's from the council, to follow her. He does, trying to seduce her nightly during his surveillance. She sees the thief again by accident and makes contact.
Based on Kazuo Taoka's autobiography, this film follows a Kobe gangster as he builds the small Yamaguchi-gumi into Japan's largest criminal clan.
The Shinobi-no-Mono series was so successful that Daiei Studios dipped into the well one more time, making the best 60′s B&W ninja movie ever seen in the otherwise color-dominated year of 1970. Issei Mori directs Hiroki Matsukata as the reluctant leader of a small band of spies charged with kidnapping a noblewoman from a heavily ninja-proofed castle. The finality of the air slowly began to fill like smoke, and in all that had become dark the loyalty of the Ninja who dared to go shone like light as they entered a world shrouded in mystery. Things do not go as planned in what is possibly the darkest and most fatalistic of the already noir-ish 60′s fare. Both the decade and it’s distinctive style of shinobi cinema went out on a high note with Mission Iron Castle.
Tong catches Chiu attempting to rape his wife May (Amy Yip). They scuffle and Tong shoots Chiu dead with Chiu's gun. They flee but Tong is killed in a shootout with police. May begs an officer to take her child, since if he is repatriated he'll have a horrible life. So, the infant son ends up in Hong Kong separated from his mother. Six years pass and May is a hotel maid then gets forced into prostitution. She longs to see her son, who is now a young boy, maybe to fully reunite with him. The problem with this film is it becomes so sleazy. There is nudity (not Ms. Yip), violence and forcible rape.
The story concerns with Danny Lee's character as a manager of one of Macau's casinos battling it out on the card table to settle a gambling score with a Japanese gambler played by Chen Ping. He enlists the help of Tsung Wa's character and the battle of wits escalates.
Someone's bumping off the Mafia bosses of Salerno and it's down to the newly elected leader to figure out who - and rescue his son in the process.
The plot is currently unknown.
A big-city lawyer (Jennifer O'Neill) returns to her small hometown after her father's death to resume his practice. There she is called upon to defend a migrant worker who has been accused of murder.
A small group of people from the Chinese Mainland escape into Hong Kong and get involved in robbery, prostitution and murder.
The notorious bandit, Shi Wen Lung breaks out of a California jail and flees back to China to carry on his life of crime. Eventually the Country sheriff catches up with him looking for the bounty on his head.
A young filmmaker becomes involved with a gangster in Berlin. Based on the Ulf Miehe novel Ich hab' noch einen Toten in Berlin.
A young boy befriends a man he meets while fishing, not knowing that the man is an escaped killer on the run from the law.